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Enzymes of Energy Technology, Vol 613. Methods in Enzymology

  • ID: 4579861
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  • 401 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Enzymes of Energy Technology, Volume 613 in the Methods in Enzymology series, highlights new advances in the field, with this updated volume presenting interesting chapters written by an international board of authors. Chapters include Purification of fully active and crystallizable photosystem II from thermophilic cyanobacteria, Production and manipulation of [NiFeSe]-hydrogenases for renewable hydrogen research, Hydrogen production by [FeFe]-hydrogenases, Production and properties of enzymes that activate and produce carbon monoxide, Recombinant [NiFe]-hydrogenases from E. coli, Working with nitrogenase, Oxygen--tolerant [NiFe]-hydrogenases, Cytoplasmic and Membrane Bound Hydrogenases from the hyperthermophile Pyrococcus furiosus, and more.

Additional sections cover Enzymatic conversion of methane into useful chemicals, Production and investigations of trans-membrane electron transfer protein, Characterization of post-translational modifications in methyl-coenzyme M reductase in diverse methanogens by mass-spectrometry, Reductive activation of carbon dioxide by formate dehydrogenases, and Lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases in biofuel processing.

14. Production and manipulation of blue copper oxidases for technological applications

Yasmina Mekmouche

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1. Purification of Fully Active and Crystallizable Photosystem II from Thermophilic Cyanobacteria Keisuke Kawakami and Jian-Ren Shen 2. Production and Manipulation of Blue Copper Oxidases for Technological Applications Simeng Zhou, Pierre Rousselot-Pailley, Lu Ren, Yolande Charmasson, Elise Courvoisier Dezord, Thierry Tron and Yasmina Mekmouche 3. Production and Spectroscopic Characterisation of Lytic Polysaccharide Monooxygenases Glyn R. Hemsworth, Luisa Ciano, Gideon J. Davies and Paul H. Walton 4. A Novel Overproduction System for the Structural Determination of a Proton-Pumping Hydrogen-Producing [NiFe]-Hydrogenase Rhiannon M. Evans and Stephen E. Beaton 5. O2-Tolerant [NiFe]-Hydrogenases of Ralstonia eutropha H16: Physiology, Molecular Biology, Purification, and Biochemical Analysis Oliver Lenz, Lars Lauterbach and Stefan Frielingsdorf 6. Cytoplasmic and Membrane Bound Hydrogenases from Pyrococcus furiosus Chang-Hao Wu, Dominik K. Haja and Michael W.W. Adams 7. Purification and Characterization of the [NiFeSe] Hydrogenase from Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough Sónia Zacarias, Marisela Vélez, Marcos Pita, António L. De Lacey, Pedro M. Matias and Inês A.C. Pereira 8. [FeFe]-Hydrogenases from Green Algae Vera Engelbrecht and Thomas Happe 9. Application of Affinity Purification Methods for Analysis of the Nitrogenase System from Azotobacter vinelandii Emilio Jiménez-Vicente, Julia Sanchez Martin Del Campo, Zhi-Yong Yang, Valerie L. Cash, Dennis R. Dean and Lance C. Seefeldt 10. Membrane-Spanning Electron-Transfer Proteins from Electrogenic Bacteria: Production and Investigation Colin W.J. Lockwood, Jessica H. van Wonderen, Marcus J. Edwards, Samuel E.H. Piper, Gaye F. White, Simone Newton-Payne, David J. Richardson, Thomas A. Clarke and Julea N. Butt 11. Reductive Activation of Carbon Dioxide by Formate Dehydrogenases Dimitri Niks and Russ Hille 12. Production and Properties of Enzymes that Activate and Produce Carbon Monoxide Rodney Burton, Mehmet Can, Daniel Esckilsen, Seth Wiley and Stephen W. Ragsdale 13. Genetic Techniques for Studies of Methyl-Coenzyme M Reductase from Methanosarcina acetivorans C2A Dipti D. Nayak and William W. Metcalf 14. Navigating Methane Metabolism: Enzymes, Compartments, and Networks David A. Collins and Marina G. Kalyuzhnaya
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Armstrong, Fraser
Professor Fraser Armstrong teaches at the Oxford University, UK
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