|Statement||by L. E. Göran Eriksson.|
|LC Classifications||QD431 .E7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||73851352|
2. The electronic structure of flavin radicals. Early EPR studies on flavoproteins were mainly focused on the identification of paramagnetic flavin redox states by using conventional continuous-wave (cw) EPR instrumentation at X-band frequencies (~ 9–10 GHz).Cited by: 1. flavoprotein) e S,,t reactive disulfide center at the enzyme active site, yielding a diamagnetic FlS-intermediate (cf. p. 80), which prevents formation of radicals in the case of the “2 FAD/Mole-Enzymes”. f TPP = thiamine pyrophosphate (It seems at least possible, that the immediate substrate of flavin in the TPP-flavoproteins is theCited by: Electron nuclear double resonance (ENDOR) studies have been performed on the different radical states of flavin model compounds in isotropic fluid solution, in reversed micelles and in frozen solution. Sets of hyperfine coupling constants were evaluated, allowing conclusions about the influence of different substitCited by: The aim of this study is to compare the pulsed ENDOR spectra from different flavoproteins in terms of variations of characteristic proton hyperfine values. The general concept is to observe limits of possible influences on the cofactor's electronic state by surrounding amino acids.
About this book In Flavins and Flavoproteins: Methods and Protocols, expert researchers in the field detail many of the methods which are now commonly used to study flavins and flavoproteins. In Flavins and Flavoproteins: Methods and Protocols, expert researchers in the field detail many of the methods which are now commonly used to study flavins and include review style methods and protocols to exemplify the variety, the power, and the success of modern techniques and methods in application to flavoproteins. "A detailed analysis of flavoproteins will be of value for investigators working with flavin enzymes whether studying mechanisms or searching for inhibitors. Chapters on chemical syntheses and the use of analogs provide useful information on approaches to both of these areas.."-Doodys Health Sciences Book Review Journal. Annotation. This volume contains two parts. In its first part, Experiment (Physico-Chemical Studies), the application of modern instrumental tools (such as X-ray crystallography, 29Si NMR spectroscopy, UV-Photoelectron Spectroscopy, and other methods) for assessing the structures of organosilicon compounds is described.
Flavoproteins – Natural Supramolecules for Biocatalysis Citation: Anika Scholtissek and Dirk Tischler. “Flavoproteins – Natural Supramolecules for Biocatalysis”. EC Microbiology ECO (): 44 BIBLIOGRAPHY gen. The liquid substance could be separated in a colorless and another yellow fraction. Two years later, the Swede H. Flavoproteins are proteins that contain a nucleic acid derivative of riboflavin: the flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) or flavin mononucleotide (FMN).. Flavoproteins are involved in a wide array of biological processes, including removal of radicals contributing to oxidative stress, photosynthesis, and DNA flavoproteins are some of the most-studied families of enzymes. This research was aimed to study physico‐chemical properties and antioxidant activities of foam‐mat dried germinated rice bean (Vigna umbellata) ation led to an increase in released phenolic content and antioxidant activity (DPPH radical scavenging activity and . Direct and indirect measurements of free radicals by physico-chemical methods In vitro and in vivo detection of free radical metabolites with electron spin resonance -- The application of high-field nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to the detiction of products arising from the reactions of free radicals in chemical model.