The structural genes for nitric oxide reductase from Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

  • Arai H
  • Igarashi Y
  • Kodama T
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Abstract

The genes for nitric oxide reductase (norCB) from Pseudomonas aeruginosa were identified and sequenced. They are located about 2 kb upstream of nirS, the structural gene for nitrite reductase. norC and norB encode cytochrome c (16 kDa) and cytochrome b (52 kDa) subunits of the enzyme, respectively. norCB is immediately followed by an open reading frame encoding a protein of 612 residues.

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  • 7
  • 99
  • aeruginosa
  • catalyzes the third reaction
  • cytochrome bc
  • denitrification
  • denitrification is a sequential
  • ec 1
  • four reactions to reduce
  • gas
  • nitrate ion to dinitrogen
  • nitric
  • nitric oxide reductase
  • oxide reductase
  • p
  • pathway consisting of

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  • Hiroyuki Arai

  • Yasuo Igarashi

  • T Kodama

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