Hydrogenases catalyse the reversible oxidation and production of H₂. They have been the subject of intense interest in recent years since these enzymes, or catalysts inspired by them, may greatly enhance our exploitation of H₂ as an energy carrier in a future ‘green’ H₂-based economy. However, a major challenge to the future use of these catalysts is their reactions with small molecule inhibitors, such as O₂ or CO.
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Novel aspects of the reactions of hydrogenases with small molecule inhibitors
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