Subsystem: Soluble cytochromes and functionally related electron carriers

This subsystem's description is:

Cytochromes are found in most organisms that carry out electron transport through membrane-bound chains of carriers, regardless of the ultimate oxidant. Thus, cytochromess are not only present in chloroplasts and mitochondrial and aerobic bacterial respiratory chains but are also found in facultative anaerobes, obligate anaerobes, facultative photoheterotrophs, and the cyanobacteria. Electron transfer from the b6f or bc1 complexes may be mediated by more than one type of mobile cyt c. In some organisms there are membrane bound forms of known soluble cytochromes.

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Showing colors for genome: Staphylococcus aureus subsp. aureus str. Newman ( 426430.8 ), variant code 8

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