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A heme d prosthetic group with the configuration of a cis-hydroxychlorin ␥-spirolactone has been found in the crystal structures of Penicillium vitale catalase and Escherichia coli catalase hydroperoxidase II (HPII). The absolute stereochemistry of the two heme d chiral carbon atoms has been shown to be identical. For both catalases the heme d is rotated 180 degrees about the axis defined by the ␣-␥-meso carbon atoms, with respect to the orientation found for heme b in beef liver catalase. Onlydoi:10.1074/jbc.271.15.8863 pmid:8621527 fatcat:vwqbrrzfvrchtigp3wxoh55h54