Vallee b l zinc coordination function and structure

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Vallee, B. L. Zinc coordination, function, and structure of zinc enzymes and other proteins. Biochemistry 29 (1990),5649-5659. V. For Chapter 3 Cavaggoni, A. Calcium regulation in cell biology. Bioscience Reports 9 (1989), 421-436. Christakos, S., C. Gabrielides, and W. B. Rhoten. Functional considerations of vitamin-D depen- dent calcium binding proteins. Endocrine Rev. 10 (1989), 3-26. Haizmann, C. W., and W. Hunziker. Intracellular calcium-binding proteins. In F. Bonner, ed. Intracellular Calcium Regulation. New York: Wiley-Liss (1990), 211-248. Mann, S., J. Webb, and R. J. P. Williams, eds. Biomineralization. Weinheim, FRG: VCH, 1990. Strynadka, N. C. J., and M. N. G. James. Crystal structures of calcium-binding proteins. Annu. Rev. Biochem. 58 (1989), 951-998. Tsien, R. Y., and M. Poenie. Fluorescence ratio imaging: a new window into intracellular ionic signaling. Trends Biochem. Sci. 11 (1986), 450-455. 587
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588 SUGGESTED READINGS VI. For Chapter 4 Buchler, J. W. Hemoglobin-An inspiration for research in coordination chemistry. Angew. Chem. Inti. Ed. Eng. 17 (1978), 407-423. Dolphin, D., ed. The Porphyrins. New York: Academic Press, 1978. Ellerton, H. D., N. F. Ellerton, and H. A. Robinson. Hemocyanin-A current perspective. Prog. Biophys. Mol. Bioi. 41 (1983), 143-248. Jameson, G. B., and J. A. Ibers. On carbon monoxide and dioxygen binding by iron(Il) por- phyrinato systems. Comments lnorg. Chem. 2 (1983), 97-126. Jones, R. D., D. A. Summerville, and F. Basolo. Synthetic oxygen carriers related to biological systems. Chon. Rev. 79 (1979), 139-179. Karlin, K. D. Binding and activation of molecular oxygen by copper complexes. Prog. Inorg. Chem. 35 (1987),219-327. Lamy, J., and J. Lamy, eds. Invertebrate Oxygen-Binding Proteins. New York: Dekker, 1981. Lavallee, D. K. Kinetics and mechanisms of metalloporphyrin reactions. Coord. Chem. Rev. 61 (1985),55-96. Morgan, B., and D. Dolphin. Synthesis and structure of biomimetic porphyrins. Struct. Bond. 64. Berlin and Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1987. Niederhoffer, E. c., J. H. Timmons, and A. E. Martell. Thennodynamics of oxygen binding in natural and synthetic dioxygen complexes. Chem. Rev. 84 (1984), 137-203. Perutz, M. F., et al. Stereochemistry of cooperative mechanisms in hemoglobin. Acc. Chem. Res. 20 (1987), 309-321. Scheidt, W. R., and C. A. Reed. Spin-state/stereochemical relationships in iron porphyrins: Im- plications for the hemoproteins. Chem. Rev. 81 (1981), 543-555. Suslick, K., and T. J. Reinert. The synthetic analogs of Orbinding heme proteins. J. Chon. Educ. 62 (1985),974--983. Woods, E. J. The oxygen transport and storage proteins of invertebrates. Essays Biochem. 16 (1980), 1-47. VII. For Chapter 5 Babcock, G. T. and M. Wikstom. Oxygen activation and the conservation of energy in cell respiration. Nature 356 (1992),301-309. Bruice, T. C. Reactions of hydroperoxides with metallotetraphenylporphyrins in aqueous solu- tions. Acc. Chon. Res. 24 (1991),243-249. Cadens, E. Biochemistry of oxygen toxicity. Annu. Rev. Biochem. 58 (1989), 79-110. Chan, S. I., S. N. Witt, and D. F. Blair. The dioxygen chemistry of cytochrome c oxidase. Chemica Scripta 28A (1988), 51-56. Dix, T. A., and S. J. Benkovic. Mechanism of oxygen activation by pteridine-dependent mono- oxygenases. Acc. Chon. Res. 21 (1988), 101-107.
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