iron-sulfur proteins

https://doi.org/10.1351/goldbook.IT06780
@P04898-1@ in which non-@H02714@ iron is coordinated with cysteine sulfur and usually also with inorganic sulfur. Divided into three major categories: rubredoxins; 'simple iron-sulfur @P04898-2@', containing only @IT06779@; and 'complex iron-sulfur @P04898-2@', containing additional active redox centres such as @F02423-2@, molybdenum or @H02714@. In most iron-sulfur @P04898-2@, the clusters function as electron-transfer groups, but in others they have other functions, such as @C00874@ of hydratase/dehydratase reactions, maintenance of protein structure, or regulation of activity.
Source:
PAC, 1997, 69, 1251. (Glossary of terms used in bioinorganic chemistry (IUPAC Recommendations 1997)) on page 1281 [Terms] [Paper]