Volume 400 (2006), pp. 477–484

While we noted in the above paper that low ATPase activity was observed by Jensen et al. in 1999 [1], we want to clarify that Jensen et al. in fact suggested that this activity was artifactual. The earlier paper therefore is in complete agreement with our work on the Rhodobacter capsulatus magnesium chelatase subunit. We regret any confusion this may have caused.

References

References
1
Jensen
P. E.
Gibson
L. C.
Hunter
C. N.
ATPase activity associated with the magnesium-protoporphyrin IX chelatase enzyme of Synechocystis PCC6803: evidence for ATP hydrolysis during Mg2+ insertion, and the MgATP-dependent interaction of the ChlI and ChlD subunits
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