volume 79, issue 7, P1125-1129 2015
DOI: 10.1080/09168451.2015.1015956
View full text
|
|
Share
Yuki Kato, Sotaro Fujii, Taka-aki Kuribayashi, Misa Masanari, Yoshihiro Sambongi

Abstract: Cytochrome c' (SACP) from mesophilic Shewanella amazonensis, growing optimally at 37 °C, was thermally more stable than cytochrome c' (AVCP) from mesophilic Allochromatium vinosum, growing optimally at 25 °C. In contrast, SACP was less stable than cytochrome c' (PHCP) from thermophilic Hydrogenophilus thermoluteolus, growing optimally at 52 °C. Although only 28% of the SACP amino acid sequence was identical to those of AVCP and PHCP, the latter two being 55% identical, the overall main chain structures of the …

expand abstract