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  • noun chemistry, in combination A hydroxy group as a substituent in a molecule


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  • < 2,3 > pMMO: 2 iron molecules per mol of enzyme [23]; < 2,3 > sMMO: the a-subunit of component A contains a non-haem bis-mi - cro-hydroxo-bridged binuclear iron centre [23]; cytochrome component contains 1 atom iron per molecule [2]; protein A, hydroxylase compo - nent: contains a binuclear iron center [4];

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  • Methane monooxygenase iron clusters [16,22]; contains hydroxo-bridged binuclear iron clusters [22]; protein C, reductase component: contains 1 [Fe2-S2] [4,13,23];

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