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    1. Stein, M; Lubitz, W
      The electronic structure of the catalytic intermediate Ni-C in [NiFe] and [NiFeSe] hydrogenases

      PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS
    2. Stein, M; Lubitz, W
      DFT calculations of the electronic structure of the paramagnetic states Ni-A, Ni-B and Ni-C of [NiFe] hydrogenase

      PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS
    3. Gomes, CM; Le Gall, J; Xavier, AV; Teixeira, M
      Could a diiron-containing four-helix-bundle protein have been a primitive oxygen reductase?

      CHEMBIOCHEM
    4. Catarino, T; Turner, DL
      Thermodynamic control of electron transfer rates in multicentre redox proteins

      CHEMBIOCHEM
    5. Stein, M; van Lenthe, E; Baerends, EJ; Lubitz, W
      g- and a-tensor calculations in the zero-order approximation for relativistic effects of Ni complexes Ni(mnt)(2)(-) and Ni(CO)(3)H as model complexesfor the active center of [NiFe]-hydrogenase

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A
    6. Bleijlevens, B; Faber, BW; Albracht, SPJ
      The [NiFe] hydrogenase from Allochromatium vinosum studied in EPR-detectable states: H/D exchange experiments that yield new information about the structure of the active site

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    7. Rebelo, JM; Dias, JM; Huber, R; Moura, JJG; Romao, MJ
      Structure refinement of the aldehyde oxidoreductase from Desulfovibrio gigas (MOP) at 1.28 angstrom

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    8. Maroney, MJ; Bryngelson, PA
      Spectroscopic and model studies of the Ni-Fe hydrogenase reaction mechanism

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    9. Siegbahn, PEM; Blomberg, MRA; Pavlov, MWN; Crabtree, RH
      The mechanism of the Ni-Fe hydrogenases: a quantum chemical perspective

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    10. Fan, HJ; Hall, MB
      Recent theoretical predictions of the active site for the observed forms in the catalytic cycle of Ni-Fe hydrogenase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    11. Wang, HX; Patil, DS; Gu, WW; Jacquamet, L; Friedrich, S; Funk, T; Cramer, SP
      L-edge X-ray absorption spectroscopy of some Ni enzymes: probe of Ni electronic structure

      JOURNAL OF ELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY AND RELATED PHENOMENA
    12. Guedon, E; Gerard, P; Charpentier, B; Branlant, C; Petitdemange, H
      Both pH and carbon flux influence the level of rubredoxin in Clostridium butyricum

      CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
    13. Belinsky, MI
      The spin-coupling model of zero-field splitting for trimeric [3Fe-4S] and mixed-metal [3FeZn-4S] clusters of ferredoxins from Pyrococcus furiosus

      CHEMICAL PHYSICS
    14. Long, MN; Su, WJ; Albracht, SPJ; Zhang, FZ; Xu, LS
      EPR study of soluble hydrogenase from photosynthetic bacteria Chromatium vinosum

      CHEMICAL JOURNAL OF CHINESE UNIVERSITIES-CHINESE
    15. Sterner, R
      Ferredoxin from Thermotoga maritima

      HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ENZYMES, PT C
    16. La Mar, GNL
      Nuclear magnetic resonance analysis of hyperthermophile ferredoxins

      HYPERTHERMOPHILIC ENZYMES, PT C
    17. Bernhard, M; Buhrke, T; Bleijlevens, B; De Lacey, AL; Fernandez, VM; Albracht, SPJ; Friedrich, B
      The H-2 sensor of Ralstonia eutropha - Biochemical characteristics, spectroscopic properties, and its interaction with a histidine protein kinase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    18. Blokesch, M; Magalon, A; Bock, A
      Interplay between the specific chaperone-like proteins HybG and HypC in maturation of hydrogenases 1, 2, and 3 from Escherichia coli

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    19. Liaw, WF; Lee, JH; Gau, HB; Chen, CH; Lee, GH
      Synthesis and reactivity of fac-[Fe(CO)(3)(SR)(3)](-) (R = C7H4SN, C4H3S, C4H2O-o-CH3) and heterotrimetallic Fe(II)-Ni(II)-Fe(II)-thiolate complex

      INORGANICA CHIMICA ACTA
    20. Alvarez, HM; Krawiec, M; Donovan-Merkert, BT; Fouzi, M; Rabinovich, D
      Modeling nickel hydrogenases: Synthesis and structure of a distorted octahedral complex with an unprecedented [NiS4H2] core

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    21. Daiyasu, H; Osaka, K; Ishino, Y; Toh, H
      Expansion of the zinc metallo-hydrolase family of the beta-lactamase fold

      FEBS LETTERS
    22. Marr, AC; Spencer, DJE; Schroder, M
      Structural mimics for the active site of [NiFe] hydrogenase

      COORDINATION CHEMISTRY REVIEWS
    23. Lu, Y; Berry, SM; Pfister, TD
      Engineering novel metalloproteins: Design of metal-binding sites into native protein scaffolds

      CHEMICAL REVIEWS
    24. Vinogradov, AD
      Respiratory Complex I: Structure, redox components, and possible mechanisms of energy transduction

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    25. da Silva, MW; Sham, S; Gorst, CM; Calzolai, L; Brereton, PS; Adams, MWW; La Mar, GN
      Solution NMR characterization of the thermodynamics of the disulfide bond orientational isomerism and its effect of cluster electronic properties forthe hyperthermostable three-iron cluster ferredoxin from the archaeon Pyrococcus furiosus

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    26. Lemos, RS; Gomes, CM; Teixeira, M
      Acidianus ambivalens complex II typifies a novel family of succinate dehydrogenases

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    27. Silva, G; Oliveira, S; LeGall, J; Xavier, AV; Rodrigues-Pousada, C
      Analysis of the Desulfovibrio gigas transcriptional unit containing rubredoxin (rd) and rubredoxin-oxygen oxidoreductase (roo) genes and upstream ORFs

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    28. Stein, M; van Lenthe, E; Baerends, EJ; Lubitz, W
      Relativistic DFT calculations of the paramagnetic intermediates of [NiFe] hydrogenase. Implications for the enzymatic mechanism

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    29. Brooker, S; Caygill, GB; Croucher, PD; Davidson, TC; Clive, DLJ; Magnuson, SR; Cramer, SP; Ralston, CY
      Conversion of some substituted phenols to the corresponding masked thiophenols, synthesis of a dinickel(II) dithiolate macrocyclic complex and isolation of some metal- and ligand-based oxidation products

      JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-DALTON TRANSACTIONS
    30. Sellmann, D; Geipel, F; Moll, M
      [Ni(NHPnPr(3))('S-3')], the first nickel thiolate complex modeling the nickel cysteinate site and reactivity of [NiFe] hydrogenase

      ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION
    31. Steinfeld, G; Kersting, B
      Characterisation of a triply thiolate-bridged Ni-Fe amine-thiolate complex: insights into the electronic structure of the active site of [NiFe] hydrogenase

      CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS
    32. Blamey, JM; Chiong, M; Lopez, C; Smith, ET
      Purification and characterization of ferredoxin from the hyperthermophilicPyrococcus woesei

      ANAEROBE
    33. Broco, M; Oliveira, S; Silva, G; Agostinho, M; Rodrigues-Pousada, C
      A DNA fragment of Desulfovibrio gigas genome containing replication originrelated genes

      DNA SEQUENCE
    34. Bertrand, P; Dole, F; Asso, M; Guigliarelli, B
      Is there a rate-limiting step in the catalytic cycle of [Ni-Fe] hydrogenases?

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    35. Telser, J; Lee, HI; Hoffman, BM
      Investigation of exchange couplings in [Fe3S4](+) clusters by electron spin-lattice relaxation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    36. Agar, JN; Yuvaniyama, P; JAck, RF; Cash, VL; Smith, AD; Dean, DR; Johnson, MK
      Modular organization and identification of a mononuclear iron-binding sitewithin the NifU protein

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    37. Ishii, M; Takishita, S; Iwasaki, T; Peerapornpisal, Y; Yoshino, J; Kodama, T; Igarashi, Y
      Purification and characterization of membrane-bound hydrogenase from Hydrogenobacter thermophilus strain TK-6, an obligately autotrophic, thermophilic, hydrogen-oxidizing bacterium

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    38. Lamosa, P; Burke, A; Peist, R; Huber, R; Liu, MY; Silva, G; Rodrigues-Pousada, C; LeGall, J; Maycock, C; Santos, H
      Thermostabilization of proteins by diglycerol phosphate, a new compatible solute from the hyperthermophile Archaeoglobus fulgidus

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    39. Gremer, L; Kellner, S; Dobbek, H; Huber, R; Meyer, O
      Binding of flavin adenine dinucleotide to molybdenum-containing carbon monoxide dehydrogenase from Oligotropha carboxidovorans - Structural and functional analysis of a carbon monoxide dehydrogenase species in which the native flavoprotein has been replaced by its recombinant counterpart produced in Escherichia coli

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    40. Sapra, R; Verhagen, MFJM; Adams, MWW
      Purification and characterization of a membrane-bound hydrogenase from thehyperthermophilic archaeon Pyrococcus furiosus

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    41. Kleihues, L; Lenz, O; Bernhard, M; Buhrke, T; Friedrich, B
      The H-2 sensor of Ralstonia eutropha is a member of the subclass of regulatory [NiFe] hydrogenases

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    42. Liaw, WF; Chiang, CY; Lee, GH; Peng, SM; Lai, CH; Darensbourg, MY
      Heterobimetallics of nickel-iron dinitrosyl: Electronic control by chelateand diatomic ligands

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    43. Happe, RP; Roseboom, W; Egert, G; Friedrich, CG; Massanz, C; Friedrich, B; Albracht, SPJ
      Unusual FTIR and EPR properties of the H-2-activating site of the cytoplasmic NAD-reducing hydrogenase from Ralstonia eutropha

      FEBS LETTERS
    44. Silva, PJ; van den Ban, ECD; Wassink, H; Haaker, H; de Castro, B; Robb, FT; Hagen, WR
      Enzymes of hydrogen metabolism in Pyrococcus furiosus

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    45. Bingemann, R; Klein, A
      Conversion of the central [4Fe-4S] cluster into a [3Fe-4S] cluster leads to reduced hydrogen-uptake activity of the F-420-reducing hydrogenase of Methanococcus voltae

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    46. Darensbourg, MY; Lyon, EJ; Smee, JJ
      The bio-organometallic chemistry of active site iron in hydrogenases

      COORDINATION CHEMISTRY REVIEWS
    47. De Lacey, AL; Detcheverry, M; Moiroux, J; Bourdillon, C
      Construction of multicomponent catalytic films based on avidin-biotin technology for the electroenzymatic oxidation of molecular hydrogen

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    48. Zadvorny, OA; Zorin, NA; Gogotov, IN
      Influence of metal ions on hydrogenase from the purple sulfur bacterium Thiocapsa roseopersicina

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    49. Gomes, CM; Vicente, JB; Wasserfallen, A; Teixeira, M
      Spectroscopic studies and characterization of a novel electron-transfer chain from Escherichia coli involving a flavorubredoxin and its flavoprotein reductase partner

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    50. Davidson, G; Choudhury, SB; Gu, ZJ; Bose, K; Roseboom, W; Albracht, SPJ; Maroney, MJ
      Structural examination of the nickel site in Chromatium vinosum hydrogenase: Redox state oscillations and structural changes accompanying reductive activation and CO binding

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    51. Caldeira, J; Belle, V; Asso, M; Guigliarelli, B; Moura, I; Moura, JJG; Bertrand, P
      Analysis of the electron paramagnetic resonance properties of the [2Fe-2S](1+) centers in molybdenum enzymes of the xanthine oxidase family: Assignment of signals I and II

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    52. Agostinho, M; Oliveira, S; Broco, M; Liu, MY; LeGall, J; Rodrigues-Pousada, C
      Molecular cloning of the gene encoding flavoredoxin, a flavoprotein from Desulfovibrio gigas

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    53. Magnani, P; Doussiere, J; Lissolo, T
      Diphenylene iodonium as an inhibitor for the hydrogenase complex of Rhodobacter capsulatus. Evidence for two distinct electron donor sites

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    54. Krebs, C; Henshaw, TF; Cheek, J; Huynh, BH; Broderick, JB
      Conversion of 3Fe-4S to 4Fe-4S clusters in native pyruvate formate-lyase activating enzyme: Mossbauer characterization and implications for mechanism

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    55. Sanakis, Y; Macedo, AL; Moura, I; Moura, JJG; Papaefthymiou, V; Munck, E
      Evidence for antisymmetric exchange in cuboidal [3Fe-4S](+) clusters

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    56. Wang, HX; Ralston, CY; Patil, DS; Jones, RM; Gu, W; Verhagen, M; Adams, M; Ge, P; Riordan, C; Marganian, CA; Mascharak, P; Kovacs, J; Miller, CG; Collins, TJ; Brooker, S; Croucher, PD; Wang, K; Stiefel, EI; Cramer, SP
      Nickel L-edge soft X-ray spectroscopy of nickel-iron hydrogenases and model compounds - Evidence for high-spin nickel(II) in the active enzyme

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    57. Liaw, WF; Lee, NH; Chen, CH; Lee, CM; Lee, GH; Peng, SM
      Dinuclear and mononuclear iron(II)-thiolate complexes with mixed CO/CN- ligands: Synthetic advances for iron sites of [Fe]-only hydrogenases

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    58. Beck, BW; Koerner, JB; Ichiye, T
      Ab initio quantum mechanical study of metal substitution in analogues of rubredoxin: Implications for redox potential control

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    59. Smee, JJ; Goodman, DC; Reibenspies, JH; Darensbourg, MY
      Models for terminal Ni(S-cysteine) modification in [NiFe]hydrogenases by iodoacetamide and iodoacetate

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    60. Larsen, O; Lien, T; Birkeland, NK
      Dissimilatory sulfite reductase from Archaeoglobus profundus and Desulfotomaculum thermocisternum: phylogenetic and structural implications from genesequences

      EXTREMOPHILES
    61. Higuchi, Y; Ogata, H; Miki, K; Yasuoka, N; Yagi, T
      Removal of the bridging ligand atom at the Ni-Fe active site of [NiFe] hydrogenase upon reduction with H-2, as revealed by X-ray structure analysis at 1.4 angstrom resolution

      STRUCTURE WITH FOLDING & DESIGN
    62. Archer, M; Carvalho, AL; Teixeira, S; Moura, I; Moura, JJG; Rusnak, F; Romao, MJ
      Structural studies by X-ray diffraction on metal substituted desulforedoxin, a rubredoxin-type protein

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    63. Dilg, AWE; Mincione, G; Achterhold, K; Iakovleva, O; Mentler, M; Luchinat, C; Bertini, I; Parak, FG
      Simultaneous interpretation of Mossbauer, EPR and Fe-57 ENDOR spectra of the [Fe4S4] cluster in the high-potential iron protein I from Ectothiorhodospira halophila

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    64. Gessner, C; Stein, M; Albracht, SPJ; Lubitz, W
      Orientation-selected ENDOR of the active center in Chromatium vinosum [NiFe] hydrogenase in the oxidized "ready" state

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    65. Goodfellow, BJ; Macedo, AL; Rodrigues, P; Moura, I; Wray, V; Moura, JJG
      The solution structure of a [3Fe-4S] ferredoxin: oxidised ferredoxin II from Desulfovibrio gigas

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    66. Silva, PJ; de Castro, B; Hagen, WR
      On the prosthetic groups of the NiFe sulfhydrogenase from Pyrococcus furiosus: topology, structure, and temperature-dependent redox chemistry

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    67. Gerard, P; Amine, J; Raval, G; Petitdemange, H
      Distribution of the rubredoxin gene among the Clostridium butyricum species

      CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
    68. Higgs, TC; Ji, D; Czernuszewicz, RS; Spartalian, K; O'Connor, CJ; Seip, C; Carrano, CJ
      The synthesis, crystallographic and magnetic characterization of di- and tri-nuclear Ni(II) and Co(II) complexes of (2-sulfanylphenyl)bis(pyrazolyl)methane

      JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-DALTON TRANSACTIONS
    69. Liaw, WF; Lee, CM; Horng, L; Lee, GH; Peng, SM
      Heterotrimetallic iron(II)-nickel(II)-manganese(I) chalcogenolate complexes containing a heteroleptic hexachalcogenolatonickel(II) homoleptic hexathiolatonickel(II) core

      ORGANOMETALLICS
    70. Fontecilla-Camps, JC; Ragsdale, SW
      Nickel-iron-sulfur active sites: Hydrogenase and co dehydrogenase

      ADVANCES IN INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, VOL 47
    71. Jenney, FE; Verhagen, MFJM; Cui, XY; Adams, MWW
      Anaerobic microbes: Oxygen detoxification without superoxide dismutase

      SCIENCE
    72. Page, CC; Moser, CC; Chen, XX; Dutton, PL
      Natural engineering principles of electron tunnelling in biological oxidation-reduction

      NATURE
    73. Takahashi, Y; Nakamura, M
      Functional assignment of the ORF2-iscS-iscU-iscA-hscB-hscA-fdx-ORF3 gene cluster involved in the assembly of Fe-S clusters in Escherichia coli

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    74. Ma, K; Adams, MWW
      A hyperactive NAD(P)H : rubredoxin oxidoreductase from the hyperthermophilic archaeon Pyrococcus furiosus

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    75. Louie, TM; Mohn, WW
      Evidence for a chemiosmotic model of dehalorespiration in Desulfomonile tiedjei DCB-1

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    76. De Gioia, L; Fantucci, P; Guigliarelli, B; Bertrand, P
      Ab initio investigation of the structural and electronic differences between active-site models of [NiFe] and [NiFeSe] hydrogenases

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUANTUM CHEMISTRY
    77. Pavlov, M; Blomberg, MRA; Siegbahn, PEM
      New aspects of H-2 activation by nickel-iron hydrogenase

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUANTUM CHEMISTRY
    78. Bhattacharyya, S; Weakley, TJR; Chaudhury, M
      Nickel(II) in an N4S donor environment: An unprecedented alcoholysis reaction through the activation of a carbon-nitrogen single bond

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    79. Desrochers, PJ; Cutts, RW; Rice, PK; Golden, ML; Graham, JB; Barclay, TM; Cordes, AW
      Characteristics of five-coordinate nickel-cysteine centers

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    80. Goswami, N; Eichhorn, DM
      A new method for incorporating thiolate donors into a metal coordination sphere. synthesis and crystal structures of the first nickel complexes of anN3S ligand

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    81. De Gioia, L; Fantucci, P; Guigliarelli, B; Bertrand, P
      Ni-Fe hydrogenases: A density functional theory study of active site models

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    82. Wunschiers, R; Heide, H; Follmann, H; Senger, H; Schulz, R
      Redox control of hydrogenase activity in the green alga Scenedesmus obliquus by thioredoxin and other thiols

      FEBS LETTERS
    83. Armstrong, FA; Williams, RJP
      Thermodynamic influences on the fidelity of iron-sulphur cluster formationin proteins

      FEBS LETTERS
    84. Rakhely, G; Zhou, ZH; Adams, MWW; Kovacs, KL
      Biochemical and molecular characterization of the [NiFe] hydrogenase from the hyperthermophilic archaeon, Thermococcus litoralis

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    85. Kobayashi, M; Shimizu, S
      Cobalt proteins

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    86. Kardinahl, S; Schmidt, CL; Hansen, T; Anemuller, S; Petersen, A; Schafer, G
      The strict molybdate-dependence of glucose-degradation by the thermoacidophile Sulfolobus acidocaldarius reveals the first crenarchaeotic molybdenum containing enzyme - an aldehyde oxidoreductase

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    87. Happe, RP; Roseboom, W; Albracht, SPJ
      Pre-steady-state kinetics of the reactions of [NiFe]-hydrogenase from Chromatium vinosum with H-2 and CO

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    88. Fraser, DM; Lindahl, PA
      Stoichiometric CO reductive titrations of acetyl-CoA synthase (carbon monoxide dehydrogenase) from Clostridium thermoaceticum

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    89. Fraser, DM; Lindahl, PA
      Evidence for a proposed intermediate redox state in the CO/CO2 active siteof acetyl-CoA synthase (carbon monoxide dehydrogenase) from Clostridium thermoaceticum

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    90. Massanz, C; Fliedrich, B
      Amino acid replacements at the H-2-activating site of the NAD-reducing hydrogenase from Alcaligenes eutrophus

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    91. Duderstadt, RE; Staples, CR; Brereton, PS; Adams, MWW; Johnson, MK
      Effects of mutations in aspartate 14 on the spectroscopic properties of the [Fe3S4](+,0) clusters in Pyrococcus furiosus ferredoxin

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    92. Pershad, HR; Duff, JLC; Heering, HA; Duin, EC; Albracht, SPJ; Armstrong, FA
      Catalytic electron transport in Chromatium vinosum [NiFe]-hydrogenase: Application of voltammetry in detecting redox-active centers and establishing that hydrogen oxidation is very fast even at potentials close to the reversible H+/H-2 value

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    93. Pereira, MM; Santana, M; Soares, CM; Mendes, J; Carita, JN; Fernandes, AS; Saraste, M; Carrondo, MA; Teixeira, M
      The caa(3) terminal oxidase of the thermohalophilic bacterium Rhodothermusmarinus: a HiPIP : oxygen oxidoreductase lacking the key glutamate of the D-channel

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    94. Heo, J; Staples, CR; Telser, J; Ludden, PW
      Rhodospirillum rubrum CO-dehydrogenase. Part 2. Spectroscopic investigation and assignment of spin - Spin coupling signals

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    95. Amara, P; Volbeda, A; Fontecilla-Camps, JC; Field, MJ
      A hybrid density functional theory molecular mechanics study of nickel-iron hydrogenase: Investigation of the active site redox states

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    96. QI Z; LIAO DZ; WANG GL
      CHALLENGE OF NEW BIOLOGICAL ENERGY-RESOURCES - ARGUMENTS ON STRUCTUREOF ACTIVE-SITE OF NIFE HYDROGENASE

      Chinese Science Bulletin
    97. GOODFELLOW BJ; RUSNAK F; MOURA I; DOMKE T; MOURA JJG
      NMR DETERMINATION OF THE GLOBAL STRUCTURE OF THE CD-113 DERIVATIVE OFDESULFOREDOXIN - INVESTIGATION OF THE HYDROGEN-BONDING PATTERN AT THEMETAL CENTER

      Protein science
    98. Ermler, U; Grabarse, W; Shima, S; Goubeaud, M; Thauer, RK
      Active sites of transition-metal enzymes with a focus on nickel

      CURRENT OPINION IN STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    99. Lens, PNL; Dijkema, C; Stams, AJM
      C-13-NMR Study of propionate metabolism by sludges from bioreactors treating sulfate and sulfide rich wastewater

      BIODEGRADATION
    100. GARCIN E; MONTET Y; VOLBEDA A; HATCHIKIAN C; FREY M; FONTECILLACAMPS JC
      STRUCTURAL BASES FOR THE CATALYTIC MECHANISM OF [NIFE] HYDROGENASES

      Biochemical Society transactions


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