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The biological fate of gadolinium-based MRI contrast agents: a call to action for bioinorganic chemists

Gadolinium retention in tissues: description of our state of knowledge, and physical methods to investigate the biological distribution and chemical speciation of retained gadolinium.

Graphical abstract: The biological fate of gadolinium-based MRI contrast agents: a call to action for bioinorganic chemists
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Across the spectrum: integrating multidimensional metal analytics for in situ metallomic imaging

Taking a systems analytical approach to systems biology questions requires a network of multidimensional analytical tools to illuminate the many different functional and structural aspects of metals in biology.

Graphical abstract: Across the spectrum: integrating multidimensional metal analytics for in situ metallomic imaging
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Cadmium exposure during pregnancy and lactation: materno-fetal and newborn repercussions of Cd(II), and Cd–metallothionein complexes

The toxicity of cadmium during pregnancy and lactation causes low zinc levels, metallothionein changes and materno-fetal and newborn alterations.

Graphical abstract: Cadmium exposure during pregnancy and lactation: materno-fetal and newborn repercussions of Cd(ii), and Cd–metallothionein complexes
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Recent advances in arsenic metabolism in plants: current status, challenges and highlighted biotechnological intervention to reduce grain arsenic in rice

Arsenic (As), classified as a “metalloid” element, is well known for its carcinogenicity and other toxic effects to humans.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in arsenic metabolism in plants: current status, challenges and highlighted biotechnological intervention to reduce grain arsenic in rice
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Zinc finger domains as therapeutic targets for metal-based compounds – an update

The design of novel metal-based compounds and the elucidation of the mechanisms of zinc substitution have renewed the possibilities of selective zinc-finger inhibition.

Graphical abstract: Zinc finger domains as therapeutic targets for metal-based compounds – an update
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Is copper a new target to counteract the progression of chronic diseases?

In this review, we highlight the importance of a Cu imbalance in the pathogenesis of several chronic inflammatory diseases.

Graphical abstract: Is copper a new target to counteract the progression of chronic diseases?
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The complex global response to copper in the multicellular bacterium Myxococcus xanthus

Mechanism of action of CorE, a metal-dependent ECF σ factor.

Graphical abstract: The complex global response to copper in the multicellular bacterium Myxococcus xanthus
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Iron–sulfur cluster biosynthesis and trafficking – impact on human disease conditions

Iron–sulfur cluster biogenesis and trafficking enables the function of a number of cellular proteins. As such, mutations or perturbations in these pathways lead to disease states.

Graphical abstract: Iron–sulfur cluster biosynthesis and trafficking – impact on human disease conditions
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Intracellular iron and heme trafficking and metabolism in developing erythroblasts

Vertebrate red blood cells (RBCs) arise from erythroblasts in the human bone marrow through a process known as erythropoiesis.

Graphical abstract: Intracellular iron and heme trafficking and metabolism in developing erythroblasts
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Iron homeostasis in plants – a brief overview

Iron plays a crucial role in biochemistry and is an essential micronutrient for plants and humans alike. Recent progress in the field has led to a better understanding of iron homeostasis in plants, and aided the production of high iron crops for improved human nutrition.

Graphical abstract: Iron homeostasis in plants – a brief overview
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Hepcidin: a real-time biomarker of iron need

There are numerous blood-based biomarkers for assessing iron stores, but all come with certain limitations.

Graphical abstract: Hepcidin: a real-time biomarker of iron need
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Biology and toxicology of tellurium explored by speciation analysis

Recent advances in the speciation and identification of tellurium metabolites in animals and plants by LC-ICP-MS and LC-ESI-MS are reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Biology and toxicology of tellurium explored by speciation analysis
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A ubiquitous metal, difficult to track: towards an understanding of the regulation of titanium(IV) in humans

Molecular mechanisms in the body regulate the cytotoxic properties of titanium(IV) such that Ti(IV) could be bioavailable for cellular functions.

Graphical abstract: A ubiquitous metal, difficult to track: towards an understanding of the regulation of titanium(iv) in humans
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Iron acquisition in fungal pathogens of humans

Fungal pathogens of humans acquire iron by high affinity reductive uptake, the use of siderophores, and by heme acquisition. These systems contribute to virulence to different extents in the pathogens.

Graphical abstract: Iron acquisition in fungal pathogens of humans
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Methanobactins: from genome to function

Recent advances in the biosynthesis, regulation, and transport of methanobactin, a ribosomally produced, post-translationally modified copper-binding natural product.

Graphical abstract: Methanobactins: from genome to function
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Metal-dependent hormone function: the emerging interdisciplinary field of metalloendocrinology

Advances in understanding of hormones and metal micronutrients show critical interactions between the two in a newly-termed field of metalloendocrinology.

Graphical abstract: Metal-dependent hormone function: the emerging interdisciplinary field of metalloendocrinology
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Principles and methods used to grow and optimize crystals of protein–metallodrug adducts, to determine metal binding sites and to assign metal ligands

Examples from the literature and experience in our own laboratory on the characterization of the interactions between biological macromolecules and metal-based drugs are provided.

Graphical abstract: Principles and methods used to grow and optimize crystals of protein–metallodrug adducts, to determine metal binding sites and to assign metal ligands
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Application of imaging mass spectrometry approaches to facilitate metal-based anticancer drug research

Mass spectrometry imaging is being increasingly used in metal-based anticancer drug development to study elemental and/or molecular drug distributions in different biological systems.

Graphical abstract: Application of imaging mass spectrometry approaches to facilitate metal-based anticancer drug research
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Why is it worth testing the ability of zinc to protect against ischaemia reperfusion injury for human application

Ischaemia (interruption in the blood/oxygen supply) and subsequent damage induced by reperfusion (restoration of blood/oxygen supply) ultimately leads to cell death, tissue injury and permanent organ dysfunction.

Graphical abstract: Why is it worth testing the ability of zinc to protect against ischaemia reperfusion injury for human application
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Unexpected therapeutic effects of cisplatin

Mechanisms of cisplatin antineoplastic action are beyond DNA binding. Alternative effects of cisplatin that can support a good therapeutic response are discussed in this review.

Graphical abstract: Unexpected therapeutic effects of cisplatin
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Comparative genomics and metagenomics of the metallomes

Recent achievements and advances in comparative genomic and metagenomic analyses of trace metals were reviewed and discussed.

Graphical abstract: Comparative genomics and metagenomics of the metallomes
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Iron transitions during activation of allosteric heme proteins in cell signaling

Allosteric heme proteins can fulfill a very large number of different functions, thanks to the remarkable chemical versatility of the heme through the entire living kingdom. The involved heme properties include: changes of iron coordination and redox state, heme macrocycle electrostatic interactions and heme distortion.

Graphical abstract: Iron transitions during activation of allosteric heme proteins in cell signaling
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Key aspects of the iodine metabolism in brown algae: a brief critical review

Giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera, pictured here: in Port William, East Falkland, Feb. 2013) has a prolific halogen metabolism.

Graphical abstract: Key aspects of the iodine metabolism in brown algae: a brief critical review
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Transition metal transporters in rhizobia: tuning the inorganic micronutrient requirements to different living styles

Transition metal transporters in rhizobia integrate the requirements of these micronutrients to the specific living styles.

Graphical abstract: Transition metal transporters in rhizobia: tuning the inorganic micronutrient requirements to different living styles
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Cadmium in plants: uptake, toxicity, and its interactions with selenium fertilizers

Cd is the third major contaminant of greatest hazard to the environment after mercury and lead and is considered as the only metal that poses health risks to both humans and animals at plant tissue concentrations that are generally not phytotoxic.

Graphical abstract: Cadmium in plants: uptake, toxicity, and its interactions with selenium fertilizers
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Handling of nutrient copper in the bacterial envelope

The insertion of copper into bacterial cuproenzymes in vivo does not always require a copper-binding metallochaperone – why?

Graphical abstract: Handling of nutrient copper in the bacterial envelope
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Cu and Zn interactions with Aβ peptides: consequence of coordination on aggregation and formation of neurotoxic soluble Aβ oligomers

The coordination chemistry of transition metal ions (Fe, Cu, Zn) with the amyloid-β (Aβ) peptides has attracted a lot of attention in recent years due to its repercussions in Alzheimer's disease (AD).

Graphical abstract: Cu and Zn interactions with Aβ peptides: consequence of coordination on aggregation and formation of neurotoxic soluble Aβ oligomers
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Metallothionein diversity and distribution in the tree of life: a multifunctional protein

Metallothioneins are diverse, but not represented yet in all phyla. Moreover, they play a central role as a [MT:T:TO] protein system.

Graphical abstract: Metallothionein diversity and distribution in the tree of life: a multifunctional protein
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Thiolation in arsenic metabolism: a chemical perspective

A new arsenic metabolic scheme integrating simultaneous methylation and thiolation is proposed.

Graphical abstract: Thiolation in arsenic metabolism: a chemical perspective
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Influence of zinc on glycosaminoglycan neutralisation during coagulation

Zinc released during coagulation increases anticoagulant glycosaminoglycan-neutralisation by histidine-rich glycoprotein, high-molecular weight kininogen, and fibrinogen.

Graphical abstract: Influence of zinc on glycosaminoglycan neutralisation during coagulation
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Iron–sulphur cluster biogenesis via the SUF pathway

Iron–sulphur (Fe–S) clusters are versatile cofactors, which are essential for key metabolic processes in cells, such as respiration and photosynthesis, and which may have also played a crucial role in establishing life on Earth. This review focuses on the most ancient Fe–S cluster assembly system, the sulphur utilization factor (SUF) mechanism.

Graphical abstract: Iron–sulphur cluster biogenesis via the SUF pathway
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Toward a mechanistic understanding of Feo-mediated ferrous iron uptake

The ferrous iron transport (Feo) system is the predominant mode of bacterial Fe2+ import. Advancements in the structure and function of FeoB provide glimpses into the mechanism of Fe2+ uptake.

Graphical abstract: Toward a mechanistic understanding of Feo-mediated ferrous iron uptake
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The significance, trafficking and determination of labile iron in cytosol, mitochondria and lysosomes

Progress in the research of the significance and trafficking of cellular labile iron in different subcellular compartments and the determination of cellular LIP by fluorescent methods have been reviewed.

Graphical abstract: The significance, trafficking and determination of labile iron in cytosol, mitochondria and lysosomes
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From sea squirts to squirrelfish: facultative trace element hyperaccumulation in animals

Facultative trace element hyperaccumulation in animals is reviewed, examining mechanisms of uptake and accumulation, and biological roles.

Graphical abstract: From sea squirts to squirrelfish: facultative trace element hyperaccumulation in animals
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Aquaporins in cancer development: opportunities for bioinorganic chemistry to contribute novel chemical probes and therapeutic agents

Metal ions and complexes can interfere with the transcellular water flow but also with the cellular transport of glycerol and hydrogen peroxide, via inhibition of the ubiquitous aquaporin channels.

Graphical abstract: Aquaporins in cancer development: opportunities for bioinorganic chemistry to contribute novel chemical probes and therapeutic agents
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Human Mn-superoxide dismutase inactivation by peroxynitrite: a paradigm of metal-catalyzed tyrosine nitration in vitro and in vivo

Nitration of human MnSOD at active site Tyr34 represents a biologically-relevant oxidative post-translational modification that causes enzyme inactivation.

Graphical abstract: Human Mn-superoxide dismutase inactivation by peroxynitrite: a paradigm of metal-catalyzed tyrosine nitration in vitro and in vivo
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Interaction of Na+, K+, Mg2+ and Ca2+ counter cations with RNA

Data on the location of alkaline and alkaline earth ions at RNA from crystallography, spectroscopy and computational modeling are reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Interaction of Na+, K+, Mg2+ and Ca2+ counter cations with RNA
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Exploring the alternatives of biological nitrogen fixation

Most biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) results from the activity of the molybdenum nitrogenase (Mo-nitrogenase, Nif), an oxygen-sensitive metalloenzyme complex found in all known diazotrophs.

Graphical abstract: Exploring the alternatives of biological nitrogen fixation
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A unifying view of the broad-spectrum antiviral activity of RSAD2 (viperin) based on its radical-SAM chemistry

A unifying model for the broad-spectrum antiviral activity of a metalloenzyme of the inborn immune system named RSAD2 (viperin) is proposed based on the radical-SAM catalytic activity of the enzyme.

Graphical abstract: A unifying view of the broad-spectrum antiviral activity of RSAD2 (viperin) based on its radical-SAM chemistry
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A glimpse into the regulation of the Wilson disease protein, ATP7B, sheds light on the complexity of mammalian apical trafficking pathways

Wilson disease (WD), a Mendelian disorder of copper metabolism caused by mutations in the ATP7B gene, manifests a large spectrum of phenotypic variability.

Graphical abstract: A glimpse into the regulation of the Wilson disease protein, ATP7B, sheds light on the complexity of mammalian apical trafficking pathways
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Sensors for measuring subcellular zinc pools

Zinc homeostasis is essential for normal cellular function, and defects in this process are associated with a number of diseases including type 2 diabetes (T2D), neurological disorders and cardiovascular disease.

Graphical abstract: Sensors for measuring subcellular zinc pools
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Modulation of thiol-dependent redox system by metal ions via thioredoxin and glutaredoxin systems

Metal and metalloid ions regulate thioredoxin and glutaredoxin system-mediated biological functions by targeting mammalian thioredoxin reductase and mitochondrial glutaredoxin 2&5.

Graphical abstract: Modulation of thiol-dependent redox system by metal ions via thioredoxin and glutaredoxin systems
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Protein networks in the maturation of human iron–sulfur proteins

The maturation of human Fe–S proteins is a complex process involving protein–protein interaction networks distributed across different cellular compartments.

Graphical abstract: Protein networks in the maturation of human iron–sulfur proteins
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Multi-metal-dependent nucleic acid enzymes

Nucleic acid enzymes require metal ions for activity, and many recently discovered enzymes can use multiple metals, either binding to the scissile phosphate or also playing an allosteric role.

Graphical abstract: Multi-metal-dependent nucleic acid enzymes
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Organoselenium compounds as mimics of selenoproteins and thiol modifier agents

Here, we critically review the literature on the capacity of organoselenium compounds to mimic selenoproteins (particularly GPx) and discuss some of the bottlenecks in the field.

Graphical abstract: Organoselenium compounds as mimics of selenoproteins and thiol modifier agents
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Linking iron-deficiency with allergy: role of molecular allergens and the microbiome

Atopic individuals are often iron-deficient and tend to develop a Th2 dominant immune response, resulting in hyperresponsiveness to harmless antigens, termed allergens.

Graphical abstract: Linking iron-deficiency with allergy: role of molecular allergens and the microbiome
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Zinc’ing it out: zinc homeostasis mechanisms and their impact on the pathogenesis of human pathogen group A streptococcus

The ability of Streptococcus pyogenes to resist host-mediated zinc starvation or poisoning is critical for bacterial pathogenesis.

Graphical abstract: Zinc’ing it out: zinc homeostasis mechanisms and their impact on the pathogenesis of human pathogen group A streptococcus
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The mitochondrion: a central architect of copper homeostasis

All known eukaryotes require copper for their development and survival.

Graphical abstract: The mitochondrion: a central architect of copper homeostasis
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Computational approaches for deciphering the equilibrium and kinetic properties of iron transport proteins

Conformational changes in transferrin proteins predicted by molecular simulations.

Graphical abstract: Computational approaches for deciphering the equilibrium and kinetic properties of iron transport proteins
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The elemental role of iron in DNA synthesis and repair

Iron is an essential redox element that functions as a cofactor in many metabolic pathways.

Graphical abstract: The elemental role of iron in DNA synthesis and repair
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Recent structural insights into the function of copper nitrite reductases

Copper nitrite reductases (CuNiRs) catalyse the reduction of nitrite to nitric oxide as part of the denitrification pathway. In this review, we describe insights into CuNiR function from structural studies.

Graphical abstract: Recent structural insights into the function of copper nitrite reductases
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From direct to indirect lithium targets: a comprehensive review of omics data

Metal ions are critical to a wide range of biological processes.

Graphical abstract: From direct to indirect lithium targets: a comprehensive review of omics data
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The transferrin receptor: the cellular iron gate

The transferrin receptor (TfR1), which mediates cellular iron uptake through clathrin-dependent endocytosis of iron-loaded transferrin, plays a key role in iron homeostasis.

Graphical abstract: The transferrin receptor: the cellular iron gate
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The role of the zinc transporter SLC30A2/ZnT2 in transient neonatal zinc deficiency

Transient neonatal zinc deficiency (TNZD) results from loss of function mutations in the SLC30A2/ZnT2 gene. Nursing mothers harboring this defective zinc transporter produce zinc-deficient milk. Consequently, their exclusively breastfed infants develop severe zinc deficiency. The present review summarizes our current knowledge on SLC30A2/ZnT2 gene mutations and highlights the molecular mechanisms underlying this zinc deficiency. We further propose novel approaches for the early diagnosis and prevention of TNZD.

Graphical abstract: The role of the zinc transporter SLC30A2/ZnT2 in transient neonatal zinc deficiency
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Cellular copper homeostasis: current concepts on its interplay with glutathione homeostasis and its implication in physiology and human diseases

Copper is a trace element essential for almost all living organisms, however the level of intracellular copper needs to be tightly regulated. This review explores the existing literature on the role of glutathione in regulating cellular copper homeostasis.

Graphical abstract: Cellular copper homeostasis: current concepts on its interplay with glutathione homeostasis and its implication in physiology and human diseases
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Orchestration of dynamic copper navigation – new and missing pieces

A general principle in all cells in the body is that an essential metal – here copper – is taken up at the plasma membrane, directed through cellular compartments for use in specific enzymes and pathways, stored in specific scavenging molecules if in surplus, and finally expelled from the cells.

Graphical abstract: Orchestration of dynamic copper navigation – new and missing pieces
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Selenoproteins are involved in antioxidant defense systems in thalassemia

Thalassemia major (TM) is a hereditary blood disease that affects the production of hemoglobin, resulting in severe anemia.

Graphical abstract: Selenoproteins are involved in antioxidant defense systems in thalassemia
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Heme-containing enzymes and inhibitors for tryptophan metabolism

Iron-containing enzymes such as heme enzymes play crucial roles in biological systems.

Graphical abstract: Heme-containing enzymes and inhibitors for tryptophan metabolism
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Analytical approaches for the characterization of nickel proteome

Analytical strategies to study the nickel proteome and their advantages and limitations.

Graphical abstract: Analytical approaches for the characterization of nickel proteome
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Oxygen-dependent activation of Cu,Zn-superoxide dismutase-1

Copper zinc superoxide dismutase (Sod1) is a critical enzyme in limiting reactive oxygen species in both the cytosol and the mitochondrial intermembrane space.

Graphical abstract: Oxygen-dependent activation of Cu,Zn-superoxide dismutase-1
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Influence of iron metabolism on manganese transport and toxicity

The structural and chemical similarities between manganese (Mn) and iron (Fe) allow the two metals to interact with each other in biological systems.

Graphical abstract: Influence of iron metabolism on manganese transport and toxicity
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Biosynthetic considerations of triscatechol siderophores framed on serine and threonine macrolactone scaffolds

The biosyntheses of a family of enterobactin variants – amino acid substitution, insertion, and derivatization, and macrolactone expansion – is reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Biosynthetic considerations of triscatechol siderophores framed on serine and threonine macrolactone scaffolds
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Ferrous iron efflux systems in bacteria

Iron efflux transporters play a critical role in protecting cells from iron intoxication.

Graphical abstract: Ferrous iron efflux systems in bacteria
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Cross talk between neurometals and amyloidogenic proteins at the synapse and the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases

Increasing evidence suggests that disruption of metal homeostasis contributes to the pathogenesis of various neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer's disease, prion diseases, Lewy body diseases, and vascular dementia.

Graphical abstract: Cross talk between neurometals and amyloidogenic proteins at the synapse and the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases
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Mechanistic insight into the heme-independent interplay between iron and carbon monoxide in CFTR and Slo1 BKCa channels

Two pairs of Fe(II) (orange) tightly bound to two putative Fe(II) bowls (forest green) may bridge neighboring protein residues (red) in each gating ring of Slo1 BKCa for channel closure. The binding of Ca(II) (green) to the gating ring or the binding of carbon monoxide to either binuclear Fe(II) bowl may disrupt the Fe(II) bridge for channel opening but retain Fe(II) in the bowl.

Graphical abstract: Mechanistic insight into the heme-independent interplay between iron and carbon monoxide in CFTR and Slo1 BKCa channels
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Imaging metals in Caenorhabditis elegans

Possible analytical imaging approaches and their advantages and disadvantages for the study of metal (M) distribution in C. elegans.

Graphical abstract: Imaging metals in Caenorhabditis elegans
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Iron and inflammation – the gut reaction

Intestinal inflammation dysregulates iron metabolism and impairs erythropoiesis, leading to the development of anemia.

Graphical abstract: Iron and inflammation – the gut reaction
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Selenium in the prevention of atherosclerosis and its underlying mechanisms

Selenium and selenoproteins may prevent atherosclerosis by blocking many key events in the development of atherosclerosis.

Graphical abstract: Selenium in the prevention of atherosclerosis and its underlying mechanisms
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