*  Maitree Bhattacharyya
... function and interactions with special interest to heme proteins, bio molecular interaction. "University of Calcutta: ... "Transition Metal Induced Conformational Change of Heme Proteins". Spectroscopy Letters. 48: 324-330. doi:10.1080/00387010.2014. ...
*  Hemeprotein
Hemeproteins have diverse biological functions including oxygen transport, which is completed via hemeproteins including ... Being hemeproteins, they both contain a heme prosthetic group. His-F8 of the myoglobin, also known as the proximal histidine, ... Hemeproteins also enable electron transfer as they form part of the electron transport chain. Cyctochrome a, cytochrome b, and ... Hemeproteins probably evolved to incorporate the iron atom contained within the protoporphyrin IX ring of heme into proteins. ...
*  Gaseous signaling molecules
Sampath V, Zhao XJ, Caughey WS (Apr 27, 2001). "Anesthetic-like interactions of nitric oxide with albumin and hemeproteins. A ... Typical cases involve the nitrosylation of heme proteins like cytochromes, thereby disabling the normal enzymatic activity of ...
*  Cofactor (biochemistry)
One diverse set of examples is the heme proteins, which consist of a porphyrin ring coordinated to iron. Iron-sulfur clusters ... Li, Ting; Bonkovsky, Herbert L.; Guo, Jun-tao (2011-01-01). "Structural analysis of heme proteins: implications for design and ...
*  Myoglobin
Collman JP, Brauman JI, Halbert TR, Suslick KS (Oct 1976). "Nature of O2 and CO binding to metalloporphyrins and heme proteins ...
*  Heme A
This is a common ligand for many hemeproteins including hemoglobin and myoglobin. Heme A in the cytochrome a portion of ...
*  Shewanella violacea
Cytochromes are hemeproteins involved in the generation of ATP via electron transport. S. violacea contains three main types of ...
*  Octaethylporphyrin
The compound is used in the preparation of models for the prosthetic group in heme proteins. It is a dark purple solid that is ...
*  Sodium nitrite
Nitrite reacts with heme proteins and metal ions, neutralizing free radicals by nitric oxide (one of its byproducts). ...
*  Nitric oxide
Typical cases involve the nitrosylation of heme proteins like cytochromes, thereby disabling the normal enzymatic activity of ...
*  Siderophore
... or have receptors that bind directly to iron/heme proteins. In eukaryotes, other strategies to enhance iron solubility and ...
*  Evolution of metal ions in biological systems
Mg porphyrin gives rise to chlorophyll, Fe porphyrin to heme proteins, Ni porphyrin yields factor F-430, and Co porphyrin ...
*  James A. Ibers
Distal polar and steric effects in heme proteins and models" Journal of the American Chemical Society 1994, volume 116, pp. 162 ...
*  Iron
The most commonly known and studied bioinorganic iron compounds (biological iron molecules) are the heme proteins: examples are ... 4H+ outside Although the heme proteins are the most important class of iron-containing proteins, the iron-sulfur proteins are ...
*  Cytochrome
... s are iron containing hemeproteins central to which are heme groups that are primarily responsible for the generation ... and classified these heme proteins, on the basis of the position of their lowest energy absorption band in the reduced state, ...
*  Heme C
Some hemeproteins, often from single cell organisms, may contain five hemes C. The bc1 complex is another important enzyme that ... It is common for the heme C to amino acid ratio to be high for bacterial hemeproteins, so the interiors of some cytochrome c ... proteins appear packed with many heme C groups compared with other hemeproteins. ...
*  Denis Rousseau
He is also a pioneer in using Resonance Raman spectroscopy to study heme proteins, notably hemoglobin, Cytochrome c oxidase, ...
*  Heme
ISBN 1-57259-153-6.) Paoli, M. (2002). "Structure-function relationships in heme-proteins". DNA Cell Biol. 21 (4): 271-280. doi ... and hemeproteins involved in mitochondrial redox, oxidation-reduction, cycle between Fe(II) and Fe(III). It has been speculated ... "iron-porphyrin prosthetic group of heme proteins"(Nelson, D. L.; Cox, M. M. "Lehninger, Principles of Biochemistry" 3rd Ed. ...
*  Cystathionine beta synthase
Therefore, it is possible that CBS in slime molds and insects are hemeproteins that suggest that the heme domain is an early ...
*  Hemopexin
Its function is scavenging the heme released or lost by the turnover of heme proteins such as hemoglobin and thus protects the ...
*  Non-innocent ligand
In other heme proteins, such as myoglobin, ligand-centered redox does not occur and the porphyrin is innocent. The catalytic ...
*  Chlorite dismutase
... but it bears no structural or sequence relationships with known peroxidases or other heme proteins and is part of a large ...
*  Metals in medicine
... results in the loss of functional heme proteins (hemoglobin, myoglobin, etc.), which are responsible for oxygen transport or ...
*  Dye decolorizing peroxidase
... benzenesulfonate These heme proteins are secreted by basidiomycetous fungi and eubacteria. Kim, S.J.; Shoda, M. (1999). " ...
*  Theories of general anaesthetic action
... which is a group of heme proteins that hydroxylate a diverse group of compounds, including fatty acids, steroids, and ...