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Metalloproteins

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metalloproteins.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by D.P. Ballou.
    SeriesEssays in biochemistry ;, v. 34, Essays in biochemistry ;, v. 34
    ContributionsBallou, David P.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP552.M46 M467 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 216 p. :
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL55200M
    ISBN 100691050481
    LC Control Number99067445

    Metalloproteins are involved in all fundamental biochemical processes including respiration, oxygenic photosynthesis, regulation of transcription and translation, nitrogen fixation, and metabolism.   Metalloproteins, which contain metal atoms at their active sites, are involved in many biological processes. Nearly half of all proteins require the presence of a metal atom to function, and thus, the metalloprotein is a new hot focus of chemical biology and biomedical science. This review volume.

      For metalloproteins to acquire the right metals, metal sensors must correctly distinguish between the inorganic elements. Almost half of all enzymes must associate with a Cited by: Metalloproteins are involved in many key biological processes such as gas transport and metabolism, photosynthesis, cell respiration, the Krebs cycle and many other vital redox reactions. Metalloproteins: Methods and Prools addresses multiple aspects of metalloenzyme research from.

    Numerous essential biological functions involve metalloproteins; therefore, understanding metalloproteins and how to manipulate them is significant in the biological and medical fields. An examination of current research, Metalloproteins: Theory, Calculations, and Experiments explores the interplay between theory and experiment, detailing the roleBrand: CRC Press. Metalloproteins synonyms, Metalloproteins pronunciation, Metalloproteins translation, English dictionary definition of Metalloproteins. n. A conjugated protein, such as hemoglobin, that contains at least one metal ion as part of its structure.


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Metalloproteins Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book addresses two different aspects on metalloproteins in unison. It reviews the development of theoretical and computational methods for metalloprotein simulation with specific examples. The authors also present some of the most intriguing and important experimental results on metalloprotein systems.

Numerous essential biological functions involve metalloproteins; therefore, understanding metalloproteins and how to manipulate them is significant in the biological and medical fields. An examination of current research, Metalloproteins: Theory, Calculations, and Experiments explores the interplay between theory and experiment, detailing the role.

This volume provides an up-to-date, in-depth overview of the methods that have been applied to studying the complex metalloproteins at a molecular level. Chapters cover a wide range of approaches focusing on genetic, biochemical, spectroscopic, chemical methods, and theoretical calculations.

Metalloproteins and metal sensing Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Nature () September with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Chemistry of Metalloproteins features a building block approach that enables readers to master the basics and then advance to more sophisticated topics.

The book begins with a general introduction to bioinorganic chemistry and metalloproteins. Next, it covers: Alkali and alkaline earth cations; Metalloenzymes. Encyclopedia of Metalloproteins Editors: Kretsinger, Robert H., Uversky, Vladimir N., Permyakov, Eugene A.

(Eds.) Covers various aspects of metalloprotein/ metalloproteomics, dealing with the different issues related to the intracellular and extracellular metal-binding proteins, including their structures, properties and functions.

Other articles where Metalloprotein is discussed: protein: Metalloproteins: Proteins in which heavy metal ions are bound directly to some of the side chains of histidine, cysteine, or some other amino acid are called metalloproteins.

Two metalloproteins, transferrin and ceruloplasmin, occur in the globulin fractions of blood serum; they act as carriers of. Numerous essential biological functions involve metalloproteins; therefore, understanding metalloproteins and how to manipulate them is significant in the biological and medical fields.

An examination of current research, Metalloproteins: Theory, Calculations, and Experiments explores the interplay between theory and experiment, detailing the roleCited by: 3. This book is a valuable source of information for advance students and researchers in bioinorganic chemistry, biochemistry, coordination chemistry, and clinical chemistry, as well as other specialists interested in the structure-function relationship in metalloproteins.

Format: Hardcover. Metalloproteins: Methods and Protocols addresses multiple aspects of metalloenzyme research from the production and purification of metalloproteins using both standard recombinant techniques and a cell-free system, to the electrochemical analysis of metalloproteins, as well as IR techniques, Mössbauer spectroscopy and the theoretical.

Book review Handbook of Metalloproteins I. Bertini, A. Sigel, H. Sigel (Eds.); Marcel Dekker, New York, Basel,xxvii+ pages, ISBN (US$ ) Following the renaissance in inorganic and coordination chemistry in the s, the subject of bioinorganic chemistry has burgeoned over the past 30 – 40 years.

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Nancy Hogg, in Encyclopedia of Immunology (Second Edition), Molecular aspects of ligand-binding metal ions and ligands. Integrins are metalloproteins and require divalent cations Mg 2+ and Ca 2+ for activity. In general the Mg 2+-bound integrin is functionally active, with the full role of Ca 2+ still not completely understood.

When agents such as phorbol esters are used to activate. Book Description. This Handbook on Metalloproteins focuses on the available structural information of proteins and their metal ion coordination spheres.

It centers on the metal ions indispensable for life but also considers metal ions used as substitution probes in studies of metalloproteins. *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.

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Preface: Metalloproteins play essential critical functional roles in enzymatically catalyzing reactions difficult to achieve without metals, in signal transduction, and in storage and transport of proteins constituting over 1/3 of the proteome of living organisms.

Recent breakthroughs in crystallography have provided insights into understanding their mechanisms, but challenges remain in Cited by: 3. Handbook on Metalloproteins - CRC Press Book This Handbook on Metalloproteins focuses on the available structural information of proteins and their metal ion coordination spheres.

It centers on the metal ions indispensable for life but also considers metal ions. Metalloproteins a class of compound proteins, complexes of proteins with metal ions. As a rule, the bond between the protein and the metal (for example, iron, copper, zinc, magnesium, manganese, vanadium, molybdenum) is weak; nonetheless, removal of the metal (for example, with inorganic acids) destroys the structure and functional properties of the.

Blood is red in vertebrates and blue in molluscs thanks to protein–metal complexes. Metalloproteins are involved in all fundamental biochemical processes including respiration, oxygenic photosynthesis, regulation of transcription and translation, nitrogen fixation, and metabolism of xenobiotics.

This is the first textbook focused on 3D-structures of metalloproteins. It is also a tool for a monographic course on one or more biogeochemical cycles of metal ions. It provides a comprehensive overview of the structural chemistry of metal ions in proteins.

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