EzCatDB: T00030

DB codeT00030
RLCP classification10.22023.100.10525
10.23022.100.10580
10.22140.100.10551
CATH domainDomain 11.10.645.10Catalytic domain
Domain 23.40.50.700Catalytic domain
Domain 34.10.480.10Catalytic domain
E.C.1.12.2.1
CSA1h2r
MACiEM0126

CATH domainRelated DB codes (homologues)
1.10.645.10T00238
3.40.50.700T00238
4.10.480.10T00238

Enzyme Name
Swiss-protKEGG

P18188P12944P21852P18187P12943P21853
Protein namePeriplasmic [NiFe] hydrogenase large subunitPeriplasmic [NiFe] hydrogenase large subunitPeriplasmic [NiFe] hydrogenase large subunitPeriplasmic [NiFe] hydrogenase small subunitPeriplasmic [NiFe] hydrogenase small subunitPeriplasmic [NiFe] hydrogenase small subunitcytochrome-c3 hydrogenase
H2:ferricytochrome c3 oxidoreductase
cytochrome c3 reductase
cytochrome hydrogenase
hydrogenase [ambiguous]
SynonymsEC 1.12.2.1
NiFe hydrogenlyase large chain
EC 1.12.2.1
NiFe hydrogenlyase large chain
EC 1.12.2.1
NiFe hydrogenlyase large chain
EC 1.12.2.1
NiFe hydrogenlyase small chain
EC 1.12.2.1
NiFe hydrogenlyase small chain
EC 1.12.2.1
NiFe hydrogenlyase small chain


Swiss-prot:Accession NumberP18188P12944P21852P18187P12943P21853
Entry namePHNL_DESFRPHNL_DESGIPHNL_DESVMPHNS_DESFRPHNS_DESGIPHNS_DESVM
Activity2 H(2) + ferricytochrome c3 = 4 H(+) + ferrocytochrome c3.2 H(2) + ferricytochrome c3 = 4 H(+) + ferrocytochrome c3.2 H(2) + ferricytochrome c3 = 4 H(+) + ferrocytochrome c3.2 H(2) + ferricytochrome c3 = 4 H(+) + ferrocytochrome c3.2 H(2) + ferricytochrome c3 = 4 H(+) + ferrocytochrome c3.2 H(2) + ferricytochrome c3 = 4 H(+) + ferrocytochrome c3.
SubunitHeterodimer of a large and a small subunit.Heterodimer of a large and a small subunit.Heterodimer of a large and a small subunit.Heterodimer of a large and a small subunit.Heterodimer of a large and a small subunit.Heterodimer of a large and a small subunit.
Subcellular locationPeriplasm.Periplasm.Periplasm.Periplasm.Periplasm.Periplasm.
CofactorBinds 1 nickel ion per subunit.Binds 1 nickel ion per subunit.Nickel.,Iron.Binds 2 4Fe-4S clusters.,Binds 1 3Fe-4S cluster.Binds 2 4Fe-4S clusters.,Binds 1 3Fe-4S cluster.Binds 2 4Fe-4S clusters.,Binds 1 3Fe-4S cluster.


CofactorsSubstratesProductsintermediates
KEGG-idL00024L00027L00028C00282C02682C00080C02684

Compound[4Fe-4S][3Fe-4S]Ni--Fe(CN)2(CO)H2ferricytochrome c3H+ferrocytochrome c3Transition-state Transition-state
Typeheavy metal,sulfide groupheavy metal,sulfide groupheavy metal,othersothersaromatic ring (with nitrogen atoms),carbohydrate,heavy metal,peptide/protein,sulfide groupothersaromatic ring (with nitrogen atoms),carbohydrate,heavy metal,peptide/protein,sulfide group

1frfLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:_NI-FeUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yqwQUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
UnboundTransition-state-bound:PER(Ni-SU status)
1yqwRUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
UnboundTransition-state-bound:PER(Ni-SU status)
1yqwSUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
UnboundTransition-state-bound:PER(Ni-SU status)
1yrqHUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqIUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqJUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqKUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqMUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqNUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1frvBUnboundUnboundAnalogue:_NI-FELUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1frvDUnboundUnboundAnalogue:_NI-FELUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yq9HUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
UnboundTransition-state-bound:PER(Ni-A status)
1yq9IUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
UnboundTransition-state-bound:PER(Ni-A status)
2frvBUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
Unbound
Transition-state-bound:__O(Ni-B state)
2frvDUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
Unbound
Transition-state-bound:__O(Ni-B state)
2frvFUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
Unbound
Transition-state-bound:__O(Ni-B state)
2frvHUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
Unbound
Transition-state-bound:__O(Ni-B state)
2frvJUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
Unbound
Transition-state-bound:__O(Ni-B state)
2frvLUnboundUnboundBound:_NI-FCOUnboundUnbound
Unbound
Transition-state-bound:__O(Ni-B state)
1h2aLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:NFEUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1h2rLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:NFEUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubhLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:FNE-CMOUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubjLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:FNE-CMOUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubkLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:FNE-CMOUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ublLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:FNE-CMOUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubmLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:FNEUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1uboLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:FNE-CMOUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubrLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:FNE-CMOUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubtLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:FNEUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubuLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:FNEUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1wuhLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:NFCUnboundUnbound
UnboundTransition-state-bound:NFC(Ni-A status)
1wuiLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:NFCUnboundUnbound
UnboundTransition-state-bound:NFC(Ni-A status)
1wujLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:NFOUnboundUnbound
Unbound
Transition-state-bound:NFO(Ni-B status)
1wukLUnboundUnboundAnalogue:NFOUnboundUnbound
Unbound
Transition-state-bound:NFO(oxidized status)
1wulLUnboundUnboundBound:NFRUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1frfS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yqwA01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yqwB01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yqwC01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqA01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqB01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqC01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqD01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqF01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqG01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1frvA01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1frvC01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yq9A01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yq9B01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

2frvA01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

2frvC01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

2frvE01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

2frvG01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

2frvI01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

2frvS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1h2aS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1h2rS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubhS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubjS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubkS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ublS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubmS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1uboS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubrS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubtS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubuS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1wuhS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1wuiS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1wujS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1wukS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1wulS01Bound:SF4UnboundUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1frfS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yqwA02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yqwB02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yqwC02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqA02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqB02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqC02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqD02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqF02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yrqG02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1frvA02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1frvC02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yq9A02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1yq9B02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

2frvA02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

2frvC02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

2frvE02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

2frvG02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

2frvI02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

2frvS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1h2aS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1h2rS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubhS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubjS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubkS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ublS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubmS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1uboS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubrS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubtS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1ubuS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1wuhS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1wuiS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1wujS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1wukS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound

1wulS02Bound:SF4Bound:F3SUnboundUnboundUnbound
Unbound


Active-site residues
resource
literature [31], [32], [35], [37], [39], [45], [47]
pdbCatalytic residuesCofactor-binding residuesMain-chain involved in catalysis
1frfLGLU 25;CYS 543
CYS 75;CYS 546(Fe and Nickel);CYS 72;CYS 543(Nickel)

1yqwQGLU 25;CYS 543
CYS 75;CYS 546(Fe and Nickel);CYS 72;CYS 543(Nickel)

1yqwRGLU 25;CYS 543
CYS 75;CYS 546(Fe and Nickel);CYS 72;CYS 543(Nickel)

1yqwSGLU 25;CYS 543
CYS 75;CYS 546(Fe and Nickel);CYS 72;CYS 543(Nickel)

1yrqHGLU 25;CYS 543
CYS 75;CYS 546(Fe and Nickel);CYS 72;CYS 543(Nickel)

1yrqIGLU 25;CYS 543
CYS 75;CYS 546(Fe and Nickel);CYS 72;CYS 543(Nickel)

1yrqJGLU 25;CYS 543
CYS 75;CYS 546(Fe and Nickel);CYS 72;CYS 543(Nickel)

1yrqKGLU 25;CYS 543
CYS 75;CYS 546(Fe and Nickel);CYS 72;CYS 543(Nickel)

1yrqMGLU 25;CYS 543
CYS 75;CYS 546(Fe and Nickel);CYS 72;CYS 543(Nickel)

1yrqNGLU 25;CYS 543
CYS 75;CYS 546(Fe and Nickel);CYS 72;CYS 543(Nickel)

1frvBGLU 18;CYS 530
CYS 68;CYS 533(Fe and Nickel);CYS 65;CYS 530(Nickel)

1frvDGLU 18;CYS 530
CYS 68;CYS 533(Fe and Nickel);CYS 65;CYS 530(Nickel)

1yq9HGLU 18;CYS 530
CYS 68;CYS 533(Fe and Nickel);CYS 65;CYS 530(Nickel)

1yq9IGLU 18;CYS 530
CYS 68;CYS 533(Fe and Nickel);CYS 65;CYS 530(Nickel)

2frvBGLU 18;CYS 530
CYS 68;CYS 533(Fe and Nickel);CYS 65;CYS 530(Nickel)

2frvDGLU 18;CYS 530
CYS 68;CYS 533(Fe and Nickel);CYS 65;CYS 530(Nickel)

2frvFGLU 18;CYS 530
CYS 68;CYS 533(Fe and Nickel);CYS 65;CYS 530(Nickel)

2frvHGLU 18;CYS 530
CYS 68;CYS 533(Fe and Nickel);CYS 65;CYS 530(Nickel)

2frvJGLU 18;CYS 530
CYS 68;CYS 533(Fe and Nickel);CYS 65;CYS 530(Nickel)

2frvLGLU 18;CYS 530
CYS 68;CYS 533(Fe and Nickel);CYS 65;CYS 530(Nickel)

1h2aLGLU 34;CYS 546
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CYS 546(Nickel)

1h2rLGLU 34;CYS 546
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CYS 546(Nickel)

1ubhLGLU 34;CYS 546
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CYS 546(Nickel)

1ubjLGLU 34;CYS 546
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CYS 546(Nickel)

1ubkLGLU 34;CYS 546
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CYS 546(Nickel)

1ublLGLU 34;CYS 546
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CYS 546(Nickel)

1ubmLGLU 34;CYS 546
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CYS 546(Nickel)

1uboLGLU 34;CYS 546
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CYS 546(Nickel)

1ubrLGLU 34;CYS 546
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CYS 546(Nickel)

1ubtLGLU 34;CYS 546
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CYS 546(Nickel)

1ubuLGLU 34;CYS 546
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CYS 546(Nickel)

1wuhLGLU 34;       
CSO 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CSO 546(Nickel)
CSO 84;CSO 546
1wuiLGLU 34;       
CSO 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CSO 546(Nickel)
CSO 84;CSO 546
1wujLGLU 34;       
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CSO 546(Nickel)
      ;CSO 546
1wukLGLU 34;       
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CSO 546(Nickel)
      ;CSO 546
1wulLGLU 34;       
CYS 84;CYS 549(Fe and Nickel);CYS 81;CSO 546(Nickel)
      ;CSO 546
1frfS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 147(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1yqwA01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 147(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1yqwB01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 147(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1yqwC01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 147(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1yrqA01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 147(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1yrqB01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 147(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1yrqC01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 147(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1yrqD01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 147(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1yrqF01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 147(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1yrqG01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 147(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1frvA01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 112;CYS 148(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1frvC01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 112;CYS 148(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1yq9A01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 112;CYS 148(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1yq9B01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 112;CYS 148(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

2frvA01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 112;CYS 148(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

2frvC01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 112;CYS 148(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

2frvE01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 112;CYS 148(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

2frvG01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 112;CYS 148(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

2frvI01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 112;CYS 148(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

2frvS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 112;CYS 148(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1h2aS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1h2rS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1ubhS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1ubjS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1ubkS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1ublS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1ubmS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1uboS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1ubrS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1ubtS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1ubuS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1wuhS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1wuiS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1wujS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1wukS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1wulS01THR 18
CYS 17;CYS 20;CYS 114;CYS 150(4Fe-4S cluster-1)

1frfS02
HIS 184;CYS 187;CYS 212;CYS 218(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 227;CYS 245;CYS 248(3Fe-4S cluster)

1yqwA02
HIS 184;CYS 187;CYS 212;CYS 218(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 227;CYS 245;CYS 248(3Fe-4S cluster)

1yqwB02
HIS 184;CYS 187;CYS 212;CYS 218(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 227;CYS 245;CYS 248(3Fe-4S cluster)

1yqwC02
HIS 184;CYS 187;CYS 212;CYS 218(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 227;CYS 245;CYS 248(3Fe-4S cluster)

1yrqA02
HIS 184;CYS 187;CYS 212;CYS 218(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 227;CYS 245;CYS 248(3Fe-4S cluster)

1yrqB02
HIS 184;CYS 187;CYS 212;CYS 218(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 227;CYS 245;CYS 248(3Fe-4S cluster)

1yrqC02
HIS 184;CYS 187;CYS 212;CYS 218(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 227;CYS 245;CYS 248(3Fe-4S cluster)

1yrqD02
HIS 184;CYS 187;CYS 212;CYS 218(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 227;CYS 245;CYS 248(3Fe-4S cluster)

1yrqF02
HIS 184;CYS 187;CYS 212;CYS 218(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 227;CYS 245;CYS 248(3Fe-4S cluster)

1yrqG02
HIS 184;CYS 187;CYS 212;CYS 218(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 227;CYS 245;CYS 248(3Fe-4S cluster)

1frvA02
HIS 185;CYS 188;CYS 213;CYS 219(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 228;CYS 246;CYS 249(3Fe-4S cluster)

1frvC02
HIS 185;CYS 188;CYS 213;CYS 219(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 228;CYS 246;CYS 249(3Fe-4S cluster)

1yq9A02
HIS 185;CYS 188;CYS 213;CYS 219(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 228;CYS 246;CYS 249(3Fe-4S cluster)

1yq9B02
HIS 185;CYS 188;CYS 213;CYS 219(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 228;CYS 246;CYS 249(3Fe-4S cluster)

2frvA02
HIS 185;CYS 188;CYS 213;CYS 219(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 228;CYS 246;CYS 249(3Fe-4S cluster)

2frvC02
HIS 185;CYS 188;CYS 213;CYS 219(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 228;CYS 246;CYS 249(3Fe-4S cluster)

2frvE02
HIS 185;CYS 188;CYS 213;CYS 219(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 228;CYS 246;CYS 249(3Fe-4S cluster)

2frvG02
HIS 185;CYS 188;CYS 213;CYS 219(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 228;CYS 246;CYS 249(3Fe-4S cluster)

2frvI02
HIS 185;CYS 188;CYS 213;CYS 219(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 228;CYS 246;CYS 249(3Fe-4S cluster)

2frvS02
HIS 185;CYS 188;CYS 213;CYS 219(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 228;CYS 246;CYS 249(3Fe-4S cluster)

1h2aS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1h2rS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1ubhS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1ubjS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1ubkS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1ublS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1ubmS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1uboS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1ubrS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1ubtS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1ubuS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1wuhS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1wuiS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1wujS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1wukS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)

1wulS02
HIS 188;CYS 191;CYS 216;CYS 222(4Fe-4S cluster-2);CYS 231;CYS 249;CYS 252(3Fe-4S cluster)


References for Catalytic Mechanism
ReferencesSectionsNo. of steps in catalysis
[7]p.987-988
[9]Fig.5, Fig.9, Fig.10, p.14346-14348
[10]p.825-828
[12]Fig.5, p.582-585
[14]Fig.7, p.12995-12996
[16]Fig.4, p.7850-7854
[17]Fig.2, p.664-665
[20]p.1675-1677
[21]p.399-400
[22]p.11628-11630
[23]p.298
[24]p.3336-3337
[25]Fig.3, p.553-554
[31]Scheme 1, Fig.2, p.6202-6203
[32]Scheme 1, p.58402
[33]Table 1, p.469-472
[34]p.457-458
[35]p.71-73, p.77-80
[36]p.156-157, p.158-159
[37]Fig.4, p.4432-4434
[38]Fig.7, p.11634-11635
[42]Fig.8, p.92
[44]Fig.2, p.134-138
[45]p.10511-10513
[47]Fig.1, p.641-642
[48]Fig3., Fig.4, p.872-875
[50]Fig.6, p.246-248
[51]Fig.3, p.1637-1640

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Related PDB1frv
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CommentsX-RAY CRYSTALLOGRAPHY (1.8 ANGSTROMS) OF 19-552.
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Related PDB1h2a
Related Swiss-protP21852,P21853
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CommentsX-ray Diffraction
PubMed ID9751716
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[23]
PubMed ID10049702
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PubMed ID9920874
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CommentsX-RAY CRYSTALLOGRAPHY (1.4 ANGSTROMS).
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Related Swiss-protP21852,P21853
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CommentsX-ray Diffraction
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PubMed ID15365900
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PubMed ID15667250
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Year2005
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Pages7-11
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[50]
PubMed ID15803334
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Year2005
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Pages239-49
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TitleStructural differences between the ready and unready oxidized states of [NiFe] hydrogenases.
Related PDB1yq9,1yqw,1yrq
[51]
PubMed ID16271886
JournalStructure
Year2005
Volume13
Pages1635-42
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TitleActivation process of [NiFe] hydrogenase elucidated by high-resolution X-Ray analyses: conversion of the ready to the unready state.
Related PDB1wuh,1wui,1wuj,1wuk,1wul

comments
This enzyme catalyzes the following reactions:
(A) Electron transfer from heme iron of cytochrome c3 to [4Fe-4S] cluster-2 located on the surface of small subunit:
(A1) His184 (1frf) bound to Fe4-S4, is exposed to the surface of the S subunit. This residue might interact with cytochrome c3, for electron transfer (see [12]).
(B) Electron transfer from [4Fe-4S] cluster-2 to [3Fe-4S] cluster:
(B1) Indirect transfer from [4Fe-4S] cluster-2 to [3Fe-4S] cluster through Cys218 (bound to [4Fe-4S] cluster-2) and Cys245 (bound to [3Fe-4S]) (see [12]).
(C) Electron transfer from [3Fe-4S] cluster to [4Fe-4S] cluster-1:
(C1) Indirect transfer from [3Fe-4S] cluster to [4Fe-4S] cluster-1 through Cys248 (bound to [3Fe-4S]) and Cys147 (bound to [4Fe-4S] cluster-1) (see [12]).
(D) Electron transfer from [4Fe-4S] cluster-1 to the Nickel-Iron cluster (reaction center):
(D1) Indirect transfer from [4Fe-4S] cluster-1 to Nickel-Iron cluster through Cys17 (bound to [4Fe-4S] cluster-1) and Cys72 of Large subunit (bound to Nickel-Iron cluster) (see [12]).
(E) Hydrogenation at the Nickel-Iron cluster (reaction center):

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