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The reduction of oxygen to water also had the advantage that the redox potential drop from the oxidation of organic and inorganic substrates to the reduction of oxygen could be coupled to the generation of a transmembrane chemiosmotic potential, by using substrate protons from the inside of the cell. 7–10 Many prokaryotic, archaebacterial and mitochondrial terminal oxidases involved in aerobic respiration belong to the large heme–copper oxidase superfamily. All members of this evolutionarily diverse family of enzymes contain two core subunits that are closely related in terms of amino acid sequence.
Biophysical and structural aspects of bioenergetics by Marten Wikström, Stephen Neidle, David M J Lilley, Marius Clore, Simon Campbell, Per Siegbahn, Baz Jackson, John E Walker, Judy Hirst, Ulrich Brandt, Peter Brzezinski, Shinya Yoshikawa, Peter Rich, Joachim Heberle, Antony R Crofts, Colin Wraight, Janos K