Mohanchaitanya reddy Asked a Question
April 29, 2020 12:26 pmpts 30 pts
why hemoglobin and cytochromes are considered as chromoproteins instead of metalloproteins?
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  • Abhijeet Gaurav thankyou
    A chromoprotein is a conjugated protein that contains a pigmented prosthetic group (or cofactor). A common example is haemoglobin, which contains a heme cofactor, which is the iron...
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  • Mohanchaitanya reddy
    please don't copy and paste the lump sum of material.. i have read all of that.. my doubt is why hemoglobin is not considered as metalloprotein, it also contain Fe2+ in its core.
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  • Narayan singh thankyou
    A chromoprotein is a conjugated protein that contains a pigmented prosthetic group (or cofactor). A common example is haemoglobin, which contains a heme cofactor, which is the iron...
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