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the genes for the enzymes chlorate reductase (clrABDC) and chlorite dismutase, necessary for chlorate metabolism and probably acquired by lateral gene transfer, are located in a gene cluster that also includes other genes potentially important for chlorate metabolism. Among those are a gene for cytochrome c (cyc) whose gene product may serve as an electron carrier during chlorate reduction, a cofactor biosynthesis gene (mobB) and a predicted transcriptional regulator (arsR)
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a soluble periplasmic c-type cytochrome from Ideonella dechloratans donates electrons to Clr in vitro
physiological function
the reduction of chlorate is one alternative to derive energy in an anoxic environment
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the reduction of chlorate is one alternative to derive energy in an anoxic environment. Perchlorate reductases are periplasmic heterodimers of PcrA and PcrB, carrying a Mo-bis (pyranopterin guanine dinucleotide) cofactor and iron-sulfur clusters. Electrons are transferred from a membrane-associated, proton pumping c cytochrome of the NapC/NrfH family to PcrA. PcrC, a soluble multiheme c cytochrome, is predicted to participate in electron transport reactions
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the reduction of chlorate is one alternative to derive energy in an anoxic environment; the reduction of chlorate is one alternative to derive energy in an anoxic environment.Perchlorate reductases are periplasmic heterodimers of PcrA and PcrB, carrying a Mo-bis (pyranopterin guanine dinucleotide) cofactor and iron-sulfur clusters. Electrons are transferred from a membrane-associated, proton pumping c cytochrome of the NapC/NrfH family to PcrA. PcrC, a soluble multiheme c cytochrome, is predicted to participate in electron transport reactions
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