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The SAH/[Fe4S4]^ 30 PERRY A. 8) (Figs. 9B and lOD). These signals disappear in the presence of millimolar concentrations of L-lysine. Mossbauer samples have been prepared of the SAH/[Fe4S4]"^ complex, which by EPR shows the least amount of heterogeneity. 2 K in the presence of a small magnetic field, a magnetic spectrum is observed which collapses into two quadrupole doublets at higher temperatures. The spectra have not been fully analyzed, but this behavior is consistent with a paramagnetic iron-sulfur cluster.
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