Dioxygen Binding and Activation Mediated by Transition Metal Porphyrinoid Complexes
Design and Engineering of Heme Enzymes With O
2-dependent Catalytic Activity
Myoglobin Derivatives Reconstituted with Modified Metal Porphyrinoids as Structural and Functional Models of the Cytochrome P450 Enzymes
Investigating Heme Enzymes with Expanded Genetic Codes
What Drives the Rate-determining Step for Oxygen Atom Transfer by Heme Compound I?
Oxygen Activation and Long-range Electron Transfer in MauG
Structure, Function and Regulation of Human Heme-based Dioxygenases
2-dependent Heme Enzymes: A Quick Guide for Non-experts
Structures of Human Cytochrome P450 Enzymes: Variations on a Theme
Controlling the Regio- and Stereoselectivity of Cytochrome P450 Monooxygenases by Protein Engineering
Conformational Changes in Cytochrome P450cam and the Effector Role of Putidaredoxin
Oxygen Reduction and Proton Translocation by Respiratory Cytochrome
Structure and Function of Membrane-bound Bacterial Nitric Oxide Reductases
Mechanisms of Nitric Oxide Sensing and Detoxification by Bacterial Hemoproteins
About this book
Aerobic organisms have evolved to utilise the intrinsic oxidising power of oxygen from the atmosphere. This so-called 'activation' of oxygen is often catalysed by a heme-containing enzyme. This book highlights the many and varied catalytic activities of O2-dependent heme–iron enzymes, including monoxygenases and cytochrome P450, dioxygenases, oxidases and model heme systems.
Dioxygen-dependent Heme Enzymes will be a useful resource for postgraduate students and researchers in biochemistry and metallobiology working in, or moving into, research areas involving heme proteins.