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  1. Ligand-Linked Association-Dissociation in Transport Proteins and Hormone Receptors
  2. Control of Oxygen Affinity in Mammalian Hemoglobins: Implications for a System Biology Description of the Respiratory Properties of the Red Blood Cell
  3. Non-Allosteric Cooperativity in Hemoglobin
  4. One ring (or two) to hold them all - on the structure and function of protein nanotubes
  5. Thioredoxin Reductase and its Inhibitors
  6. Switching between the Alternative Structures and Functions of a 2-Cys Peroxiredoxin, by Site-Directed Mutagenesis
  7. The Allosteric Properties of Hemoglobin: Insights from Natural and Site Directed Mutants
  8. Hemoglobin Allostery: New Views on Old Players
  9. Heme Proteins, the Globins
  10. Crystal structure of Plasmodium falciparum thioredoxin reductase, a validated drug target
  11. Lathyrus cicera copper amine oxidase reactions with tryptamine
  12. Moonlighting by Different Stressors: Crystal Structure of the Chaperone Species of a 2-Cys Peroxiredoxin
  13. On the mechanism and rate of gold incorporation into thiol-dependent flavoreductases
  14. Nitric oxide, substrate ofEuphorbia characiasperoxidase, switches off the CN−inhibitory effect
  15. Hemoglobin allostery: Variations on the theme
  16. Macromolecular Bases of Antischistosomal Therapy
  17. Structural and functional characterization of Schistosoma mansoni Thioredoxin
  18. The how, when, and why of the aging signals appearing on the human erythrocyte membrane: an atomic force microscopy study of surface roughness
  19. Euphorbia Peroxidase Catalyzes Thiocyanate Oxidation in Two Different Ways, the Distal Calcium Ion Playing an Essential Role
  20. Erythrocyte death in vitro induced by starvation in the absence of Ca2+
  21. Kinetic model of the inhibition of respiration by endogenous nitric oxide in intact cells
  22. Hemoglobin and Cooperativity: Experiments and Theories
  23. Combining crystallography and molecular dynamics: The case ofSchistosoma mansoniphospholipid glutathione peroxidase
  24. Fibrin Gel Ultrastructure
  25. Nucleotide pyrophosphatase/phosphodiesterase from Euphorbia characias latex: Purification and characterization
  26. Copper Amine Oxidases from Plants
  27. Hb(αα,ββ): A novel fusion construct for a dimeric, four-domain hemoglobin
  28. S10.12 Kinetic model of nitric oxide inhibition of cellular respiration in intact cells
  29. Glutathione reductase and thioredoxin reductase at the crossroad: The structure ofSchistosoma mansonithioredoxin glutathione reductase
  30. The mechanism of addition of pyridoxal 5′-phosphate to Escherichia coli apo-serine hydroxymethyltransferase
  31. Multiple strategies for O2 transport: from simplicity to complexity
  32. Demonstration of Long-Range Interactions in a PDZ Domain by NMR, Kinetics, and Protein Engineering
  33. Probing the Mechanism of GSH Activation in Schistosoma haematobium Glutathione-S-transferase by Site-directed Mutagenesis and X-ray Crystallography
  34. The Allosteric Properties of Hemoglobin: Insights from Natural and Site Directed Mutants
  35. The Structural and Functional Properties of Hemoglobin and their Relevance for a Hemoglobin-Based Blood Substitute
  36. Catalytic pathways of Euphorbia characias peroxidase reacting with hydrogen peroxide
  37. Control of the active site structure of giant bilayer hemoglobin from the Annelid Eisenia foetida using hierarchic assemblies
  38. Insights into the Catalytic Mechanism of Glutathione S-Transferase: The Lesson from Schistosoma haematobium
  39. A novel thermostable hemoglobin from the actinobacterium Thermobifida fusca
  40. Simultaneous static and dynamic light scattering approach to the characterization of the different fibrin gel structures occurring by changing chloride concentration
  41. Schistosoma mansoni Fatty Acid Binding Protein:  Specificity and Functional Control as Revealed by Crystallographic Structure,
  42. Mouse spermine oxidase: a model of the catalytic cycle and its inhibition by N,N1-bis(2,3-butadienyl)-1,4-butanediamine
  43. Kinetics of NO and O 2 binding to a maleimide poly(ethylene glycol)-conjugated human haemoglobin
  44. Approaches to the Engineering of Hemoglobin-Based Oxygen Carriers
  45. Proton Linkage for CO Binding and Redox Properties of Bovine Lactoperoxidase
  46. Crystal Structure of the 28 kDa Glutathione S-Transferase from Schistosoma haematobium
  47. Critical Role of Ca2+ Ions in the Reaction Mechanism of Euphorbia characias Peroxidase
  48. Interaction with Membrane Lipids and Heme Ligand Binding Properties of Escherichia coli Flavohemoglobin
  49. Control of Heme Reactivity by Diffusion:  Structural Basis and Functional Characterization in Hemoglobin Mutants,
  50. Irreversible inhibition of pig kidney copper-containing amine oxidase by sodium and lithium ions
  51. Kinetics of CO binding and CO photodissociation in Pseudomonas stutzeri cd1 nitrite reductase: probing the role of extended N-termini in fast structural relaxation upon CO photodissociation
  52. ChemInform Abstract: The Reductive and Oxidative Half-Reactions and the Role of Copper Ions in Plant and Mammalian Copper-Amine Oxidases.
  53. The Reductive and Oxidative Half-Reactions and the Role of Copper Ions in Plant and Mammalian Copper−Amine Oxidases
  54. The oxidation and reduction reactions of bovine serum amine oxidase
  55. Studies onPseudomonas aeruginosacd1nitrite reductase: The association and dissociation reactions of the d1-heme
  56. Molecular mode of interaction of plant amine oxidase with the mechanism-based inhibitor 2-butyne-1,4-diamine
  57. Modulation of ligand binding in engineered human hemoglobin distal pocket
  58. CuI-semiquinone radical species in plant copper-amine oxidases
  59. Internal Electron Transfer and Structural Dynamics of cd1 Nitrite Reductase Revealed by Laser CO Photodissociation
  60. Stabilization of the T-state of ferrous human adult and fetal hemoglobin by Ln(III) complexes: A thermodynamic study
  61. Mutagenesis of nitrite reductase fromPseudomonas aeruginosa: tyrosine-10 in the c heme domain is not involved in catalysis1
  62. Transient Kinetics of Polyamine Oxidase fromZea maysL
  63. The Unusual Stability of Saporin, a Candidate for the Synthesis of Immunotoxins
  64. A saporin-insulin conjugate: Synthesis and biochemical characterization
  65. Cataractogenesis In Retinitis Pigmentosa
  66. Intracellular dynamics of ricin followed by fluorescence microscopy on living cells reveals a rapid accumulation of the dimeric toxin in the Golgi apparatus
  67. Cyanide dissociation from the hemoglobin of Parascaris equorum
  68. [5] Optical measurements of quaternary structural changes in hemoglobin
  69. Ligand binding and slow structural changes in chlorocruorin from Spirographis spallanzanii
  70. Evolution of ruminant hemoglobins. Thermodynamic divergence of ox and buffalo hemoglobins
  71. A ribosomal protein is specifically recognized by saporin, a plant toxin which inhibits protein synthesis
  72. On the problem of immunological detection of antigens in skeletal remains
  73. Kinetic Evidences for Slow Structural Changes in the Chlorocruorin from Spirographis spallanzanii
  74. Effect of aromatic isothiocyanates on the functional properties of human hemoglobin
  75. Cooperative ligand binding of crosslinked hemoglobins at very high temperatures
  76. The functional properties of amphibian hemoglobin: The case of Salamander salamander and Hydromantes genei
  77. Alteration of T-state binding properties of naturally glycated hemoglobin, HbA1c
  78. Antarctic fish hemoglobin: an outline of the molecular structure and oxygen binding properties—II. Oxygen binding properties
  79. Sexual and seasonal variability of lobster hemocyanin
  80. First World guilt
  81. Xenopus laevis hemoglobin and its hybrids with hemoglobin A
  82. Is there a root effect inXenopushemoglobin?
  83. Hemocyanin from Palinurus elephas: general properties and effects of heavy metals
  84. Evidence for two oxygen-linked binding sites for polyanions in dromedary hemoglobin
  85. Molecular and functional properties of myoglobin from a marine turtle (Dermochelys coriacea)
  86. Comparative studies of hemoglobins from newts (Triturus cristatus, triturus vulgaris, triturus alpestris): A kinetic approach
  87. Hemoglobins from Wistar Rat:. Crystallization of Components and Intraerythrocytic Crystals