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Hydrogenophilus thermoluteoluscytochromec¢ (PHCP) has typical spectral
properties previously observed for other cytochromesc¢, which comprise
Ambler’s class II cytochromesc. The PHCP protein sequence (135 amino
acids) deduced from the cloned gene is the most homologous (55% iden-tity) to that of cytochrome c¢ from Allochromatium vinosum(AVCP).