Flavoproteins; Correlation of Structure and Function
Ladies and Gentlemen — Dr. King — It is a great pleasure, of course, to be here. This morning I also want to start with a little recollection: 30 years ago when Tsoo King came to Cambridge, I had just left to work with Tom Singer, and at the very time that Tsoo and David Keilin were reconstituting the succinate oxidase system, I was working in Detroit on the mechanism of action of soluble succinate dehydrogenase.
KeywordsPyridine Nucleotide Methane Thiol Phenolic Hydroxylase Extended Configuration Isoalloxazine Ring
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