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Spectroscopic studies of nitrogenase.

Jacqueline Ann Farrar

# Spectroscopic studies of nitrogenase.

Written in English

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Thesis (Ph.D.), University of East Anglia, School of Chemical Sciences, 1989.

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Open LibraryOL13925198M

The structure of the nitrogenase MoFe-protein from Azotobacter vinelandii has been refined to Å resolution in two oxidation states. EPR studies on the crystals indicate that the structures correspond to the spectroscopically assigned oxidized (POX/MOX) and the native or dithionite-reduced (PN/MN) forms of the enzyme. Both MoFe-protein structures are essentially identical, Cited by: Abstract:Detailed comparative spectroscopic studies of Nd 3+ doped YAG nanocrystals, transparent ceramic and single crystal have been performed. Although most of the radiative spectral properties of Nd3+ are almost in good agreement between the three hosts, the non-radiative losses are. Organic Spectroscopic Structure Determination is a sophomore-level book with emphasis on structure problem solving. It consists of four sections that attempt to engage the imagination of the student. Taber has arranged the material in such a way that the students can work the problems and learn the procedures on their own, minimizing the time taken in lecture. Recent insights into how nitrogenase works have arisen from multiple advances, described here, including studies of high-resolution crystal structures. Numerous chapters discuss how microbes, plants, and animals synthesize these complex prosthetic groups, and why it is important to understand the chemistry and biogenesis of iron sulfur proteins.

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@article{osti_, title = {Kinetic and spectroscopic studies on nitrogenase}, author = {Gutheil, W G}, abstractNote = {A detailed procedure and description of the apparatus used for the purification of sodium dithionite obtained from commercial sources is presented with yields 98+% pure material with yields of %.

The effect of the purified dithionite on nitrogenase. Nitrogenase is an enzyme responsible for catalyzing nitrogen fixation, which is the reduction of nitrogen (N 2) to ammonia (NH 3) and a process vital to sustaining life on Earth.

There are three types of nitrogenase found in various nitrogen-fixing bacteria: molybdenum (Mo) nitrogenase, vanadium (V) nitrogenase, and iron-only (Fe) : BRENDA entry.

X-ray spectroscopic studies of nitrogenase and hydrogenase active sites Serena DeBeer1 1 Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, Germany The efficient storage and release of energy in chemical bonds is a fundamental goal of molecular energy research.

It is here that Spectroscopic studies of nitrogenase. book provides an ideal paradigm in Spectroscopic studies of nitrogenase. book earth. @article{osti_, title = {Spectroscopic studies of molybdenum complexes as models for nitrogenase}, author = {Walker, T P}, abstractNote = {Because biological nitrogen fixation requires Mo, there is an Spectroscopic studies of nitrogenase.

book in inorganic Mo complexes which mimic the reactions of nitrogen-fixing enzymes. Two such complexes are the dimer Mo/sub 2/O/sub 4/ (cysteine)/sub 2//sup 2 -/ and. Garner C.D. et al. () X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopic Studies of Vanado-Enzymes: Nitrogenase and Bromoperoxidase.

In: Sweet R.M., Woodhead A.D. (eds) Synchrotron Radiation in Structural Biology. Basic Life Sciences, vol Author: C.

David Garner, Judith M. Arber, S. Samar Hasnain, Barry R. Dobson, Robert R. Eady, Barry E. Smith. Spectroscopic Analysis. Spectroscopic analysis utilises a point source to probe the bulk of the tissue (e.g., IR or RAMAN) to produce a chemical fingerprint (Krafft et al., ), and, more recently, the advent of combinatorial techniques such as IR or RAMAN microscopy are becoming widespread in the field (Harada and Takamatsu, ).

Together with kinetic, spectroscopic, and Spectroscopic studies of nitrogenase. book model compound studies, these structures provide a framework for addressing the mechanism of. ) by the nitrogenase enzyme. 21 However, several diﬃculties arise when ARA is used in quantitative studies, e.g., for estimating the total N 2 ﬁxation of a Rhizobium−Leguminosae symbiosis Acetylene could induce a decline in nitrogenase activity in some legume species as well as in respiration, if N 2 is replaced with argon or helium.

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Spectroscopic techniques have been applied in virtually all. spectroscopy (XAS) studies on nitrogenase, the average oxidation state of the iron atoms in the Spectroscopic studies of nitrogenase. book cluster has not been assigned on the basis of XAS data−21 In contrast, in studies of the Fe 4 S iron protein (the native reductase of nitrogenase22) and the Fe 8 S 7 P-cluster, 23 Fe K-edge XAS data.

Unlike EPR and Mössbauer spectroscopy, x-ray absorption can be used to investigate the milieu around the Mo atom in component I.

Recent x-ray absorption spectroscopic studies provided the first Spectroscopic studies of nitrogenase. book examination of the nature of the Mo-site in nitrogenase (Cramer et al., b). The data indicate that both Fe and S are in close proximity to. The advanced spectroscopic studies confirmed that the same two intermediates were trapped by the remodeled nitrogenase.

Kinetic studies showed that two competing pathways lead Spectroscopic studies of nitrogenase. book NO3 - reduction by nitrogenase, a primary 2 e- reduction pathway to form nitrite and a secondary 8 e- reduction pathway to form NH3.

Nitrogenase is the enzyme responsible for biological reduction of dinitrogen (N(2)) to ammonia, a form usable for life.

Playing a central role in the global biogeochemical nitrogen cycle, this. Spectroscopic Methods in Organic Chemistry 6th Edition by Dudley H.

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Cited by: Part of the Current Plant Science and Biotechnology in Agriculture book series (PSBA, volume 42) Rapid freezing of wild-type A. vinelandii nitrogenase at a molar ratio of Fe protein to MoFe protein, 23°C, and pHelicited two transient electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) signals (signals 1b and 1c) from the FeMo-cofactor within the Author: W.

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Both the bioinorganic chemistry relevant to molybdenum and tungsten enzymes and the full range of physicochemical methods that are used Author: Russ Hille. Abstract. Nitrogenase catalyzes the enzymatic reduction of atmospheric dinitrogen to ammonia during the process of biological nitrogen fixation.

Nitrogenase consists of two compon. Mo nitrogenase (N2ase) utilizes a two-component protein system, the catalytic MoFe and its electron-transfer partner FeP, to reduce atmospheric dinitrogen (N2) to ammonia (NH3).

The FeMo cofactor contained in the MoFe protein serves as the catalytic center for this reaction and has long inspired model chemistry oriented toward activating N2.

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The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Molybdenum and Tungsten Enzymes by C. David Garner,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

This introductory text describes the uses of the 4 spectroscopic methods, UV, IR, NMR, and mass spectra in organic chemistry.

New material includes extended coverage of 2-D NMR spectra and the introduction of the powerful techniques of TOCSY, ESI and MALDI/5. No EPR spectroscopic characterization of an S = 3/2 spectrum has so far been presented for an ‘Fe only’ nitrogenase. The ‘FeFe protein’ is component 1 of the Fe-nitroge- nase from a tzifHDK deletion mutant of R.

capsulatus which is unable to synthesize the proteins of the conven- tional Mo-nitrogenase. Spectroscopic and Computational Anaylsis of Nitrogenase’s Homocitrate and NMF Gregory P McNerney1, Matt C Smith1, Hongxin Wang2, Simon George2, Stephen P Cramer1,2 1Department of Applied Science, University of California, DavisUSA, 2Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CaUSA Although the first crystallographic structure of.

for the photochemical and spectroscopic studies carried out in this thesis. N2O is a prominent greenhouse gas and the major natural source of NO that initiates the catalytic NOxozone destruction cycles in the stratosphere.

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This set of three. Theoretical studies on the binding and reduction of dinitrogen at the iron–molybdenum cofactor (FeMoco) of nitrogenase are reviewed.

Before considering the enzyme, mechanistic scenarios for the protonation and reduction of N 2 in related small-molecule models are discussed. Particular emphasis is laid on describing DFT calculations of catalytic by: 1.

The presence of the FeMo cofactor within the FeMo protein of nitrogenase, i.e., the M center, is revealed through spectroscopic and redox studies. In the resting state of [FeMo], as isolated in the presence of dithionite, the M center has a distinct S = $$\frac{3}{2}$$ EPR signal, which is discussed below (see Figure ).

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This chapter treats the historical perspective and development of key advances in our understanding of the biochemistry of Mo-nitrogenase from its infancy and early beginnings in the s to the state of.

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Akif Tezcan, University of California (San Diego) After four decades of extensive research, mechanistic details of how nitrogenase accomplishes the conversion of dinitrogen into ammonia still remain a mystery.