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Structural characteristics of channels and pathways in photosystem II including the identification of an oxygen channel

Journal of Structural Biology

Mar 21, 2007

James William Murray, James Barber

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Here we use crystal structures to investigate and review channels and pathways for the transfer of substrates (water, plastoquinone (PQ)) and products (electrons, protons, oxygen, reduced PQ (PQH(2))) to, and from, the redox active catalytic sites of photosystem II (PSII). A putative ox...read more

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Structural characteristics of channels and pathways in photosystem II including the identification of an oxygen channel

Journal of Structural Biology

Mar 21, 2007

James William Murray, James Barber

PMID: 17369049

DOI: 10.1016/j.jsb.2007.01.016

Abstract

Here we use crystal structures to investigate and review channels and pathways for the transfer of substrates (water, plastoquinone (PQ)) and products (electrons, protons, oxygen, reduced PQ (PQH(2))) to, and from, the redox active catalytic sites of photosystem II (PSII). A putative ox...read more

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Plastoquinol
Biochemical Pathway
Cytochrome C Oxidase
Crystal - Body Material
Benzoquinone
Dioxygen
Carotene Measurement
Fast Electrons
Idia
Entire Lumen of Body System

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