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B12 Biosynthesis and B12 Chaperones
1. Martin Warren University of Kent, U.K.
Biosynthesis of corrinoids
2. Amrita Hazra IISER Pune, India
"Guardian of cobamide diversity: probing the role of CobT in lower ligand activation in the biosynthesis of vitamin B12 and other cobamide cofactors"
3. Michiko Taga University of California, Berkeley
" Purification and Detection of Vitamin B12 Analogs"
4. Jorge Escalante-Semerena University of Georgia
"A method for the efficient adenosylation of corrinoids"
5. Jorge Escalante-Semerena University of Georgia
"A method for the production, purification and liposome reconstitution of cobamide synthase"
6. Jorge Escalante-Semerena University of Georgia
"A method for the Isolation of -ribazole from Vitamin B12, and its Enzymatic Conversion to -ribazole 5’-phosphate"
7. Ruma Banerjee University of Michigan
"The human B12 trafficking chaperones: CblC, CblD and ATR"
8. Bernhard Kräutler University of Innsbruck, Austria
"Synthesis and applications of "antivitamin" B12 derivatives"
B12-dependent enzyme reactions:
9. Tetsuo Toraya Okayama University, Japan
"Coenzyme B12-dependent eliminases: Diol and glycerol dehydratases and ethanolamine ammonia-lyase"
10. Tetsuo Toraya Okayama University, Japan
"Reactivating chaperones for coenzyme B12-dependent eliminases: Diol and glycerol dehydratases and ethanolamine ammonia-lyase"
11. Wolfgang Buckel Marburg University
"Glutamate mutase and 2-methyleneglutarate mutase"
12. Ruma Banerjee University of Michigan
"Human B12 dependent enzymes: Methionine synthase and methylmalonyl-CoA mutase"
13. David Leys Manchester University
"Heterologous production and biophysical characterisation of catabolic Nitratireductor pacificus pht-3B reductive dehalogenase"
14. Nigel Scrutton Manchester University
"An unusual light-sensing function for coenzyme B12 in bacterial transcription regulator CarH"
- No. of pages: 390
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Academic Press 2022
- Published: June 1, 2022
- Imprint: Academic Press
- Hardcover ISBN: 9780323915915
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