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Cytoplasmic hydrogenase

Official Full Name
Cytoplasmic hydrogenase
Background
The [NiFe] hydrogenases contain a minimum of two subunits known as the small (S) and large (L) subunits. The small subunit contains three iron-sulfur clusters while the large subunit contains the active site, a nickel-iron center which is connected to the solvent by a molecular tunnel. To date, periplasmic, cytoplasmic, and membrane-bound hydrogenases have been found. [NiFe] hydrogenases are known to be deactivated by molecular oxygen (O2). The [NiFe] hydrogenase of Pyrococcus furiosus is heterotetrameric wherein the additional two subunits allow the enzyme to use NAD(P)(H) as an electron carrier.
Synonyms
Cytoplasmic [NiFe]-Hydrogenase; OE-SHI; Cytoplasmic Hydrogenase; NiFe-type cytoplasmic hydrogenase; SHI; [NiFe] hydrogenase; NADP-specific NiFe-type cytoplasmic hydrogenase

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CatalogNATE-1691
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