Grant: $331,138 - National Institutes of Health - Sep. 25, 2009
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Award Description: All living things need sulfur, and cysteine desulfurases are necessary to provide sulfur in the proper form. These enzymes are found primarily in mitochondria in all human cells. Here we aim to characterize for the first time the active mitochondrial cysteine desulfurase. This is important because dysfunction may cause deficiency of iron-sulfur clusters and related diseases such as neurodegeneration, anemia and some cancers.
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