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Electron Transport In The Dissimilatory Iron Reducer, GS-15.

Y. Gorby, D. Lovley
Published 1991 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Mechanisms for electron transport to Fe(III) were investigated in GS-15, a novel anaerobic microorganism which can obtain energy for growth by coupling the complete oxidation of organic acids or aromatic compounds to the reduction of Fe(III) to Fe(II). The results indicate that Fe(III) reduction proceeds through a type b cytochrome and a membrane-bound Fe(III) reductase which is distinct from the nitrate reductase.
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