Iron-Sulfur Proteins, 47
- Richard Cammack, King's College, U.K.
Researchers in inorganic chemistry.
- Published: May 1999
- Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-12-023647-3
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Table of ContentsJuan C.Fontecilla and S. Ragsdale, Nickel/Iron-Sulfur Active Sites. Bruno Guigliarelli and Patrick Bertrand, Application of EPR Spectroscopy to the Structural and Functional Study of Iron-Sulfur Proteins. Michael K. Johnson, Randall E. Duderstadt, and Evert C. Duin, Biological and Synthetic [3Fe-4S] Clusters. T. A. Link, The Structure of the Rieske Protein. Barry E. Smith, Structure, Function, and Biosynthesis of the Metallo-Sulphur Clusters in Nitrogenases. Alexander F. Arendsen and Peter F. Lindley, Search for a Prismane Fe-S Protein. W. Nitschke, Iron Sulfur Proteins in Photosynthesis. Ivano Bertini, Antonio Rosato, and C. Luchinat, NMR Studies on Fe-S Proteins. Jose J. G. Moura, Isabel Moura, Pedro Tavares, and Alice Pereira, Simple and Complex Fe-S Proteins Isolated from Sulfate Reducers.