Dechloromonas aromatica (strain RCB) Recombinant Chlorite dismutase (from E. coli)

Supplier: ProSci
PRSI92-660EA 487 EUR
Dechloromonas aromatica (strain RCB) Recombinant Chlorite dismutase (from E. coli)
Chlorite dismutase (Cld) found in prokaryotic organisms, also known as Chlorite O2-lyase, is a b-type heme containing enzyme that catalyses the reduction of chlorite into chloride plus dioxygen. The subunit of chlorite dismutase consists of a heme free N-terminal and a heme b containing C-terminal ferredoxin-like fold with high structural homology to the dye-decolorizing peroxidases (DyPs). The physiological role of Cld in prokaryote has been shown that some microorganisms can use perchlorate or chlorate as terminal electron acceptors for anaerobic respiration thereby producing chlorite that must be detoxified. This enzyme has gained attention because it can be used in the development of bioremediation processes, biosensors, and controlled dioxygen production.

Fusion-Tag: N-6 His tag

This recombinant protein can be used for biological assays. For research use only.
Order Now

Learn more

About VWR

Avantor is a vertically integrated, global supplier of discovery-to-delivery solutions for...

Learn more About VWR