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Globins and Other Nitric Oxide-Reactive Proteins, Part A

The critically acclaimed laboratory standard for more than forty years, Methods in Enzymology is one of the most highly respected publications in the field of biochemistry. Since 1955, each volume has been eagerly awaited, frequently consulted, and praised by researchers and reviewers alike. Now with over 400 volumes (all of them still in print), the series contains much material still relevant today—truly an essential publication for researchers in all fields of life sciences. Methods in Enzymology is now available online at ScienceDirect — full-text online of volumes 1 onwards. For more information about the Elsevier Book Series on ScienceDirect Program, please visit: http://www.info.sciencedirect.com/bookseries/This volume features methods for the study of globin and other nitric oxide-reactive proteins.

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Hardbound, 672 Pages

Published: February 2008

Imprint: Academic Press

ISBN: 978-0-12-374277-3

Contents

  • Section I. Nitric Oxide: Chemical and Analytical MethodsChapter 1The Chemistry of Nitric Oxide and Related SpeciesMartin H. HughesChapter 2Delivery of nitric oxide for analysis of the function of cytochrome c’.Lindsay J. Cole, Wilhelmina M. Huston, and James W.B. MoirChapter 3The preparation and purification of NO gas and the use of NO releasers. The application of NO donors and other agents of nitrosative stress in biological systems Rubina G. Aga and Martin N. HughesChapter 4The Chemistry of Peroxynitrite – Implications for Biological ActivitySara Goldstein and Gabor MerényiChapter 5Nitric Oxide (NO) Selective ElectrodesIan R. Davies, Xueji ZhangChapter 6NO, N2O and O2 Reaction Kinetics: Scope and Limitations of the Clark ElectrodeL.A.M. Pouvreau, M. J. F. Strampraad, S. Van Berloo, J. H. Kattenberg and S. de VriesChapter 7Chemiluminescence quantification of Nitric oxide and its derivatives in liquid samplesJay R. Laver, Tânia M. Stevanin, Robert C. ReadSection II. Bacterial and Archaeal HemoglobinsChapter 8Interactions of nitric oxide with hemoglobin: from microbes to manMichael Angelo, Alfred Hausladen and Jonathan S. StamlerChapter 9Expression and purification of E. coli HmpRobert K. Poole Chapter 10Structural studies on flavohemoglobinsAndrea Ilari and Alberto BoffiChapter 11Flavohemoglobin of Staphylococcus aureusLígia S. Nobre, Vera L. Gonçalves and Lígia M. SaraivaChapter 12Assay and Characterization of the Nitric Oxide Dioxygenase Activity of (Flavo)HemoglobinsPaul R. GardnerChapter 13Globin Interactions with Lipids and MembranesAntonio Di Giulio and Alessandra BonamoreChapter 14Assessment of Biotechnologically Relevant Characteristics of Heterologous Hemoglobins in Escherichia coliPauli T. Kallio, Christian J. T. Bollinger, Taija Koskenkorva, and Alexander D. FreyChapter 15Applications of the Vitreoscilla hemoglobin (VHb) gene (vgb) for improved microbial fermentation processesXiao-Xing WEI, Guo-Qiang CHENChapter 16Expression and Purification of Cgb and Ctb, the NO-Inducible Globins of the Foodborne Bacterial Pathogen Campylobacter jejuniJames L. Pickford, Laura Wainwright, Guanghui Wu, Robert K. PooleChapter 17Mapping Heme-Ligand Tunnel in Group I Truncated(2/2) Hemoglobins Alessandra Pesce, Mario Milani, Marco Nardini and Martino BolognesiChapter 18Scavenging of reactive nitrogen species by mycobacterial truncated hemoglobinsPaolo Ascenzi and Paolo ViscaSection III. Other HemoglobinsChapter 19Expression, purification and crystallisation of neuro-and cytoglobinSylvia Dewilde, Kirsten Mees, Laurent Coger, Christophe Lechauve, Michael C. Marden, Alexandra Pesce, Martino Bolognesi, Luc MoneesChapter 20Measurement of distal histidine coordination equilibrium and kinetics in hexacoordinate hemoglobins.Benoit J. Smagghe, Puspita Halder, and Mark S. HargroveChapter 21Purification of Class 1 Plant Hemoglobins and Examination of their Functional PropertiesAbir U. Igamberdiev and Robert D. HillChapter 22Use of in silico (computer) methods to predict and analyze the tertiary structure of plant hemoglobinsSabarinathan Kuttalingam Gopalasubramaniam, Verónica Garrocho-Villegas, Genoveva Bustos Rivera, Nina Pastor and Raúl Arredondo-PeterChapter 23A Self-induction Method to Produce High Quantities of Recombinant Functional Flavo-Leghemoglobin Reductase.Estibaliz Urarte, Iñigo Auzmendi, Selene Rol, Idoia Ariz, Pedro Aparicio-Tejo, Raúl Arredondo-Peter and Jose F. MoranChapter 24Spectroscopic and crystallographic characterization of bis-histidyl adducts in tetrameric hemoglobinsAlessandro Vergara, Luigi Vitagliano, Cinzia Verde, Guido di Prisco, Lelio MazzarellaChapter 25Dinitrosyl Iron Complexes Bound with Haemoglobin as Markers of Oxidative StressKonstantin B. Shumaev, Olga V. Kosmachevskaya, Alexandr A. Timoshin, Anatoly F. Vanin and Alexey F. TopunovChapter 26Linked analysis of large cooperative, allosteric systems: the case of the giant HBL hemoglobinsNadja Hellmann, Roy E. Weberb and Heinz DeckerChapter 27Mass Mapping of Large Globin Complexes by Scanning Transmission Electron MicroscopyJoseph S. Wall, Martha N. Simon, Beth Y. Lin, Serge N. VinogradovChapter 28Mini-Hemoglobins from Nemertean WormsThomas L. Vandergon and Austen F. RiggsChapter 29Comparative and Evolutionary Genomics of Globin Genes in FishEnrico Negrisolo, Luca Bargelloni, Tomaso Patarnello, Catherine Ozouf-Costaz, Eva Pisano, Guido di Prisco, Cinzia VerdeChapter 30Inferring Evolution of Fish Proteins: The Globin Case StudyAgnes Dettai, Guideo de Prisco, Guillaume Lecointre, Elio Parisi, Cinzia VerdeChapter 31Tracing Globin Phylogeny Using PSI-BLAST Searches Based on Groups of Sequences Serge N. Vinogradov

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