11 etrans - NAD FAD FMN Non-heme iron proteins Quinones...

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Electron Transport Carriers not converted to products Carriers are reduced/reoxidized Some carriers take electrons--- Others take electrons and protons, Each successive carrier- • stronger oxidizing agent; • more positive potential
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Electron Transport Carriers NAD, FAD, FMN
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Figure 13-15
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Electron Transport Carriers NAD, FAD, FMN Non-heme iron proteins
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Non-heme iron proteins Single electron transfer Range of potentials
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Electron Transport Carriers
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Unformatted text preview: NAD, FAD, FMN Non-heme iron proteins Quinones Quinones Not a true vitamin Non-polar tail Single electron transport Not a protein Electron Transport Carriers NAD, FAD, FMN Non-heme iron proteins Quinones Cytochromes Cytochromes Protein, heme, iron Vary protein and heme All but cyt c integral membrane proteins Single electron transfer Wide range of potentials ΙΙΙ IV...
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