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Bulletin of Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry
This review summarizes the recent progress of the studies on acetyl CoA synthase (ACS), a metalloenzyme that plays an important role of fixing CO and CO 2 in the global carbon cycle. ACS forms a complex with CO dehydrogenase (CODH), in which ACS assembles acetyl CoA from CO, coenzyme A, and a methyl moiety derived from the methyl cobalamin of the corrinoid iron-sulfur protein (CFeSP), whereas CODH catalyzes the reversible conversion of CO 2 to CO. Since the structural elucidation of acetyl-CoAdoi:10.4019/bjscc.54.38 fatcat:jjz4q6hbsjfyjjjb5lhxo4j6si