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1987), and bovine heart SDH (Yao et. , 1981) and P. , 1973). , 1982). Conserved cysteinyls of cluster I are typical for a plant-type Fd with the one exception of E. coli SDH. There are 11 conserved cysteine residues (10 in E. coli SDH) in the Ip subunits. In the Fp subunit, about the same number of cysteinyls are present, but all are scattered with no apparent clustered cysteinyl distributions and only 1 cysteinyl which is conserved in E. coli FRD and SDH. This cysteinyl was found not to be conserved in the Fp subunit of B.
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