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Presently, M€^* + e' ^ Mfi^ + CH3» Scheme 2. ^ CH4 34 PERRY A. FREY and SQUIRE BOOKER no midpoint potentials have been reported for enzymes that use SAM and [Fe4S4] centers to generate radicals. Based on the known reduction potentials of other biological [Fe4S4] centers, these enzymes would have to raise the reduction potential of SAM or lower the reduction potential of their clusters by at least 300-500 mV in order for this mechanism to be possible. VI. ^^'^^ As outlined in Figure 12, the binding of SAM to LAM mediates the uptake of one electron from dithionite to give the EPR-active [Fe4S4]"*^ species.
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