Super-reduced and super-active: A new redox state in the active site of algal [FeFe] hydrogenases has been identified and characterized by EPR and FTIR spectroscopy. Electrochemical and in vitro essays show that this species is highly active in hydrogen production and suggest that it is a key intermediate in the catalytic cycle of all [FeFe] hydrogenases.
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