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Themed collection Metallomics Emerging Investigators

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Editorial

Editorial “metallomics: emerging investigators”

Metallomics editorial board member Rachel Austin introduces our first group of Emerging Investigators in this themed issue dedicated to highlighting young scientists and their exciting research.

Graphical abstract: Editorial “metallomics: emerging investigators”
From the themed collection: Metallomics Emerging Investigators
Perspective

Arsenic metabolism and thioarsenicals

We discuss the current state of knowledge regarding the proposed mechanisms of arsenic biotransformation, and also look at cellular uptake, toxicity and clinical utilization of arsenicals.

Graphical abstract: Arsenic metabolism and thioarsenicals
From the themed collection: Metallomics Emerging Investigators
Minireview

Siderophore-based detection of Fe(III) and microbial pathogens

This minireview summarizes siderophore-based methods for the fluorescence detection of Fe(III) and capture of bacterial pathogens.

Graphical abstract: Siderophore-based detection of Fe(iii) and microbial pathogens
From the themed collection: Metallomics Emerging Investigators
Communication

X-ray reduction correlates with soaking accessibility as judged from four non-crystallographically related diiron sites

X-ray reduction of diiron sites in a metalloprotein crystal correlates with their soaking accessibility, indicating that a diffusion component is involved in the reduction process.

Graphical abstract: X-ray reduction correlates with soaking accessibility as judged from four non-crystallographically related diiron sites
From the themed collection: Metallomics Emerging Investigators
Paper

Identifying metalloproteins through X-ray fluorescence mapping and mass spectrometry

Metals are critical and dynamic cellular components.

Graphical abstract: Identifying metalloproteins through X-ray fluorescence mapping and mass spectrometry
From the themed collection: Metallomics Emerging Investigators
Paper

Genes for iron metabolism influence circadian rhythms in Drosophila melanogaster

Genes for iron metabolism have been implicated in the function of the biological clock in fly neurons.

Graphical abstract: Genes for iron metabolism influence circadian rhythms in Drosophila melanogaster
From the themed collection: Metallomics Emerging Investigators
Paper

Dual-function triazolepyridine derivatives as inhibitors of metal-induced amyloid-β aggregation

A series of four triazole–pyridine ligands were found to limit the metal-induced aggregation of the amyloid-β peptide relevant to Alzheimer's disease pathology.

Graphical abstract: Dual-function triazole–pyridine derivatives as inhibitors of metal-induced amyloid-β aggregation
From the themed collection: Metallomics Emerging Investigators
Paper

Prochelator BHAPI protects cells against paraquat-induced damage by ROS-triggered iron chelation

A prochelator named BHAPI converts to the chelator HAPI upon reaction with H2O2 and protects cells under oxidative stress induced directly by H2O2 or indirectly by the cytotoxic herbicide paraquat.

Graphical abstract: Prochelator BHAPI protects cells against paraquat-induced damage by ROS-triggered iron chelation
From the themed collection: Metallomics Emerging Investigators
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An issue dedicated to highlighting young scientists and their exciting research in the field of metal biology.

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