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  1. The Escherichia coli MFS-type transporter genes yhjE, ydiM, and yfcJ are required to produce an active bo3 quinol oxidase
  2. First bacterial copper importer prototype
  3. Uncovering the Transmembrane Metal Binding Site of the Novel Bacterial Major Facilitator Superfamily-Type Copper Importer CcoA
  4. Cytochrome c biogenesis System I: An intricate process catalyzed by a maturase supercomplex?
  5. Intracytoplasmic Copper Homeostasis Controls Cytochrome c Oxidase Production
  6. Molecular mechanisms of superoxide production by complex III: A bacterial versus human mitochondrial comparative case study
  7. A Robust Genetic System for Producing Heterodimeric Native and Mutant Cytochrome bc1
  8. Intermonomer Electron Transfer between the b Hemes of Heterodimeric Cytochrome bc1
  9. Missense Mutations in CytochromecMaturation Genes Provide New Insights into Rhodobacter capsulatus cbb3-Type CytochromecOxidase Biogenesis
  10. The ScoI homologue SenC is a copper binding protein that interacts directly with the cbb3-type cytochrome oxidase in Rhodobacter capsulatus
  11. Biogenesis of cytochrome cbb3 Oxidase: Analysis of the copper delivery pathway
  12. Engineering a prokaryotic apocytochrome c as an efficient substrate for Saccharomyces cerevisiae cytochrome c heme lyase
  13. Biogenesis of cbb3-type cytochrome c oxidase in Rhodobacter capsulatus
  14. Proton input channel of cytochrome cbb3 type oxidase in Rhodobacter capsulatus
  15. Recent advances in cytochrome bc1: Inter monomer electronic communication?
  16. Zinc Inhibition of Bacterial Cytochrome bc1 Reveals the Role of Cytochrome b E295 in Proton Release at the Qo Site
  17. Structural characterization of the polar lipids of Clostridium novyi NT. Further evidence for a novel anaerobic biosynthetic pathway to plasmalogens
  18. Blood cells from Friedreich ataxia patients harbor frataxin deficiency without a loss of mitochondrial function
  19. Intermonomer Electron Transfer between the Low-Potential b Hemes of Cytochrome bc1
  20. The role of SenC in assembly of the cytochrome cbb3 oxidase in Rhodobacter capsulatus
  21. The Zn2+ inhibitive effects on the cytochrome bc1 complex from Rhodobacter capsulatus as revealed by the FTIR difference spectroscopy
  22. Cytochrome c biogenesis: the Ccm system
  23. Ascochlorin is a novel, specific inhibitor of the mitochondrial cytochrome bc1 complex
  24. A Glimpse into the Proteome of Phototrophic Bacterium Rhodobacter capsulatus
  25. Across Membrane Communication between the Qo and Qi Active Sites of Cytochrome bc1
  26. The Purple Phototrophic Bacteria
  27. Structural and Mutational Studies of the Cytochrome bc 1 Complex
  28. Biogenesis of c-type Cytochromes and Cytochrome Complexes
  29. The role of molecular modeling in the design of analogues of the fungicidal natural products crocacins A and D
  30. Compensatory thio–redox interactions between DsbA, CcdA and CcmG unveil the apocytochrome c holdase role of CcmG during cytochrome c maturation
  31. X-Ray Absorption Studies of Zn2+ Binding Sites in Bacterial, Avian, and Bovine Cytochrome bc1 Complexes
  32. Ornithine lipid is required for optimal steady‐state amounts of c‐type cytochromes in Rhodobacter capsulatus
  33. A functional hybrid between the cytochrome bc1 complex and its physiological membrane-anchored electron acceptor cytochrome cy in Rhodobacter capsulatus
  34. Extracytoplasmic prosthetic group ligation to apoproteins: maturation of c‐type cytochromes
  35. Multi-step Assembly Pathway of the cbb3-type Cytochrome c Oxidase Complex
  36. Tellurite effects on Rhodobacter capsulatus cell viability and superoxide dismutase activity under oxidative stress conditions
  37. Reversible redox energy coupling in electron transfer chains
  38. The Raised Midpoint Potential of the [2Fe2S] Cluster of Cytochromebc1Is Mediated by Both the QoSite Occupants and the Head Domain Position of the Fe−S Protein Subunit
  39. The Cytochrome bc1Complex and its Homologue the b6f Complex: Similarities and Differences
  40. X-Ray Structure of Rhodobacter Capsulatus Cytochrome bc1: Comparison with its Mitochondrial and Chloroplast Counterparts
  41. Role of Acidic and Aromatic Amino Acids in Rhodobacter Capsulatus Cytochrome c1. A Site-Directed Mutagenesis Study
  42. Membrane targeting of a folded and cofactor‐containing protein
  43. Protein−Protein Interactions between Cytochrome b and the Fe-S Protein Subunits during QH2 Oxidation and Large-Scale Domain Movement in the bc1 Complex
  44. Spectroscopic and oxidation–reduction properties of Rhodobacter capsulatus cytochrome c1 and its M183K and M183H variants
  45. Overexpression of ccl1−2 can bypass the need for the putative apocytochrome chaperone CycH during the biogenesis of c‐type cytochromes
  46. Controlling the Functionality of Cytochrome c1 Redox Potentials in the Rhodobacter capsulatus bc1 Complex through Disulfide Anchoring of a Loop and a β-Branched Amino Acid near the Heme-Ligating Methionine
  47. Large scale domain movement in cytochrome bc1: a new device for electron transfer in proteins
  48. The RegB/RegA two-component regulatory system controls synthesis of photosynthesis and respiratory electron transfer components in Rhodobacter capsulatus
  49. Proteolytic Cleavage of the Fe−S Subunit Hinge Region of Rhodobacter capsulatus bc1 Complex:  Effects of Inhibitors and Mutations
  50. Probing the Role of the Fe−S Subunit Hinge Region during Qo Site Catalysis in Rhodobacter capsulatus bc1 Complex
  51. Electron-transfer supercomplexes in photosynthesis and respiration
  52. Coenzyme Q Oxidation Reduction Reactions in Mitochondrial Electron Transport
  53. Roles of the ccoGHIS gene products in the biogenesis of the cbb3-type cytochrome c oxidase
  54. Novel Rhodobacter capsulatus genes required for the biogenesis of various c‐type cytochromes
  55. Effect of Inhibitors on the Ubiquinone Binding Capacity of the Primary Energy Conversion Site in the Rhodobacter capsulatus Cytochrome bc1 Complex
  56. Resistance mutations reveal the atovaquone‐binding domain of cytochrome b in malaria parasites
  57. Substitution of the Sixth Axial Ligand of Rhodobacter capsulatus Cytochrome c1 Heme Yields Novel Cytochrome c1 Variants with Unusual Properties
  58. Membrane-Associated C-Type Cytochromes of Rhodobacter Capsulatus Involved in Photosynthesis and Respiration
  59. Correlation Between Cytochrome bc 1 Structure and Function
  60. Isolation and Characterization of a Two-Subunit Cytochrome b−c1 Subcomplex from Rhodobacter capsulatus and Reconstitution of Its Ubihydroquinone Oxidation (Qo) Site with Purified Fe-S Protein Subunit
  61. Non‐inhibiting perturbation of the primary energy conversion site (Qo site) in Rhodobacter capsulatus ubihydroquinone:cytochrome c oxidoreductase (cytochrome bc1 complex)
  62. Interactions between the Cytochrome b, Cytochrome c1, and Fe−S Protein Subunits at the Ubihydroquinone Oxidation Site of the bc1 Complex of Rhodobacter capsulatus
  63. Membrane-Anchored Cytochrome cy Mediated Microsecond Time Range Electron Transfer from the Cytochrome bc1 Complex to the Reaction Center in Rhodobacter capsulatus
  64. [6] Using Genetics to Explore Cytochrome Function and Structure in Rhodobacter
  65. The Amino-Terminal Portion of the Rieske Iron-Sulfur Protein Contributes to the Ubihydroquinone Oxidation Site Catalysis of the Rhodobacter capsulatus bc1 Complex
  66. Conserved Nonliganding Residues of theRhodobacter capsulatusRieske Iron-Sulfur Protein of thebc1Complex Are Essential for Protein Structure, Properties of the [2Fe-2S] Cluster, and Communication with the Quinone Pool
  67. Substitutions at position 146 of cytochrome b affect drastically the properties of heme bL and the Qo site of Rhodobacter capsulatus cytochrome bc1 complex
  68. A compilation of mutations located in the cytochrome b subunit of the bacterial and mitochondrial bc1 complex
  69. Axial heme ligation in the cytochrome bc1 complexes of mitochondrial and photosynthetic membranes. A near-infrared magnetic circular dichroism and electron paramagnetic resonance study
  70. The membrane-bound cytochrome cy of Rhodobacter capsulatus can serve as an electron donor to the photosynthetic reaction center of Rhodobacter sphaeroides
  71. Ion Pair Formation between Basic Residues at 144 of the Cyt b Polypeptide and the Ubiquinones at the Qo Site of the Cyt bc1 Complex
  72. Tyrosine 147 of cytochrome b is required for efficient electron transfer at the ubihydroquinone oxidase site (Qo) of the cytochrome bc1 complex
  73. Ubiquinone Pair in the Qo Site Central to the Primary Energy Conversion Reactions of Cytochrome bc1 Complex
  74. The cbb3-Type Cytochrome c Oxidase from Rhodobacter capsulatus Contains a Unique Active Site
  75. Biogenesis of Cytochrome Complexes in Rhodobacter capsulatus
  76. Biochemical and Genetic Analysis of the Cytochrome cy of Rhodobacter Capsulatus
  77. Qo Site Mutants of the Cytochrome bc 1 Complex of Rhodobacter capsulatus
  78. Conserved Non Liganding Residues of Rhodobacter (R.) Capsulatus ‘Rieske’ Protein are Essential for [2Fe-2S] Cluster Properties and Communication with the Quinone Pool
  79. Rhodobacter capsulatus Contains a Novel cb-Type Cytochrome c Oxidase without a CuA Center
  80. Roles of the Soluble Cytochrome c2 and Membrane-Associated Cytochrome cy of Rhodobacter capsulatus in Photosynthetic Electron Transfer
  81. Requirement of histidine 217 for ubiquinone reductase activity (Qi site) in the cytochrome bc1 complex
  82. The role of c-type cytochromes in catalyzing oxidative and photosynthetic electron transport in the dual functional plasmamembrane of facultative phototrophs
  83. Roles in inhibitor recognition and quinol oxidation of the amino acid side chains at positions of cytb providing resistance to Qo‐inhibitors of the bc1 complex from Rhodobacter capsulatus
  84. Thebc 1 complexes ofRhodobacter sphaeroides andRhodobacter capsulatus
  85. Hydroubiquinone-cytochrome c2 oxidoreductase from Rhodobacter capsulatus: Definition of a minimal, functional isolated preparation
  86. Mutagenesis of methionine-183 drastically affects the physicochemical properties of cytochrome c1 of the bc1 complex of Rhodobacter capsulatus
  87. petR, located upstream of the fbcFBC operon encoding the cytochrome bc1 complex, is homologous to bacterial response regulators and necessary for photosynthetic and respiratory growth of Rhodobacter capsulatus
  88. Characterization of the pet operon of Rhodospirillum rubrum
  89. Potential ligands to the [2Fe-2S] Rieske cluster of the cytochrome bc1 complex of Rhodobacter capsulatus probed by site-directed mutagenesis
  90. Rhodobacter capsulatus mutants lacking the Rieske iron sulfur protein form a stable cytochrome bc1 subcomplex with an intact quinone reduction site
  91. The role of the membrane bound cytochromes of b- and c-type in the electron transport chain of Rhodobacter capsulatus
  92. Cytochrome bc1 complex [2Fe-2S] cluster and its interaction with ubiquinone and ubihydroquinone at the Qo site: a double-occupancy Qo site model
  93. Cytochrome c2 mutants of Rhodobacter capsulatus
  94. Q-band ENDOR spectra of the Rieske protein from Rhodobacter capsulatus ubiquinol-cytochrome c oxidoreductase show two histidines coordinated to the iron-sulfur [2Fe-2S] cluster
  95. Importance of a conserved hydrogen-bonding network in cytochromes c to their redox potentials and stabilities
  96. Mutants of ubiquinol-cytochrome c2 oxidoreductase resistant to Qo site inhibitors: consequences for ubiquinone and ubiquinol affinity and catalysis
  97. Molecular Basis of Resistance to Inhibitors of the cyt BC1 Complex in Photosynthetic Bacteria
  98. Genetics of Cytochromes C2 and BC1 Complex of Photosynthetic Bacteria
  99. Physiological electron donors to the photochemical reaction center of Rhodobacter capsulatus
  100. Microbial Energy Transduction. Genetics, Structure, and Function of Membrane Proteins. Douglas C. Youvan Fevzi Daldal
  101. Primary structure of the bc1 complex of Rhodopseudomonas capsulata
  102. Crystallization and preliminary analysis of crystals of cytochrome c2 from Rhodopseudomonas capsulata
  103. Isolation of the structural genes for the Rieske FeS protein, cytochrome b and cytochrome c1 all components of the ubiquinol: Cytochrome c2 oxidoreductase complex of Rhodopseudomonas capsulata
  104. fbc Operon, encoding the Rieske FeS protein cytochrome b, and cytochrome c1 apoproteins previously described from Rhodopseudomonas sphaeroides, is from Rhodopseudomonas capsulata
  105. Rhodobacter capsulatus MT113: A single mutation results in the absence of c-type cytochromes and in the absence of the cytochrome bc1 complex
  106. Molecular Genetics of the Ubiquinol: Cytochrome C 2 Oxidoreductase of Rhodopseudomonas Capsulata
  107. Molecular Genetic Approaches to Studying the Structure and Function of the Cytochrome c 2 and the Cytochrome bc 1 Complex from Rhodobacter Capsulatus
  108. Photosynthetic electron transfer in the absence of cytochrome c2 in Rhodopseudomonas capsulata: cytochrome c2 is not essential for electron flow from the cytochrome bc1 complex to the photochemical reaction center
  109. Cloning and expression of Clostridium pasteurianum galactokinase gene in Escherichia coli K-12 and nucleotide sequence analysis of a region affecting the amount of the enzyme
  110. Isolation of mutants of Clostridium pasteurianum
  111. Nucleotide sequence of gene pfkB encoding the minor phosphofructokinase of Escherichia coli K-12
  112. Molecular cloning of the gene for phosphofructokinase-2 of Escherichia coli and the nature of a mutation, pfkB1, causing a high level of the enzyme
  113. An Alteration in Phosphofructokinase 2 of Escherichia coli which Impairs Gluconeogenic Growth and Improves Growth on Sugars
  114. Mutational Studies of the Cytochrome bc1 Complexes
  115. Membrane-anchored cytochrome c as an electron carrier in photosynthesis and respiration: past, present and future of an unexpected discovery