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|Title:||Biophysical Investigation of Bacterial Aromatic Extradiol Dioxygenases Involved In Biodegradation Processes||Authors:||I., Bertini
H. F., Nolting
|Keywords:||extradiol dioxygenase; mechanism; iron||Issue Date:||1995||Project:||None||Journal:||COORDINATION CHEMISTRY REVIEWS||Abstract:||
The current knowledge of the structure-function relationships in bacterial aromatic extradiol cleavage dioxygenases involved in biodegradation processes are reviewed. The active metal ion coordination is discussed on the basis of the biophysical studies performed to date. Comparison between extradiol and intradiol cleaving dioxygenases allows us to discuss the differences in the active site structure and catalytic mechanism between the two classes of aromatic ring cleavage dioxygenases.
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