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Radical Intermediates in the LAM Reaction 25 Inasmuch as this is not a defining characteristic of Fe2S2 clusters,"** experiments were carried out to verify that the signal did not arise from either of these two reduced clusters. Treatment of the enzyme with 10 mM sodium dithionite in the presence of 6 jiM methyl viologen as an oxidation-reduction mediator, resulted in complete loss of the as-isolated signal. This suggests that these clusters are subject to reduction rather than oxidation. The as-purified spectrum has therefore been tentatively attributed to Fe4S4 centers in the 3+ oxidation state.
Advances in Free Radical Chemistry, Volume 2 by Zard S.Z.