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Major facilitator superfamily domain containing 11

protein ET
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Papers on protein ET
Characterization of the free energy dependence of an interprotein electron transfer reaction by variation of pH and site-directed mutagenesis.
Davidson et al., Orlando, United States. In Biochim Biophys Acta, Oct 2015
These results demonstrate how study of ET reactions with alternative redox partner proteins can complement and enhance our understanding of the reactions with the natural redox partners, and further our understanding of mechanisms of protein ET reactions.
The role of protein dynamics and thermal fluctuations in regulating cytochrome c/cytochrome c oxidase electron transfer.
Murgida et al., Buenos Aires, Argentina. In Biochim Biophys Acta, 2014
Based on these results, we discuss how protein dynamics and thermal fluctuations may impact on protein ET reactions, comment on the possible physiological relevance of these results, and finally propose a regulatory mechanism that may operate in the Cyt/CcO electron transfer reaction in vivo.
Altering murine leukemia virus integration through disruption of the integrase and BET protein family interaction.
Roth et al., United States. In Nucleic Acids Res, 2014
The host bromo and extraterminal (BET) proteins Brd2, 3 and 4 interact with the MLV IN protein primarily through the BET protein ET domain.
Review: Probing protein electron transfer mechanisms from the molecular to the cellular length scales.
Skourtis, Nicosia, Cyprus. In Biopolymers, 2012
This short review focuses on some developments in the study of protein ET mechanisms at the molecular and at the cellular levels.
Ultrafast electron transfer in riboflavin binding protein in macromolecular crowding of nano-sized micelle.
Pal et al., Calcutta, India. In Biochimie, 2012
Our finding suggests that the effect of molecular/macromolecular crowding could have major implication in the intra-protein ET dynamics in cellular environments.
Temperature invariance of the nitrogenase electron transfer mechanism.
Hoffman et al., Evanston, United States. In Biochemistry, 2012
Earlier studies of electron transfer (ET) from the nitrogenase Fe protein to the MoFe protein concluded that the mechanism for ET changed during cooling from 25 to 5 °C, based on the observation that the rate constant for Fe protein to MoFe protein ET decreases strongly, with a nonlinear Arrhenius plot.
Long-range electron transfer in biomolecules. Tunneling or hopping?
Voityuk, Girona, Spain. In J Phys Chem B, 2011
In protein ET chains, the distance between redox cofactors is often smaller than 20 Å, but the gap E between the cofactors and surrounding amino acid residues is larger than 0.5 eV.
Long-range electron transfer in recombinant peroxidases anisotropically orientated on gold electrodes.
Ferapontova et al., Århus, Denmark. In Phys Chem Chem Phys, 2010
The efficiency of long-range ET between the electrode and the heme of rHRP was estimated from direct non-catalytic electrochemistry of rHRPs differently orientated on Au and compared with the theoretically calculated values from the protein ET model (C.
Defining the role of the axial ligand of the type 1 copper site in amicyanin by replacement of methionine with leucine.
Davidson et al., Jackson, United States. In Biochemistry, 2009
The most dramatic effect of the mutation was on the electron transfer (ET) reaction from reduced M98L amicyanin to cytochrome c(551i) within the protein ET complex.
Protein control of true, gated, and coupled electron transfer reactions.
Davidson, Jackson, United States. In Acc Chem Res, 2008
The analysis of protein ET reactions is complicated by the fact that non-ET processes might influence the observed ET rate in kinetically complex biological systems.
A single methionine residue dictates the kinetic mechanism of interprotein electron transfer from methylamine dehydrogenase to amicyanin.
Davidson et al., Jackson, United States. In Biochemistry, 2007
These changes in ET parameters and rates for the reactions with M51A amicyanin were similar to those caused by the P52G mutation and indicated that the ET reaction had become gated by a similar process, most likely a conformational rearrangement of the protein ET complex.
Protein electron transfer (mechanism and reproductive toxicity): iminium, hydrogen bonding, homoconjugation, amino acid side chains (redox and charged), and cell signaling.
Kovacic, San Diego, United States. In Birth Defects Res C Embryo Today, 2007
The favorable influence of hydrogen bonding on protein ET has been widely documented.
Comparison of intra- vs intermolecular long-range electron transfer in crystals of ruthenium-modified azurin.
Crane et al., In J Phys Chem B, 2006
Lowering the crystal pH accelerates inter-protein ET (tauET = 1.0 micros) but not intra-protein ET.
Design of metal cofactors activated by a protein-protein electron transfer system.
Watanabe et al., Nagoya, Japan. In Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2006
Investigations of protein-protein ET systems in reductive activation of artificial cofactors introduced into proteins remains particularly challenging because of the complexity of interactions between the cofactor and the system contributing to ET.
Conformational reorganisation in interfacial protein electron transfer.
Jeuken, Leeds, United Kingdom. In Biochim Biophys Acta, 2003
In this review we summarize the current knowledge obtained from these electrochemical experiments and compare it with some of the results obtained for protein-protein ET.
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