Attention is drawn to a mechanism of redox control of gene expression involving Fe-S proteins which depends on the disassembly and reassembly of Fe-S clusters rather than a change in oxidation state. Iron Regulatory Protein (IRP)/ aconitase and FNR are discussed as examples for such a mechanism.
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