Fe-s Cluster Enzymes by Sheila S. David

Fe-s Cluster Enzymes

bySheila S. David

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Fe-S Cluster Enzymes, Volume 595,the latest volume in theMethods in Enzymologyseries, focuses on Fe-S cluster enzymes.



  • Contain contributions from leading authorities on enzymology
  • Informs and updates on all the latest developments in the field

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Sheila S. David is Professor of Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry at the University of California, Davis.
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Title:Fe-s Cluster EnzymesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:412 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:September 1, 2017Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0128119446

ISBN - 13:9780128119440

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Table of Contents

  1. Electrochemistry of Fe/S Proteins
    Fraser Armstrong
  2. Genetic, biochemical and biophysical methods for studying Fe-S proteins and their assembly
    Frederic Barras
  3. Fluorescent reporters to track Fe-S cluster assembly and transfer reactions
    David Barondeau
  4. Mechanism-based strategies for structural characterization of radical SAM reaction intermediates
    Amie Boal
  5. Purification and Characterization of Recalcitrant Cobalamin-Dependent Radical S-adenosylmethionine Methylases
    Squire Booker
  6. A polymerase with potential: the Fe-S cluster in Human DNA Primase
    Walter J. Chazin
  7. In Vitro Studies of Cellular Iron-sulfur Cluster Biosynthesis, Trafficking and Transport
    James Cowan
  8. Fe-S cluster Hsp70 Chaperones: the ATPase cycle and protein interactions
    Elizabeth Craig and Joaroslaw Marszalek
  9. NRVS for Fe in Biology: Experiment and Basic Interpretation
    Steve Cramer
  10. Methods for studying the Fe-S cluster containing base excision repair glycosylase MUTYH
    Sheila David
  11. Advanced X-ray Spectroscopic Studies of Iron-Sulfur Containing Enzymes and Model Complexes
    Serena DeBeer
  12. Assembly of Fe-S Clusters in B. Subtilis
    Patricia Dos Santos
  13. Protein Design and Engineering to prepare artificial Fe-S cluster containing enzymes
    Giovanna Ghirlanda
  14. The Fe-S Cluster in Mito-NEET
    Marie-Pierre Golinelli-Cohen and Cecile Bouton
  15. EPR Techniques to probe metal clusters in Nitrogenase
    Brian Hoffman
  16. Architecture of Fe-S cluster Assembly Machinery
    Grazia Isaya
  17. Chemical and biochemical reconstitution of iron-sulfur cluster assembly
    Roland Lill
  18. Biochemical analyses of human iron-sulfur protein biogenesis and of related diseases
    Roland Lill
  19. Iron Sulfur Clusters in Zinc Finger proteins
    Sarah Michel
  20. Structural Studies of Fe/S Clusters in Hydrogenase/Nitrogenase
    John Peters
  21. Nbp35-Cfd1 Iron sulfur cluster scaffold: a case study in employing fluorescent nucleotide probes to understand NTPase for metallocofactor biosynthesis
    Deborah Perlstein
  22. Understanding and exploiting Fe-S Cluster Cofactor Assembly in Nitrogenase
    Markus Ribbe
  23. Methods for determining roles of IRPs in Fe Homeostasis
    Tracy Rouault
  24. Methods for efficient large-scale production, purification, and structure determinations Recombinant Fe-S cluster proteins
    John Tainer
  25. Iron-sulfur clusters in eukaryotic DNA replication
    Tahir Tahrov and Youri Pavlov
  26. Conformationally Gated Electron Transfer in Nitrogenase
    F. Akif Tezcan and Cedric Owens
  27. Defining new components of mitochondrial Fe/S Cluster biogenesis
    Dennis Winge