Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Online ISBN: 9781119951438

DOI: 10.1002/9781119951438

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  1. Bioinorganic Chemistry
    1. Acetogen
    2. Active Site
    3. Alpha Helix
    4. Antigen
    5. Antioxidant
    6. Antiport
    7. Antitumor Activity
    8. Apoprotein
    9. Archaea
    10. Autoxidation
    11. Bacteria
    12. Beta Sheet
    13. Beta Turn
    14. Bioconjugate Chemistry
    15. Bioinformatics
    16. Bioinorganic Chemistry
    17. Biomimesis
    18. Biomimetic Synthesis of Nanoparticles
    19. Biosynthesis
    20. Bismuth: Inorganic Chemistry
    21. Bleomycin
    22. Broken Symmetry States of Iron—Sulfur Clusters
    23. C-Terminus
    24. Cadmium Transport in Eukaryotes
    25. Calcium-Binding Proteins
    26. Catalase
    27. Cation-Activated Enzymes
    28. Chlorophyll
    29. Chloroplast
    30. Chromium: Biological Relevance
    31. Cobaloxime
    32. Cobalt: B12 Enzymes and Coenzymes
    33. Coenzyme
    34. Combined Density Functional Theory (DFT) and Electrostatics Study of the Proton Pumping Mechanism in Cytochrome C Oxidase
    35. Competitive Inhibition
    36. Computational Methods: Modeling of Reactivity in Zn-Containing Enzymes
    37. Computational Studies: B12 Cofactors and their Interaction with Enzyme Active Sites
    38. Computational Studies: Chemical Evolution of Metal Sites
    39. Computational Studies: Cisplatin
    40. Computational Studies: Proton/Water Coupling to Metals in Biological Reaction Mechanisms
    41. Copper Homeostasis: Regulation in Plants
    42. Copper in Brain and Neurodegeneration
    43. Copper in Immune Cells
    44. Copper in Mitochondria
    45. Copper Protein Variants: “Type Zero” Sites
    46. Copper Proteins with Dinuclear Active Sites
    47. Copper Proteins with Type 1 Sites
    48. Copper Proteins: Oxidases
    49. Copper Transport in Fungi
    50. Copper Transport: Structural Biology
    51. Copper Transporting ATPases in Mammalian Cells
    52. Copper: Hemocyanin/Tyrosinase Models
    53. Copper(I) ATPases: Transport Mechanism and Cellular Functions in Bacteria
    54. Copper(I) Fluorescent Probes
    55. Cupredoxin
    56. Cytochrome Oxidase
    57. Deaminase
    58. Dehydratase
    59. Dehydrogenase
    60. Determining Transition States in Bioinorganic Reactions
    61. Dioxygenase
    62. Diphenolase
    63. Disulfide Bridge
    64. DNA Polymerase
    65. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
    66. Electron Transport Chains
    67. Electronic Structure Calculations: Dinitrogen Reduction in Nitrogenase and Synthetic Model Systems
    68. Electronic Structure Calculations: Transition Metal—NO Complexes
    69. Entatic State
    70. Enzyme
    71. Enzyme Commission
    72. Eubacteria
    73. Eukaryote
    74. [FeFe]-Hydrogenase Cofactor Assembly
    75. Fenton Chemistry
    76. Ferroxidase
    77. Fuel Cells: Enzymes and Microbes for Energy Production
    78. Gene
    79. Gene Expression
    80. Genetic Engineering
    81. Genetic Regulation
    82. Glycoprotein
    83. Haloperoxidases
    84. Heme Proteins
    85. Hemozoin: Crystal Engineering Survivability
    86. Holoprotein
    87. Homeostasis
    88. Hydrogenase
    89. Hydrogenase Models
    90. Hydrogenases as Catalysts in Renewable Energy Applications
    91. Hydrogenases: Theoretical Investigations Towards Bioinspired H2 Production and Activation
    92. Immunochemistry
    93. Inhibition Constant
    94. Inhibitor
    95. Iron and Heme Transport and Trafficking
    96. Iron Homeostasis: Hepcidin Regulation
    97. Iron in Plants
    98. Iron Porphyrin Chemistry
    99. Iron Proteins for Storage & Transport & Their Synthetic Analogs
    100. Iron Proteins with Mononuclear Active Sites
    101. Iron Sequestration in Immunity
    102. Iron Starvation Response in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
    103. Iron Transport: Siderophores
    104. Iron–Sulfur Models of Protein Active Sites
    105. Iron–Sulfur Cluster Biogenesis in Archaea and Bacteria
    106. Iron–Sulfur Proteins
    107. Iron: Heme Proteins & Dioxygen Transport & Storage
    108. Iron: Heme Proteins & Electron Transport
    109. Iron: Heme Proteins, Mono- & Dioxygenases
    110. Iron: Heme Proteins, Peroxidases, Catalases & Catalase-Peroxidases
    111. Iron: Mitochondrial Iron Metabolism and the Synthesis of Iron–Sulfur Clusters
    112. Iron: Models of Proteins with Dinuclear Active Sites
    113. Iron: Molecular Basis of Hemochromatosis
    114. Iron: Non-Heme Proteins with Diiron-Carboxylate Active Sites
    115. Lanthanide Nanoparticles for Medical Imaging
    116. Long-Range Electron Transfer in Biology
    117. Manganese in Neurodegeneration
    118. Manganese Proteins with Mono- and Dinuclear Metal Sites
    119. Manganese: The Oxygen-Evolving Complex and Models
    120. Melanins
    121. Membrane
    122. Metal Homeostasis and Oxidative Stress in Bacillus subtilis
    123. Metal Homeostasis: Cyanobacterial Models That Address Cross-Talk
    124. Metal Homeostasis: Regulation of Manganese and Iron in the Rhizobia and Related α-Proteobacteria
    125. Metal Homeostasis: Sparing and Salvaging Metals in Chloroplasts
    126. Metal Ion Toxicity
    127. Metal Specificity of Metallosensors
    128. Metal Storage
    129. Metal-Based Drugs
    130. Metal-Based Imaging Agents
    131. Metal-Mediated Protein Modification
    132. Metal-Related Diseases of Genetic Origin
    133. Metallocenter Biosynthesis & Assembly
    134. Metallochaperones & Metal Ion Homeostasis
    135. Metalloporphyrin
    136. Metalloprotein
    137. Metalloprotein
    138. Metalloprotein Design and Engineering
    139. Metalloregulation
    140. Metallothioneins
    141. Metals in Bacterial Pathogenicity and Immunity
    142. Metals in Cells: Control of Cellular Metal Concentration
    143. Metals in Cells: X-Ray Fluorescence Microscopy
    144. Methanogen
    145. Michaelis Constant
    146. Modeling Metalloenzymes with Density Functional and Mixed Quantum Mechanical/Molecular Mechanical (QM/MM) Calculations: Progress and Challenges
    147. Molecular Biology
    148. Molecular Mechanics in Bioinorganic Chemistry
    149. Molybdenum Cofactor Biosynthesis and Cross Talk with Iron–Sulfur
    150. Molybdenum: MPT-Containing Enzymes
    151. Molybdenum: Nitrogenase Cofactor Assembly
    152. Monooxygenase
    153. Monophenolase
    154. Multi-Heme Cytochromes & Enzymes
    155. Mutation
    156. N-Terminus
    157. Nature of the Catecholate—Fe(III) Bond: High Affinity Binding and Substrate Activation in Bioinorganic Chemistry
    158. Nickel Enzymes & Cofactors
    159. Nickel Homeostasis: Mechanism and function of NikR
    160. Nickel, Cobalt Transport in Prokaryotes
    161. Nickel: Models of Protein Active Sites
    162. [NiFe]-Hydrogenase Cofactor Assembly
    163. Nitrogen Fixation
    164. Nitrogen Monoxide (Nitric Oxide): Bioinorganic Chemistry
    165. Nitrogenase Assembly and Catalysis
    166. Nitrogenase: Metal Cluster Models
    167. Nucleic Acid–Metal Ion Interactions
    168. Nucleic Acids
    169. Nutritional Aspects of Metals and Trace Elements
    170. Oxidation Catalysis by Transition Metal Complexes
    171. Oxidative Phosphorylation
    172. Oxidoreductase
    173. Oxo Transfer
    174. Oxygen Activation
    175. Oxygenase
    176. Peptide Bond
    177. Peptide–Metal Interactions
    178. Peroxidases
    179. Photosynthesis
    180. Photosystem I
    181. Platinum-Based Anticancer Drugs
    182. Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis
    183. Polymerase Chain Reaction
    184. Polypeptide
    185. Porphyrin
    186. Post-Translational Modification
    187. Primary Structure
    188. Prokaryote
    189. Prosthetic Group
    190. Protein Determination
    191. Protoporphyrin
    192. Quantum Mechanical/Molecular Mechanical (QM/MM) Methods and Applictions in Bioinorganic Chemistry
    193. Reaction Center
    194. Reaction Coordinate of Pyranopterin Molybdenum Enzymes
    195. Recombinant DNA
    196. Reductase
    197. Replication
    198. RNA Polymerase
    199. Selenium Proteins Containing Selenocysteine
    200. Selenoenzymes and Selenium Trafficking: An Emerging Target for Therapeutics
    201. Selenoproteins—Regulation
    202. Self-Assembly: Bioinorganic
    203. Sequencing
    204. Siderophiles
    205. Siroheme
    206. Specific Activity
    207. Spectroscopic Properties of Protein-Bound Cofactors: Calculation by Combined Quantum Mechanical/Molecular Mechanical (QM/MM) Approaches
    208. Spin Contamination in Inorganic Chemistry Calculations
    209. Structural Origins of Noninnocent Coordination Chemistry
    210. Substrate
    211. Subunit
    212. Superoxide Dismutase
    213. Symport
    214. The Metallome
    215. Toxicity: Resistance Pathways for Metalloids and Toxic Metals
    216. Trace Element
    217. Transcription Factor
    218. Tungsten Proteins
    219. Turnover
    220. Uniport
    221. Vanadium in Biology
    222. Water Oxidation by the Manganese Cluster in Photosynthesis
    223. Zinc Enzymes
    224. Zinc Finger
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      Zinc Proteomics
    226. Zinc Transport: Regulation
    227. Zinc Transporters and Trafficking in Yeast
    228. Zinc: DNA-Binding Proteins
    229. Zinc: Fluorescent Sensors
  2. Catalysis
  3. Computational Methods
  4. Energy Chemistry
  5. Environmental Chemistry
  6. General Principles
  7. Green Chemistry and Sustainability
  8. Inorganic and Coordination Chemistry
  9. Lanthanides and Actinides
  10. Main Group Elements
  11. Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry
  12. Metalloproteins
  13. Nuclear Chemistry and Radionuclides
  14. Organometallic Chemistry
  15. Physical Methods
  16. Solid-State, Materials, and Nanomaterials
  17. Toxicology
  18. Transition Metals

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