Succinate Dehydrogenase

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Succinate dehydrogenase containing flavoprotein subunit (Sdha) (grey), iron-sulfur subunit (Sdhb) (green), cytochrome B560 subunit (Sdhc) (pink) and cytochrome B small subunit (Sdhd) (yellow), FAD, Fe2S2, Fe4S4 and Fe3S4 complex with protoporphyrin, malonate, benzamide derivative and α-phosphatidyl-β-oleoyl-γ-palmitoyl-phosphatidylethanolamine, 3ae1

3D structures of succinate dehydrogenase

Updated on 07-November-2019

References

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