Archive of Kirill's P450 Café

By Kirill Degtyarenko

Last modified: Thu Apr 15 15:51:05 BST 2004


26 December 1997.

And finally...

Happy New Year!


19 December 1997.

The last week before Christmas! Today I would like to present two very interesting papers:

Have good holidays.


12 December 1997.


5 December 1997.


28 November 1997.


21 November 1997.


14 November 1997.


7 November 1997.


31 October 1997.


24 October 1997.

Until very recent, many (including myself) believed that oxygenase domain of NOS is just highly diverged form of P450 - e.g., see [Degtyarenko, K.N. and Archakov, A.I. (1993) FEBS Lett. 332, 1-8] for pairwise alignment of haem domains of P450BM-3 and NOS. Now we can see that NOS is definitely not a P450. However, it won't prevent me from publishing some more NOS news here in the Directory of P450-containing Systems.


17 October 1997.


10 October 1997.


3 October 1997.


26 September 1997.


19 September 1997.


12 September 1997.


5 September 1997.


29 August 1997.


22 August 1997.


15 August 1997.


8 August 1997.


1 August 1997.


25 July 1997.


18 July 1997.


11 July 1997.


4 July 1997.


27 June 1997.


20 June 1997.


13 June 1997.


6 June 1997.


30 May 1997.

In fact this "artificial P450" catalyst is a manganese porphyrin with four attached cyclodextrins.


23 May 1997.

For a review, see


16 May 1997.


9 May 1997.


2 May 1997.


25 April 1997.


18 April 1997.


11 April 1997.


4 April 1997.


28 March 1997.


21 March 1997.


14 March 1997.


7 March 1997.


28 February 1997.


14 February 1997.


7 February 1997.


31 January 1997.

Don't be confused - `cytochrome c reductase fragment' is actually cytochrome b5 reductase fragment!


24 January 1997.


17 January 1997.


10 January 1997.


3 January 1997.

This paper appears in an amazing issue of Chemical Reviews on Bioinorganic Enzymology (Chemical Reviews vol. 96, no. 7, 1996).


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