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Blue Copper Active Sites in Electron Transfer Proteins
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Caption:

This graphic presents a copper-containing site in a protein that is involved with the transfer of electrons in photosynthesis. The copper in the site causes the protein to acquire a blue color.

Blue Copper Active Sites in Electron Transfer Proteins<BR>(Image 1 of 2)
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Credit: Studies performed by the research group of Professor Edward Solomon at the Chemistry Department of Stanford University
Year of Image: 2000

Categories:

CHEMISTRY / Inorganic, Bioinorg, Organometallic

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