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Iron-sulfur cluster biogenesis in mammalian cells: New insights into the molecular mechanisms of cluster delivery

Iron-sulfur (Fe-S) clusters are ancient, ubiquitous cofactors composed of iron and inorganic sulfur. The combination of the chemical reactivity of iron and sulfur, together with many variations of cluster composition, oxidation states and protein environments, enables Fe-S clusters to participate in numerous biological processes.

Read More: Iron-sulfur cluster biogenesis in mammalian cells: New insights into the molecular mechanisms of cluster delivery


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Jen Farmer

Jen Farmer

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