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    1. 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
    2. Laurinavichene, TV; Tsygankov, AA
      H-2 consumption by Escherichia coli coupled via hydrogenase 1 or hydrogenase 2 to different terminal electron acceptors

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    3. Evans, DJ
      Metal-sulfur chemistry relevant to modelling the active sites of some enzymes of environmental importance

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL RESEARCH-S
    4. Takacs, M; Rakhely, G; Kovacs, KL
      Molecular characterization and heterologous expression of hypCD, the firsttwo [NiFe] hydrogenase accessory genes of Thermococcus litoralis

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    5. 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
    6. Vignais, PM; Billoud, B; Meyer, J
      Classification and phylogeny of hydrogenases

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    7. Leonhartsberger, S; Huber, A; Lottspeich, F; Bock, A
      The hydH/G genes from Escherichia coli code for a zinc and lead responsivetwo-component regulatory system

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    8. 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
    9. 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
    10. Niu, S; Hall, NB
      Modeling the active sites in metalloenzymes 5. The heterolytic bond cleavage of H-2 in the [NiFe] hydrogenase of Desulfovibrio gigas by a nucleophilic addition mechanism

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    11. 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
    12. Li, SH; Hall, MB
      Modeling the active sites of metalloenzymes. 4. Predictions of the unreadystates of [NiFe] Desulfovibrio gigas hydrogenase from density functional theory

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    13. Magalon, A; Blokesch, M; Zehelein, E; Bock, A
      Fidelity of metal insertion into hydrogenases

      FEBS LETTERS
    14. Paschos, A; Class, RS; Bock, A
      Carbamoylphosphate requirement for synthesis of the active center of [NiFe]-hydrogenases

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

      COORDINATION CHEMISTRY REVIEWS
    16. Nicolet, Y; de Lacey, AL; Vernede, X; Fernandez, VM; Hatchikian, EC; Fontecilla-Camps, JC
      Crystallographic and FTIR spectroscopic evidence of changes in Fe coordination upon reduction of the active site of the Fe-only hydrogenase from Desulfovibrio desulfuricans

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    17. Rauchfuss, TB; Contakes, SM; Hsu, SCN; Reynolds, MA; Wilson, SR
      The influence of cyanide on the carbonylation of iron(II): Synthesis of Fe-SR-CN-CO centers related to the hydrogenase active sites

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    18. Cao, ZX; Hall, MB
      Modeling the active sites in metalloenzymes. 3. Density functional calculations on models for [Fe]-hydrogenase: Structures and vibrational frequencies of the observed redox forms and the reaction mechanism at the diiron active center

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    19. Rocchini, E; Rigo, P; Mezzetti, A; Stephan, T; Morris, RH; Lough, AJ; Forde, CE; Fong, TP; Drouin, SD
      Synthesis and properties of iron-group hydrido-cyano complexes trans-[MH(CN)(L)(2)], M = Fe, Ru or Os, L = diphosphine, and their hydrogen, trifluoroboron and triphenylboron isocyanide derivatives of the type trans-[MH(CNH)(L)(2)]O3SCF3, trans-[MH(CNBX3)(L)(2)], X = F or Ph, and trans-[M(H-2)(CNBF3)-(dppp)(2)]BF4 [dppp = Ph2P(CH2)(3)PPh2]

      JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-DALTON TRANSACTIONS
    20. Bingemann, R; Pierik, AJ; Klein, A
      Influence of the fusion of two subunits of the F-420-non-reducing hydrogenase of Methanococcus voltae on its biochemical properties

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    21. Wu, LF; Chanal, A; Rodrigue, A
      Membrane targeting and translocation of bacterial hydrogenases

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    22. Theodoratou, E; Paschos, A; Mintz-Weber, S; Bock, A
      Analysis of the cleavage site specificity of the endopeptidase involved inthe maturation of the large subunit of hydrogenase 3 from Escherichia coli

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    23. Erkizia, E; Conry, RR
      Synthesis and characterization of square planar nickel(II) - Arylthiolate complexes with the biphenyl-2,2 '-dithiolate ligand

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    24. 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
    25. Albracht, SPJ; Hedderich, R
      Learning from hydrogenases: location of a proton pump and of a second FMN in bovine NADH-ubiquinone oxidoreductase (Complex I)

      FEBS LETTERS
    26. Friedrich, T; Scheide, D
      The respiratory complex I of bacteria, archaea and eukarya and its module common with membrane-bound multisubunit hydrogenases

      FEBS LETTERS
    27. Magalon, A; Bock, A
      Dissection of the maturation reactions of the [NiFe] hydrogenase 3 from Escherichia coli taking place after nickel incorporation

      FEBS LETTERS
    28. 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
    29. Theodoratou, E; Paschos, A; Magalon, A; Fritsche, E; Huber, R; Bock, A
      Nickel serves as a substrate recognition motif for the endopeptidase involved in hydrogenase maturation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    30. 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
    31. Darensbourg, MY; Lyon, EJ; Smee, JJ
      The bio-organometallic chemistry of active site iron in hydrogenases

      COORDINATION CHEMISTRY REVIEWS
    32. Mattsson, U; Sellstedt, A
      Hydrogenase in Frankia KB5: Expression of and relation to nitrogenase

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    33. 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
    34. 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
    35. 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
    36. Kersting, B
      Control of reactivity of dinuclear nickel(II) amine-thiolate complexes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    37. Kersting, B; Steinfeld, G; Hausmann, J
      Reactions at the N2Ni(mu(2)-SR)(2)NiN2 core in dinuclear nickel(II) amine-thiolate complexes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    38. 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
    39. Nicolet, Y; Piras, C; Legrand, P; Hatchikian, CE; Fontecilla-Camps, JC
      Desulfovibrio desulfuricans iron hydrogenase: the structure shows unusual coordination to an active site Fe binuclear center

      STRUCTURE WITH FOLDING & DESIGN
    40. 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
    41. 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
    42. Fong, TP; Forde, CE; Lough, AJ; Morris, RH; Rigo, P; Rocchini, E; Stephan, T
      Synthesis of the acidic dihydrogen complexes trans-[M(H-2)(CN)L-2](+) and trans-[M(H-2)(CNH)L-2](2+) where M = Fe, Ru, Os and L = dppm, dppe, dppp, depe, and dihydrogen substitution by the trifluoromethanesulfonate anion to give trans-[Ru(OTf)(CN)L-2] or trans-[Ru(OTf)(CNH)L-2]OTf

      JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-DALTON TRANSACTIONS
    43. Page, CC; Moser, CC; Chen, XX; Dutton, PL
      Natural engineering principles of electron tunnelling in biological oxidation-reduction

      NATURE
    44. Fritsche, E; Paschos, A; Beisel, HG; Bock, A; Huber, R
      Crystal structure of the hydrogenase maturating endopeptidase HYBD from Escherichia coli

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    45. Pierik, AJ; Roseboom, W; Happe, RP; Bagley, KA; Albracht, SPJ
      Carbon monoxide and cyanide as intrinsic ligands to iron in the active site of [NiFe]-hydrogenases - NiFe(CN)(2)CO, biology's way to activate H-2

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    46. Hatchikian, EC; Magro, V; Forget, N; Nicolet, Y; Fontecilla-Camps, JC
      Carboxy-terminal processing of the large subunit of [Fe] hydrogenase from Desulfovibrio desulfuricans ATCC 7757

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    47. King, PW; Przybyla, AE
      Response of hya expression to external pH in Escherichia coli

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    48. Desrochers, PJ; Cutts, RW; Rice, PK; Golden, ML; Graham, JB; Barclay, TM; Cordes, AW
      Characteristics of five-coordinate nickel-cysteine centers

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    49. 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
    50. Massanz, C; Fliedrich, B
      Amino acid replacements at the H-2-activating site of the NAD-reducing hydrogenase from Alcaligenes eutrophus

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    51. 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
    52. Higuchi, Y; Yagi, T
      Liberation of hydrogen sulfide during the catalytic action of Desulfovibrio hydrogenase under the atmosphere of hydrogen

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    53. 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
    54. Niu, SQ; Thomson, LM; Hall, MB
      Theoretical characterization, of the reaction intermediates in a model of the nickel-iron hydrogenase of Desulfovibrio gigas

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    55. Brugna, M; Giudici-Orticoni, MT; Spinelli, S; Brown, K; Tegoni, M; Bruschi, M
      Kinetics and interaction studies between cytochrome c(3) and Fe-only hydrogenase from Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough

      PROTEINS-STRUCTURE FUNCTION AND GENETICS
    56. WOLF I; BUHRKE T; DERNEDDE J; POHLMANN A; FRIEDRICH B
      DUPLICATION OF HYP GENES INVOLVED IN MATURATION OF [NIFE] HYDROGENASES IN ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS H16

      Archives of microbiology
    57. BUHRKE T; FRIEDRICH B
      HOXX(HYPX) IS A FUNCTIONAL MEMBER OF THE ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS HYP GENE-CLUSTER

      Archives of microbiology
    58. Adams, MWW; Stiefel, EI
      Biochemistry - Biological hydrogen production: Not so elementary

      SCIENCE
    59. SELLMANN D; GOTTSCHALKGAUDIG T; HEINEMANN FW
      TRANSITION-METAL COMPLEXES WITH SULFUR LIGANDS - 130 - SYNTHESIS, STRUCTURE, AND REACTIVITY OF THE SULFUR-RICH RUTHENIUM HYDRIDE COMPLEXES [RU(H)(PR3)(S-4)(-) AND THE ETA(2)-H-2 COMPLEX [RU(H-2)(PCY3)(S-4)] (R= PH, PR-I, CY S-4(2-) = 1,2-BIS((2-MERCAPTOPHENYL)THIO)ETHANE(2-))

      Inorganic chemistry
    60. PIERIK AJ; SCHMELZ M; LENZ O; FRIEDRICH B; ALBRACHT SPJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ACTIVE-SITE OF A HYDROGEN SENSOR FROM ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS

      FEBS letters
    61. PFEIFFER M; BINGEMANN R; KLEIN A
      FUSION OF 2 SUBUNITS DOES NOT IMPAIR THE FUNCTION OF A [NIFESE]-HYDROGENASE IN THE ARCHAEON METHANOCOCCUS-VOLTAE

      European journal of biochemistry
    62. SARGENT F; BALLANTINE SP; RUGMAN PA; PALMER T; BOXER DH
      REASSIGNMENT OF THE GENE ENCODING THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI HYDROGENASE-2 SMALL-SUBUNIT - IDENTIFICATION OF A SOLUBLE PRECURSOR OF THE SMALL-SUBUNIT IN A HYPB MUTANT

      European journal of biochemistry
    63. DRAPAL N; BOCK A
      INTERACTION OF THE HYDROGENASE ACCESSORY PROTEIN HYPC WITH HYCE, THE LARGE SUBUNIT OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI HYDROGENASE-3 DURING ENZYME MATURATION

      Biochemistry
    64. LAI CH; LEE WZ; MILLER ML; REIBENSPIES JH; DARENSBOURG DJ; DARENSBOURG MY
      RESPONSES OF THE FE(CN)(2)(CO) UNIT TO ELECTRONIC CHANGES AS RELATED TO ITS ROLE IN [NIFE]HYDROGENASE

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    65. WAWER C; JETTEN MSM; MUYZER G
      GENETIC DIVERSITY AND EXPRESSION OF THE [NIFE] HYDROGENASE LARGE-SUBUNIT GENE OF DESULFOVIBRIO SPP. IN ENVIRONMENTAL-SAMPLES

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    66. BERNHARD M; BENELLI B; HOCHKOEPPLER A; ZANNONI D; FRIEDRICH B
      FUNCTIONAL AND STRUCTURAL ROLE OF THE CYTOCHROME-B SUBUNIT OF THE MEMBRANE-BOUND HYDROGENASE COMPLEX OF ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS H16

      European journal of biochemistry
    67. SORGENFREI O; DUIN EC; KLEIN A; ALBRACHT SPJ
      CHANGES IN THE ELECTRONIC-STRUCTURE AROUND NI IN OXIDIZED AND REDUCEDSELENIUM-CONTAINING HYDROGENASES FROM METHANOCOCCUS-VOLTAE

      European journal of biochemistry
    68. MASSANZ C; FERNANDEZ VM; FRIEDRICH B
      C-TERMINAL EXTENSION OF THE H-2-ACTIVATING SUBUNIT, HOXH, DIRECTS MATURATION OF THE NAD-REDUCING HYDROGENASE IN ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS

      European journal of biochemistry
    69. LAI CH; REIBENSPIES JH; DARENSBOURG MY
      THIOLATE BRIDGED NICKEL-IRON COMPLEXES CONTAINING BOTH IRON(0) AND IRON(II) CARBONYLS

      Angewandte Chemie, International Edition in English
    70. THIEMERMANN S; DERNEDDE J; BERNHARD M; SCHROEDER W; MASSANZ C; FRIEDRICH B
      CARBOXYL-TERMINAL PROCESSING OF THE CYTOPLASMIC NAD-REDUCING HYDROGENASE OF ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS REQUIRES THE HOXW GENE-PRODUCT

      Journal of bacteriology
    71. BERNHARD M; SCHWARTZ E; RIETDORF J; FRIEDRICH B
      THE ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS MEMBRANE-BOUND HYDROGENASE GENE LOCUS ENCODES FUNCTIONS INVOLVED IN MATURATION AND ELECTRON-TRANSPORT COUPLING

      Journal of bacteriology
    72. ZORIN NA; DIMON B; GAGNON J; GAILLARD J; CARRIER P; VIGNAIS PM
      INHIBITION BY IODOACETAMIDE AND ACETYLENE OF THE H-D-EXCHANGE REACTION CATALYZED BY THIOCAPSA-ROSEOPERSICINA HYDROGENASE

      European journal of biochemistry
    73. DERNEDDE J; EITINGER T; PATENGE N; FRIEDRICH B
      HYP GENE-PRODUCTS IN ALCALIGENES-EUTROPHUS ARE PART OF A HYDROGENASE-MATURATION SYSTEM

      European journal of biochemistry
    74. DERVARTANIAN ME; MENON NK; PRZYBYLA AE; PECK HD; DERVARTANIAN DV
      ELECTRON-PARAMAGNETIC-RESONANCE (EPR) STUDIES ON HYDROGENASE-1 (HYD1)PURIFIED FROM A MUTANT STRAIN (AP6) OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI ENHANCED IN HYD1

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    75. MEDINA M; HATCHIKIAN EC; CAMMACK R
      STUDIES OF LIGHT-INDUCED NICKEL EPR SIGNALS IN HYDROGENASE - COMPARISON OF ENZYMES WITH AND WITHOUT SELENIUM

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    76. HATCHIKIAN EC; FORGET N; BERNADAC A; ALAZARD D; OLLIVIER B
      INVOLVEMENT OF A SINGLE PERIPLASMIC HYDROGENASE FOR BOTH HYDROGEN UPTAKE AND PRODUCTION IN SOME DESULFOVIBRIO SPECIES

      Research in microbiology
    77. WAWER C; RUGGEBERG H; MEYER G; MUYZER G
      A SIMPLE AND RAPID ELECTROPHORESIS METHOD TO DETECT SEQUENCE VARIATION IN PCR-AMPLIFIED DNA FRAGMENTS

      Nucleic acids research
    78. WAWER C; MUYZER G
      GENETIC DIVERSITY OF DESULFOVIBRIO SPP IN ENVIRONMENTAL-SAMPLES ANALYZED BY DENATURING GRADIENT GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS OF [NIFE] HYDROGENASE GENE FRAGMENTS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    79. VOLBEDA A; CHARON MH; PIRAS C; HATCHIKIAN EC; FREY M; FONTECILLACAMPS JC
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE NICKEL-IRON HYDROGENASE FROM DESULFOVIBRIO-GIGAS

      Nature
    80. MICHEL R; MASSANZ C; KOSTKA S; RICHTER M; FIEBIG K
      BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF THE 8-HYDROXY-5-DEAZAFLAVIN-REACTIVE HYDROGENASE FROM METHANOSARCINA-BARKERI FUSARO

      European journal of biochemistry
    81. MAIER T; LOTTSPEICH F; BOCK A
      GTP HYDROLYSIS BY HYPB IS ESSENTIAL FOR NICKEL INSERTION INTO HYDROGENASES OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      European journal of biochemistry
    82. ROSSMANN R; MAIER T; LOTTSPEICH F; BOCK A
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A PROTEASE FROM ESCHERICHIA-COLI INVOLVED IN HYDROGENASE MATURATION

      European journal of biochemistry
    83. HAHN D; KUCK U
      BIOCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR-GENETIC BASIS OF HYDROGENASES

      Process biochemistry
    84. HAHN D; KUCK U
      BIOCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR-GENETIC BASIS OF HYDROGENASES

      Process biochemistry
    85. FU CL; MAIER RJ
      ORGANIZATION OF THE HYDROGENASE GENE-CLUSTER FROM BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM - SEQUENCES AND ANALYSIS OF 5 MORE HYDROGENASE-RELATED GENES

      Gene
    86. FU CL; MAIER RJ
      SEQUENCE AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 3 GENES WITHIN THE HYDROGENASE GENE-CLUSTER OF BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM

      Gene
    87. COLBEAU A; KOVACS KL; CHABERT J; VIGNAIS PM
      CLONING AND SEQUENCES OF THE STRUCTURAL (HUPSLC) AND ACCESSORY (HUPDHI) GENES FOR HYDROGENASE BIOSYNTHESIS IN THIOCAPSA-ROSEOPERSICINA

      Gene
    88. DU LS; TIBELIUS KH; SOUZA EM; GARG RP; YATES MG
      SEQUENCES, ORGANIZATION AND ANALYSIS OF THE HUPZMNOQRTV GENES FROM THE AZOTOBACTER-CHROOCOCCUM HYDROGENASE GENE-CLUSTER

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    89. GARG RP; MENON AL; JACOBS K; ROBSON RM; ROBSON RL
      THE HYPE GENE COMPLETES THE GENE-CLUSTER FOR H-2-OXIDATION IN AZOTOBACTER-VINELANDII

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    90. BRONDSTED L; ATLUNG T
      ANAEROBIC REGULATION OF THE HYDROGENASE-1 (HYA) OPERON OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Journal of bacteriology
    91. ROSSMANN R; SAUTER M; LOTTSPEICH F; BOCK A
      MATURATION OF THE LARGE SUBUNIT (HYCE) OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI HYDROGENASE 3 REQUIRES NICKEL INCORPORATION FOLLOWED BY C-TERMINAL PROCESSING ATARG537

      European journal of biochemistry
    92. BAGLEY KA; VANGARDEREN CJ; CHEN M; DUIN EC; ALBRACHT SPJ; WOODRUFF WH
      INFRARED STUDIES ON THE INTERACTION OF CARBON-MONOXIDE WITH DIVALENT NICKEL IN HYDROGENASE FROM CHROMATIUM-VINOSUM

      Biochemistry
    93. VANSOOM C; BROWAEYS J; VERRETH C; VANDERLEYDEN J
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE ANALYSIS OF 4 GENES, HUPC, HUPD, HUPF AND HUPG, DOWNSTREAM OF THE HYDROGENASE STRUCTURAL GENES IN BRADYRHIZOBIUM-JAPONICUM

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    94. ALBRACHT SPJ
      INTIMATE-RELATIONSHIPS OF THE LARGE AND THE SMALL SUBUNITS OF ALL NICKEL HYDROGENASES WITH 2 NUCLEAR-ENCODED SUBUNITS OF MITOCHONDRIAL NADH- UBIQUINONE OXIDOREDUCTASE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta


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