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Arnold ProteinAnimation 13sec

The structure of cytochrome c protein from Rhodothermus marinus showing iron (red) bound near the center. Researchers mutated amino acids in the region colored pink to improve the carbon–silicon bond forming ability of the protein.

Topics:
  • Rhodothermus marinus
  • organosilicon compounds
  • cytochromes
  • cytochrome c
  • proteins
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