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Jaeick Lee
Professor Christopher Dennison
Cytosolic Copper Binding by a Bacterial Storage Protein and Interplay with Copper Efflux2019
Professor Christopher Dennison
The Coordination Chemistry of Copper Uptake and Storage for Methane Oxidation2019
Professor Christopher Dennison
Sholto David
Jaeick Lee
Bacterial copper storage proteins2018
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Abdelnasser El Ghazouani
Jaeick Lee
Professor Christopher Dennison
Insight into Metal Removal from Peptides that Sequester Copper for Methane Oxidation2018
Dr Arnaud Basle
Semeli Platsaki
Professor Christopher Dennison
Visualizing Biological Copper Storage: The Importance of Thiolate-Coordinated Tetranuclear Clusters2017
Gianpiero Landolfi
Dr Arnaud Basle
Semeli Platsaki
Jaeick Lee
Dr Kevin Waldron
et al.
Bacterial cytosolic proteins with a high capacity for Cu(I) that protect against copper toxicity2016
Professor Christopher Dennison
Methanobactin and the Link between Copper and Bacterial Methane Oxidation2016
Dr Nicolas Vita
Semeli Platsaki
Dr Arnaud Basle
Stephen Allen
Dr Kevin Waldron
et al.
A four-helix bundle stores copper for methane oxidation2015
Professor Christopher Dennison
Influence of the dynamic interplay between protein and solvent on the redox properties of blue copper proteins2014
Stephen Allen
Professor Christopher Dennison
The importance of Zn(II) binding by the human copper metallochaperone for Cu,Zn-superoxide dismutase2014
Dr Adriana Badarau
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Susan Firbank
Professor Christopher Dennison
Crosstalk between Cu(I) and Zn(II) homeostasis via Atx1 and cognate domains2013
Professor Christopher Dennison
How the Dynamics of the Metal-Binding Loop Region Controls the Acid Transition in Cupredoxins2013
Dr Adriana Badarau
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Susan Firbank
Professor Christopher Dennison
Investigating the Role of Zinc and Copper Binding Motifs of Trafficking Sites in the Cyanobacterium Synechocystis PCC 68032013
Dorota Kostrz
Professor Christopher Dennison
Refined Distances Between Paramagnetic Centers of a Multi-Copper Nitrite Reductase Determined by Pulsed EPR (iDEER) Spectroscopy2013
Stephen Allen
Dr Adriana Badarau
Professor Christopher Dennison
The influence of protein folding on the copper affinities of trafficking and target sites2013
Stephen Allen
Dr Adriana Badarau
Professor Christopher Dennison
Cu(I) Affinities of the Domain 1 and 3 Sites in the Human Metallochaperone for Cu,Zn-Superoxide Dismutase2012
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Dorota Kostrz
Professor Christopher Dennison
The influence of active site loop mutations on the thermal stability of azurin from Pseudomonas aeruginosa2012
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Dr Isabelle Salard-Arnaud
Dorota Kostrz
Professor Christopher Dennison
Understanding the Mechanism of Short-Range Electron Transfer Using an Immobilized Cupredoxin2012
Dr Abdelnasser El Ghazouani
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Joseph Gray
Professor David Graham
Dr Susan Firbank
et al.
Variations in methanobactin structure influences copper utilization by methane-oxidizing bacteria2012
Dr Adriana Badarau
Professor Christopher Dennison
Copper trafficking mechanism of CXXC-containing domains: Insight from the pH-dependence of their Cu(I) afffinities2011
Dr Abdelnasser El Ghazouani
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Susan Firbank
Dr Charles Knapp
Dr Joseph Gray
et al.
Copper-Binding Properties and Structures of Methanobactins from Methylosinus trichosporium OB3b2011
Dr Ernest Chi Fru
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Clare McCann
Dr Joana Baptista
Dr Beate Christgen
et al.
Effects of copper mineralogy and methanobactin on cell growth and sMMO activity in Methylosinus trichosporium OB3b2011
Dorota Kostrz
Professor Christopher Dennison
Fluorescence Lifetime Analysis of Nitrite Reductase from Alcaligenes xylosoxidans at the Single-Molecule Level Reveals the Enzyme Mechanism2011
Dr Chan Li
Dr Katsuko Sato
Dr Isabelle Salard-Arnaud
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
et al.
Metal-Binding Loop Length Is a Determinant of the pK(a) of a Histidine Ligand at a Type 1 Copper Site2011
Dorota Kostrz
Professor Christopher Dennison
Redox cycling and kinetic analysis of single molecules of solution-phase nitrite reductase2011
Dr Adriana Badarau
Professor Christopher Dennison
Thermodynamics of copper and zinc distribution in the cyanobacterium Synechocystis PCC 68032011
Professor Christopher Dennison
Factors Affecting the Electron Transfer Properties of an Immobilized Cupredoxin2010
Dr Adriana Badarau
Dr Susan Firbank
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
Visualizing the Metal-Binding Versatility of Copper Trafficking Sites2010
Professor Christopher Dennison
Dr Chan Li
Active site loop dictates the thermodynamics of reduction and ligand protonation in cupredoxins2009
Dr Katsuko Sato
Professor Christopher Dennison
Can soaked-in scavengers protect metalloprotein active sites from reduction during data collection?2009
Dr Katsuko Sato
Dr Chan Li
Dr Isabelle Salard-Arnaud
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
et al.
Metal-binding loop length and not sequence dictates structure2009
Dr Adriana Badarau
Dr Susan Firbank
Dr Kevin Waldron
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Professor Nigel Robinson
et al.
FutA2 is a ferric binding protein from Synechocystis PCC 68032008
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Dr Susan Firbank
Anne Lawler
Dr David Hunter
Emeritus Professor William McFarlane
et al.
pi-interaction tuning of the active site properties of metalloproteins2008
Dr Stephen Tottey
Dr Kevin Waldron
Dr Susan Firbank
Dr Katsuko Sato
Dr Tim Cheek
et al.
Protein-folding location can regulate manganese-binding versus copper- or zinc-binding2008
Dr Susan Firbank
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
Regulation of protein function: Crystal packing interfaces and conformational dimerization2008
Professor Christopher Dennison
The role of ligand-containing loops at copper sites in proteins2008
Dr Katsuko Sato
Professor Christopher Dennison
Thermal unfolding studies of a phytocyanin2008
Dr Kevin Waldron
Dr Stephen Tottey
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Professor Christopher Dennison
Professor Nigel Robinson
et al.
A periplasmic iron-binding protein contributes toward inward copper supply2007
Dr Chan Li
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
Engineering copper sites in proteins: Loops confer native structures and properties to chimeric cupredoxins2007
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Professor Christopher Dennison
Influence of loop shortening on the metal binding site of cupredoxin pseudoazurin2007
Dr Katsuko Sato
Professor Christopher Dennison
Transient protein interactions between cytochrome f and the phytocyanin umecyanin2007
Dr Katsuko Sato
Professor Christopher Dennison
Active site comparison of CoII blue and green nitrite reductases2006
Dr Chan Li
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
Basic requirements for a metal-binding site in a protein: The influence of loop shortening on the cupredoxin azurin2006
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Dr Mark Banfield
Professor Christopher Dennison
The role of hydrogen bonding at the active site of a cupredoxin: The Phe114Pro azurin variant2006
Dr Katsuko Sato
Professor Christopher Dennison
Ultrafast pump-probe study of excited-state charge-transfer dynamics in umecyanin from horseradish root2006
Dr Kevin Waldron
Iftikhar Hussain
Professor Christopher Dennison
Professor Nigel Robinson
Professor Colin Dingwall
et al.
BACE1 cytoplasmic domain interacts with the copper chaperone for superoxide dismutase-1 and binds copper2005
Dr Dr MD Harrison Harrison
Professor Christopher Dennison
Crystal structures of oxidized and reduced stellacyanin from horseradish roots2005
Dr Dr MD Harrison Harrison
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Professor Christopher Dennison
Investigating the cause of the alkaline transition of phytocyanins2005
Professor Christopher Dennison
Investigating the structure and function of cupredoxins2005
Professor Christopher Dennison
Ligand and loop variations at type 1 copper sites: Influence on structure and reactivity2005
Dr Katsuko Sato
Dr Dr MD Harrison Harrison
Professor Christopher Dennison
Optical spectroscopic investigation of the alkaline transition in umecyanin from horseradish root2005
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Professor Christopher Dennison
Reduction potential tuning at a type 1 copper site does not compromise electron transfer reactivity2005
Dr Katsuko Sato
Professor Christopher Dennison
Transient homodimer interactions studied using the electron self-exchange reaction2005
Dr Dr MD Harrison Harrison
Professor Christopher Dennison
An axial met ligand at a type 1 copper site is preferable for fast electron transfer2004
Dr Dr MD Harrison Harrison
Professor Christopher Dennison
Characterization of Arabidopsis thaliana Stellacyanin: A Comparison with Umecyanin2004
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Professor Christopher Dennison
Loop-contraction mutagenesis of type 1 copper sites2004
Professor Christopher Dennison
Dr Katsuko Sato
Paramagnetic 1H NMR Spectrum of the Cobalt(II) Derivative of Spinach Plastocyanin2004
Dr Katsuko Sato
Professor Christopher Dennison
Pseudospecificity of the Acidic Patch of Plastocyanin for the Interaction with Cytochrome f2004
Professor Christopher Dennison
Dr Dr MD Harrison Harrison
The Active-Site Structure of Umecyanin, the Stellacyanin from Horseradish Roots2004
Dr David Hunter
Dr Katsuko Sato
Emeritus Professor William McFarlane
Professor Christopher Dennison
The parsley plastocyanin-turnip cytochrome f complex: A structurally distorted but kinetically functional acidic patch2004
Dr Katsuko Sato
Professor Christopher Dennison
Active-site structure and electron-transfer reactivity of plastocyanins2003
Professor Christopher Dennison
Anne Lawler
Alkaline transition of phytocyanins: A comparison of stellacyanin and umecyanin2003
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Dr Katsuko Sato
Professor Christopher Dennison
Introduction of a π-π interaction at the active site of a cupredoxin: Characterization of the met16Phe pseudoazurin mutant2003
Sachiko Yanagisawa
Professor Christopher Dennison
Loop-contraction mutagenesis of a type 1 copper site2003
Dr Katsuko Sato
Professor Christopher Dennison
Effect of histidine 6 protonation on the active site structure and electron-transfer capabilities of pseudoazurin from Achromobacter cycloclastes2002
Professor Christopher Dennison
Dr Katsuko Sato
Paramagnetic 1H NMR spectrum of nickel(II) pseudoazurin: Investigation of the active site structure and the acid and alkaline transitions2002
Professor Christopher Dennison
Anne Lawler
Unusual Properties of Plastocyanin from the Fern Dryopteris crassirhizoma2002
Dr Katsuko Sato
Professor Christopher Dennison
UV resonance Raman and NMR spectroscopic studies on the pH dependent metal ion release from pseudoazurin2002
Professor Christopher Dennison
Azurin and Azurin Mutants2001
Dr David Hunter
Emeritus Professor William McFarlane
Emeritus Prof Alfred Sykes
Professor Christopher Dennison
Effect of pH on the self-exchange reactivity of the plant plastocyanin from parsley2001
Professor Christopher Dennison
Anne Lawler
Investigations of the alkaline and acid transitions of umecyanin, a stellacyanin from horseradish roots2001
Dr Katsuko Sato
Professor Christopher Dennison
Metal ion release mechanism of the blue copper protein pseudoazurin2001
Professor Christopher Dennison
Characterisation of the Met99Gln Variant of Amicyanin2000
Professor Christopher Dennison
Loop-directed mutagenesis of the blue copper protein amicyanin from Paracoccus versutus and its effect on the structure and the activity of the type-1 copper site2000
Professor Christopher Dennison
Paramagnetic NMR studies of copper-containing nitrite reductases2000
Professor Christopher Dennison
The Met99Gln mutant of amicyanin from Paracoccus versutus2000
Professor Christopher Dennison
Alkaline Transition of Pseudoazurin from Achromobacter cycloclastes Studied by Paramagnetic NMR and Its Effect on Electron Transfer1999
Professor Christopher Dennison
Paramagnetic NMR investigations of Co(II) and Ni(II) amicyanin1999
Professor Christopher Dennison
Emeritus Prof Alfred Sykes
Electron transfer in ruthenium-modified plastocyanin1998