Archive of Kirill's Paper of the Week - 2000

By Kirill Degtyarenko

Last modified: Mon Aug 2 09:50:48 BST 2004


22 December 2000.


15 December 2000.


8 December 2000.


1 December 2000.


24 November 2000.


17 November 2000.


10 November 2000.

After a very long break, let's start again...


6 October 2000.


29 September 2000.


22 September 2000.


15 September 2000.


8 September 2000.


1 September 2000.


25 August 2000.

Also see a comment: H-Ar-F


18 August 2000.

Also see a comment:


11 August 2000.


4 August 2000.

The binding of benzohydroxamic acid to class III plant peroxidases yields hexacoordinate quantum mechanically admixed S = 5/2 and S = 3/2 state never observed in haem proteins before.


21 July 2000.


14 July 2000.

Also see a comment:


7 July 2000.


30 June 2000.


23 June 2000.

Prokaryotic enzymes fold faster!


16 June 2000.


9 June 2000.


2 June 2000.


26 May 2000.


19 May 2000.


12 May 2000.


5 May 2000.


21 April 2000.


14 April 2000.


7 April 2000.


31 March 2000.


24 March 2000.


17 March 2000.

Why Viking 1976 Mars missions failed to find organic molecules on the Martian surface.


10 March 2000.

The Space Shuttle brought back some beautiful crystals.


3 March 2000.


25 February 2000.


18 February 2000.


11 February 2000.


4 February 2000.


28 January 2000.


21 January 2000.


14 January 2000.

In contrast to other known ferritins, that have 24 subunits, the Listeria ferritin has 12 subunits. The ferroxidase site is not contained within a four-helix bundle but situated at the interface of two different subunits.


7 January 2000.


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