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    1. Li, ZQ; Neufield, GJ
      Kinetic studies on mitochondrial F-1-ATPase from crayfish (Orconectes virilis) gills

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    2. Contessi, S; Tanfani, F; Scire, A; Mavelli, I; Lippe, G
      Effects of Fe(III) binding to the nucleotide-independent site of F-1-ATPase: enzyme thermostability and response to activating anions

      FEBS LETTERS
    3. Crampton, DJ; LoBrutto, R; Frasch, WD
      Identification of the P-loop lysine as a metal ligand in the absence of nucleotide at catalytic site 3 of chloroplast F-1-ATPase from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Possmayer, FE; Hartog, AF; Berden, JA; Graber, P
      Covalent modification of the non-catalytic sites of the H+-ATPase from chloroplasts with 2-azido-[alpha-P-32]ATP and its effect on ATP synthesis and ATP hydrolysis

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOMEMBRANES
    5. Berger, G; Girault, G; Zimmermann, JL
      Use of HPLC for the study of ADP binding to chloroplast ATPase. I. Influence of experimental conditions and proposition of mechanism

      JOURNAL OF LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY & RELATED TECHNOLOGIES
    6. Berger, G; Girault, G; Zimmermann, JL
      Use of HPLC for the study of ADP binding to chloroplast ATPase. II. Its effect on enzymatic activity

      JOURNAL OF LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY & RELATED TECHNOLOGIES
    7. Kagawa, Y; Hamamoto, T; Endo, H
      The alpha/beta interfaces of alpha(1)beta(1), alpha(3)beta(3), and F-1: Domain motions and elastic energy stored during gamma rotation

      JOURNAL OF BIOENERGETICS AND BIOMEMBRANES
    8. Vogel, PD
      Insights into ATP synthase structure and function using affinity and site-specific spin labeling

      JOURNAL OF BIOENERGETICS AND BIOMEMBRANES
    9. Senior, AE; Nadanaciva, S; Weber, J
      Rate acceleration of ATP hydrolysis by F1Fo-ATP synthase

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Vinogradov, AD
      Steady-state and pre-steady-state kinetics of the mitochondrial F1Fo ATPase: Is ATP synthase a reversible molecular machine?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    11. Parra, KJ; Keenan, KL; Kane, PM
      The H subunit (Vma13p) of the yeast V-ATPase inhibits the ATPase activity of cytosolic V-1 complexes

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Gunther, S; Huchzermeyer, B
      Nucleotide binding of an ADP analog to cooperating sites of chloroplast F-1-ATPase (CF1)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Kersten, MV; Dunn, SD; Wise, JG; Vogel, PD
      Site-directed spin-labeling of the catalytic sites yields insight into structural changes within the F0F1-ATP synthase of Escherichia coli

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    14. Possmayer, FE; Hartog, AF; Berden, JA; Graber, P
      Covalent modification of the catalytic sites of the H+-ATPase from chloroplasts with 2-nitreno-ADP. Modification of the catalytic site 1 (tight) and catalytic sites 1 and 2 together impairs both uni-site and multi-site catalysis of ATP synthesis and ATP hydrolysis

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    15. Berden, JA; Hartog, AF
      Analysis of the nucleotide binding sites of mitochondrial ATP synthase provides evidence for a two-site catalytic mechanism

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    16. Possmayer, FE; Hartog, AF; Berden, JA; Graber, P
      Covalent modification of the catalytic sites of the H+-ATPase from chloroplasts, CF0F1, with 2-azido-[alpha-P-32]ADP: modification of the catalytic site 2 (loose) and the catalytic site 3 (open) impairs multi-site, but not uni-site catalysis of both ATP synthesis and ATP hydrolysis

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    17. Amano, T; Matsui, T; Muneyuki, E; Noji, H; Hara, K; Yoshida, M; Hisabori, T
      alpha(3)beta(3)gamma complex of F-1-ATPase from thermophilic Bacillus PS3 can maintain steady-state ATP hydrolysis activity depending on the number of non-catalytic sites

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    18. Tsunoda, SP; Muneyuki, E; Amano, T; Yoshida, M; Noji, H
      Cross-linking of two beta subunits in the closed conformation in F-1-ATPase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Ren, H; Dou, C; Stelzer, MS; Allison, WS
      Oxidation of the alpha(3)(beta D311C/R333C)(3)gamma subcomplex of the thermophilic Bacillus PS3F(1)-ATPase indicates that only two beta subunits can exist in the closed conformation simultaneously

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Bald, D; Muneyuki, E; Amano, T; Kruip, J; Hisabori, T; Yoshida, M
      The noncatalytic site-deficient alpha(3)beta(3)gamma subcomplex and F0F1-ATP synthase can continuously catalyse ATP hydrolysis when P-i is present

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    21. Hartog, AF; Berden, JA
      One of the non-exchangeable nucleotides of the mitochondrial F-1-ATPase isbound at a beta-subunit: evidence for a non-rotatory two-site catalytic mechanism

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    22. BERGER G; GIRAULT G; PEZENNEC S; ZIMMERMANN JL
      THE USE OF HPLC FOR THE STUDY OF CHLOROPLAST ATPASE ENZYMATIC-ACTIVITY AND ATP BINDING

      Journal of liquid chromatography & related technologies
    23. MILGROM YM; MURATALIEV MB; BOYER PD
      BI-SITE ACTIVATION OCCURS WITH THE NATIVE AND NUCLEOTIDE-DEPLETED MITOCHONDRIAL F1-ATPASE

      Biochemical journal
    24. UEMURA K; TOKAI H; HIGUCHI T; MURAYAMA H; YAMAMOTO H; ENOMOTO Y; FUJIWARA S; HAMADA J; YOKOTA A
      DISTRIBUTION OF FALLOVER IN THE CARBOXYLASE REACTION AND FALLOVER-INDUCIBLE SITES AMONG RIBULOSE 1,5-BISPHOSPHATE CARBOXYLASE OXYGENASES OFPHOTOSYNTHETIC ORGANISMS/

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    25. VASILYEVA E; FORGAC M
      INTERACTION OF THE CLATHRIN-COATED VESICLE V-ATPASE WITH ADP AND SODIUM-AZIDE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    26. LIPPE G; TANFANI F; DIPANCRAZIO F; CONTESSI S; BERTOLI E; DABBENISALA F
      EFFECT OF INHIBITOR BINDING TO BETA-SUBUNITS OF F(1)ATPASE ON ENZYME THERMOSTABILITY - A KINETIC AND FT-IR SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS

      FEBS letters
    27. Gunther, S; Huchzermeyer, B
      Kinetic properties of a single nucleotide binding site on chloroplast coupling factor 1 (CF1)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    28. VILLAVERDE J; CLADERA J; HARTOG A; BERDEN J; PADROS E; DUNACH M
      NUCLEOTIDE AND MG2-DENATURATION OF MITOCHONDRIAL F-1-ATPASE( DEPENDENCY OF THE THERMAL)

      Biophysical journal
    29. GRODSKY NB; DOU C; ALLISON WS
      MUTATIONS IN THE NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING DOMAIN OF THE ALPHA-SUBUNITS OF THE F1-ATPASE FROM THERMOPHILIC BACILLUS PS3 THAT AFFECT CROSS-TALK BETWEEN NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING SITES

      Biochemistry
    30. WEBER J; WILKEMOUNTS S; HAMMOND ST; SENIOR AE
      TRYPTOPHAN SUBSTITUTIONS SURROUNDING THE NUCLEOTIDE IN CATALYTIC SITES OF F-1-ATPASE

      Biochemistry
    31. LOBAU S; WEBER J; SENIOR AE
      CATALYTIC SITE NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING AND HYDROLYSIS IN F1F0-ATP SYNTHASE

      Biochemistry
    32. Dou, C; Fortes, PAG; Allison, WS
      The alpha(3)(beta Y341W)(3)gamma subcomplex of the F-1-ATPase from the thermophilic Bacillus PS3 fails to dissociate ADP when MgATP is hydrolyzed at a single catalytic site and attains maximal velocity when three catalytic sites are saturated with MgATP

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    33. WEBER J; SENIOR AE
      BINDING OF TNP-ATP AND TNP-ADP TO THE NONCATALYTIC SITES OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI F1-ATPASE

      FEBS letters
    34. DOU C; GRODSKY NB; MATSUI T; YOSHIDA M; ALLISON WS
      ADP-FLUOROALUMINATE COMPLEXES ARE FORMED COOPERATIVELY AT 2 CATALYTICSITES OF WILD-TYPE AND MUTANT ALPHA(3)BETA(3)GAMMA SUBCOMPLEXES OF THE F1-ATPASE FROM THE THERMOPHILIC BACILLUS PS3

      Biochemistry
    35. HARTOG AF; EDEL CM; BRAHAM J; MUIJSERS AO; BERDEN JA
      FSBA MODIFIES BOTH ALPHA-SUBUNIT AND BETA-SUBUNIT OF F1 SPECIFICALLY AND CAN BE BOUND TOGETHER WITH AXP AT THE SAME ALPHA-SUBUNIT

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    36. LOSEL RM; ERBSE AH; NETT JH; WISE JG; BERGER G; GIRAULT G; VOGEL PD
      INVESTIGATING THE STRUCTURE OF NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING SITES ON THE CHLOROPLAST F1-ATPASE USING ELECTRON-SPIN-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY

      SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY
    37. BARZVI D; YOSHIDA M; SHAVIT N
      MODIFICATION OF DOMAINS OF ALPHA-SUBUNIT AND BETA-SUBUNIT OF F1-ATPASE FROM THE THERMOPHYLIC BACTERIUM-PS3, IN THEIR ISOLATED AND ASSOCIATED FORMS, BY 3'-O-(4-BENZOYL)BENZOYL ADENOSINE 5'-TRIPHOSPHATE (BZATP)

      Journal of bioenergetics and biomembranes
    38. ALLISON WS; JAULT JM; DOU C; GRODSKY NB
      DOES THE GAMMA-SUBUNIT MOVE TO AN ABORTIVE POSITION FOR ATP HYDROLYSIS WHEN THE F-1-CENTER-DOT-ADP-CENTER-DOT-MG COMPLEX ISOMERIZES TO THE INACTIVE F-1-ASTERISK-CENTER-DOT-ADP-CENTER-DOT-MG COMPLEX

      Journal of bioenergetics and biomembranes
    39. GRUBER G; CAPALDI RA
      THE TRAPPING OF DIFFERENT CONFORMATIONS OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI F1 ATPASE BY DISULFIDE BOND FORMATION - EFFECT OF NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING AFFINITIES OF THE CATALYTIC SITES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    40. JAULT JM; DOU C; GRODSKY NB; MATSUI T; YOSHIDA M; ALLISON WS
      THE ALPHA(3)BETA(3)GAMMA SUBCOMPLEX OF THE F1-ATPASE FROM THE THERMOPHILIC BACILLUS PS3 WITH THE BETA-T165S SUBSTITUTION DOES NOT ENTRAP INHIBITORY MGADP IN A CATALYTIC SITE DURING TURNOVER

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    41. LIPPE G; POLIZIO F; DIPANCRAZIO F; DABBENISALA F; BORTOLOTTI N; DESIDERI A; MAVELLI I
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BINDING OF FE(III) TO F(1)ATPASE FROM BOVINE HEART-MITOCHONDRIA

      FEBS letters
    42. BEHARRY S; BRAGG PD
      THE BOUND ADENINE-NUCLEOTIDES OF PURIFIED BOVINE MITOCHONDRIAL ATP SYNTHASE

      European journal of biochemistry
    43. WEBER J; SENIOR AE
      F1F0-ATP SYNTHASE - DEVELOPMENT OF DIRECT OPTICAL PROBES OF THE CATALYTIC MECHANISM

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    44. BERDEN JA; HARTOG AF
      NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING SITES IN F1-ATPASE - DIFFERENT POCKETS FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF NUCLEOTIDE ANALOGS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    45. ALLISON WS; JAULT JM; GRODSKY NB; DOU C
      A MODEL FOR ATP HYDROLYSIS CATALYZED BY F-1-ATPASES BASED ON KINETIC AND STRUCTURAL CONSIDERATIONS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    46. BARACCA A; GABELLIERI E; BAROGI S; SOLAINI G
      CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL F-1-ATPASE EPSILON-SUBUNIT INDUCED BY NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING AS OBSERVED BY PHOSPHORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    47. WEBER J; SENIOR AE
      LOCATION AND PROPERTIES OF PYROPHOSPHATE-BINDING SITES IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI F1-ATPASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    48. SYROESHKIN AV; VASILYEVA EA; VINOGRADOV AD
      ATP SYNTHESIS CATALYZED BY THE MITOCHONDRIAL F-1-F-0 ATP SYNTHASE IS NOT A REVERSAL OF ITS ATPASE ACTIVITY

      FEBS letters
    49. MURATALIEV MB
      INTERACTION OF MITOCHONDRIAL F1-ATPASE WITH TRINITROPHENYL DERIVATIVES OF ATP - PHOTOAFFINITY-LABELING OF BINDING-SITES WITH 2-AZIDO-2',3'-O-(4,6-TRINITROPHENYL)ADENOSINE 5'-TRIPHOSPHATE

      European journal of biochemistry
    50. PEZENNEC S; BERGER G; ANDRIANAMBININTSOA S; RADZISZEWSKI N; GIRAULT G; GALMICHE JM; BAUERLEIN E
      KINETICS OF ATP HYDROLYSIS BY THE F1-ATPASE FROM BACILLUS PS3 - A REAPPRAISAL OF THE EFFECTS OF ATP AND MG2+

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    51. EDEL CM; HARTOG AF; BERDEN JA
      ANALYSIS OF THE INHIBITORY NONCATALYTIC ADP BINDING-SITE ON MITOCHONDRIAL F1, USING NAP(3)-2N(3)ADP AS PROBE - EFFECTS OF THE MODIFICATION ON ATPASE AND ITPASE ACTIVITY

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    52. MICHEL L; GARIN J; VINCON M; GAGNON J; VIGNAIS P
      MAPPING OF THE PYROPHOSPHATE BINDING-SITES OF BEEF-HEART MITOCHONDRIAL F1-ATPASE BY PHOTOLABELING WITH AZIDONITROPHENYL [ALPHA-P-32]PYROPHOSPHATE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    53. IRABURU MJ; LOPEZZABALZA MJ; SANTIAGO E
      CATALYTIC AND REGULATORY SITES IN CF1

      Revista Espanola de Fisiologia
    54. YOKOTA A; HIGASHIOKA M; TAIRA T; USUDA H; WADANO A; MURAYAMA H
      BINDING OF RIBULOSE 1,5-BISPHOSPHATE TO THE NONCATALYTIC SITES OF RIBULOSE 1,5-BISPHOSPHATE CARBOXYLASE OXYGENASE AND ITS METABOLIC IMPLICATIONS/

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    55. COTE RH; BOWNDS MD; ARSHAVSKY VY
      CGMP BINDING-SITES ON PHOTORECEPTOR PHOSPHODIESTERASE - ROLE IN FEEDBACK-REGULATION OF VISUAL TRANSDUCTION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    56. BURGARD S; NETT JH; SAUER HE; KAGAWA Y; SCHAFER HJ; WISE JG; VOGEL PD; TROMMER WE
      EFFECTS OF MAGNESIUM-IONS ON THE RELATIVE CONFORMATION OF NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING SITES OF F-1-ATPASES AS STUDIED BY ELECTRON-SPIN-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    57. JAULT JM; ALLISON WS
      ADP TETHERED TO TYROSINE-BETA-345 AT THE CATALYTIC SITE OF THE BOVINEHEART F1-ATPASE IS CONVERTED TO TETHERED AMP BY MG2-DEPENDENT HYDROLYSIS WHEN THE ENZYME IS PHOTOINACTIVATED WITH 2-N-3-ADP()

      FEBS letters
    58. SCHAFER HJ; RATHGEBER G; SCHUHEN A; BERZBORN RJ
      PHOTOAFFINITY CROSS-LINKING OF F(1)ATPASE FROM SPINACH-CHLOROPLASTS BY 3'-ARYLAZIDO-BETA-ALANYL-8-AZIDO ATP

      FEBS letters
    59. MARTINS IS; PENEFSKY HS
      COVALENT MODIFICATION OF CATALYTIC SITES ON MEMBRANE-BOUND BEEF-HEARTMITOCHONDRIAL ATPASE BY 2-AZIDO-ADENINE NUCLEOTIDES

      European journal of biochemistry
    60. MUELLER DM; INDYK V; MCGILL L
      ATPASE KINETICS FOR WILD-TYPE SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE F1-ATPASE AND F1-ATPASE WITH THE BETA-SUBUNIT THR197-]SER MUTATION

      European journal of biochemistry
    61. PAIK SR; JAULT JM; ALLISON WS
      INHIBITION AND INACTIVATION OF THE F(1)-ADENOSINE-TRIPHOSPHATASE FROMBACILLUS PS3 BY DEQUALINIUM AND ACTIVATION OF THE ENZYME BY LAURYL DIMETHYLAMINE OXIDE

      Biochemistry
    62. JAULT JM; KAIBARA C; YOSHIDA M; GARROD S; ALLISON WS
      PROBING THE SPECIFICITY OF NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING TO THE F1-ATPASE FROM THERMOPHILIC BACILLUS PS3 AND ITS ISOLATED ALPHA-SUBUNIT AND BETA-SUBUNIT WITH 2-N3-[BETA,GAMMA-P-32]ATP

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    63. JAULT JM; DIVITA G; ALLISON WS; DIPIETRO A
      GLUTAMINE-170 TO TYROSINE SUBSTITUTION IN YEAST MITOCHONDRIAL-F(1) BETA-SUBUNIT INCREASES CATALYTIC SITE INTERACTION WITH GDP AND IDP AND PRODUCES NEGATIVE COOPERATIVITY OF GTP AND ITP HYDROLYSIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    64. WANG ZY; FREIRE E; MCCARTY RE
      INFLUENCE OF NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING SITE OCCUPANCY ON THE THERMAL-STABILITY OF THE F(1) PORTION OF THE CHLOROPLAST ATP SYNTHASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    65. HISABORI T; MOCHIZUKI K
      MAGNESIUM REGULATES BOTH THE NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING AND THE ENZYME-ACTIVITY OF ISOLATED CHLOROPLAST COUPLING FACTOR-1

      Journal of Biochemistry
    66. BULYGIN VV; SYROESHKIN AV; VINOGRADOV AD
      NUCLEOTIDE H-DEPENDENT CHANGE IN MG2+ AFFINITY AT THE ATPASE INHIBITORY SITE OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL F1-F0 ATP SYNTHASE()

      FEBS letters
    67. FALSON P; PENIN F; DIVITA G; LAVERGNE JP; DIPIETRO A; GOODY RS; GAUTHERON DC
      FUNCTIONAL NUCLEOTIDE-BINDING DOMAIN IN THE F(1)F(0)-ATPSYNTHASE ALPHA-SUBUNIT FROM THE YEAST SCHIZOSACCHAROMYCES-POMBE

      Biochemistry
    68. GROTH G; JUNGE W
      PROTON SLIP OF THE CHLOROPLAST ATPASE - ITS NUCLEOTIDE DEPENDENCE, ENERGETIC THRESHOLD, AND RELATION TO AN ALTERNATING SITE MECHANISM OF CATALYSIS

      Biochemistry


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