The coordinated iron structure and ferrochelatase binding surface of human frataxin have been characterized to provide insight into the protein’s ability to serve as the iron chaperone during heme biosynthesis.
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K. Z. Bencze, T. Yoon, C. Millán-Pacheco, P. B. Bradley, N. Pastor, J. A. Cowan, and T. L. Stemmler, Chem. Commun., 2007, 1798-1800. doi:10.1039/B703195E