SAXS of Oxygen-sensitive Enzyme Complexes Behind a Newly-discovered Mode of Energy Conservation - Dataset XSDUNFBU
Electron bifurcation is a newly-discovered but evolutionarily ancient mode of enzymatic energy conservation wherein electron transfer to a low-potential, high-energy acceptor is coupled to electron transfer to a high-potential, low-energy acceptor in a simultaneous and thermodynamically favorable fashion. Enzymes can perform such reactions by forming conformationally heterogeneous, multisubunit...
SAS Data Collection Techniques Expanded
Previously, dataset categories were limited to manual loading SAXS, High-Throughput SAXS, Size-Exclusion Chromatography SAXS, and Other. Categories now also include: IEC-SAXS (Ion-Exchange Chromatography Small-Angle X-ray Scattering), TR-SAXS (Time-Resolved Small-Angle X-ray Scattering), MF-SAXS (Micro-Fluidic Small-Angle X-ray Scattering), WAXS/SAXS (Wide-Angle Scattering/Small-Angle X-ray...
- Draft 208
- Published 40
- COMPUTATIONAL 1
- HT-SAXS 6
- SEC-SAXS 241
Unraveling conformational changes behind electron bifurcation in the electron-transferring flavoprotein-menaquinone oxidoreduct...
SEC-SAXS was collected on the SIBYLS beamline (BL 12.3.1) of the ALS at LBNL to observe changes in conformation of the electron-transferring flavoprotein-men...