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1 Carbon Skeleton Mutases In the four known carbon skeleton rearrangement reactions, catalyzed by coenzyme B12 -dependent mutases, two vicinal groups (a hydrogen atom and an organic substituent) exchange their positions in a (pseudo)intramolecular fashion . The B12 -cofactor is bound base-off/His-on at an interface between two modules, the B12 -binding and substrate activating domains (or subunits) as proven by the analysis of the crystal structures of methylmalonyl-CoA mutase (MMCM)  and glutamate mutase (GM) .