amicyanin

A specific protein that plays a role in electron transfer, containing a copper atom.

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  • Amicyanin — is a type I copper protein that plays an integral role in electron transfer. In bacteria such as Paracoccus denitrificans amicyanin is part of a three member redox complex along with methylamine dehydrogenase (MADH) and cytochrome c 551i.… …   Wikipedia

  • Copper proteins — are proteins that contain one or more copper ions as prosthetic groups. The metal centres in the copper proteins can be classified into several types:[1] Type I copper centres (T1Cu) are characterized by a single copper atom coordinated by two… …   Wikipedia

  • Amine dehydrogenase — (EC 1.4.99.3), also known as methylamine dehydrogenase (MADH), is a tryptophan tryptophylquinone dependent (TTQ dependent) enzyme that catalyzes the oxidative deamination of a primary amine to an aldehyde and ammonia. The reaction occurs as… …   Wikipedia

  • Tryptophan tryptophylquinone — Chembox new ImageFile=tryptophan tryptophylquinone.png ImageSize=200px IUPACName=2 amino 3 [2 [2 amino 3 (2 carboxyethyl) 6,7 dioxo 1H indol 4 yl] 1H indol 3 yl] propanoic acid OtherNames= Section1= Chembox Identifiers CASNo=134645 25 3… …   Wikipedia

  • Plastocyanin family of copper binding proteins — Pfam box Symbol = Copper bind Name = Copper binding proteins, plastocyanin/azurin family width = caption = Pfam= PF00127 InterPro= IPR000923 SMART= PROSITE = PDOC00174 SCOP = 1plc TCDB = OPM family= 101 OPM protein= 1sfd PDB=PDB3|1id2C:44 132… …   Wikipedia

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