The third hydrogenase

Scullion, Callum and Murphy, J A; Weigand, Wolfgang and Scholhammer, Philippe, eds. (2014) The third hydrogenase. In: Bioinspired Catalysis. John Wiley & Sons Inc., pp. 105-136. ISBN 978-3-527-33308-0

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Hydrogenases are a group of enzymes that catalyze the reversible cleavage of molecular hydrogen and are present within aerobic and anaerobic bacteria, archaea and eucarya. [1] There are three distinct classes of hydrogenase with two of these classes containing iron-sulfur clusters; [NiFe]-hydrogenase contains nickel-iron-sulfur clusters while [FeFe]-hydrogenase contains iron-sulfur clusters only.