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Ferousi, Christina (author), Lindhoud, S. (author), Baymann, Frauke (author), Kartal, Boran (author), Jetten, M.S.M. (author), Reimann, Joachim (author)
The most abundant transition metal in biological systems is iron. It is incorporated into protein cofactors and serves either catalytic, redox or regulatory purposes. Anaerobic ammonium oxidizing (anammox) bacteria rely heavily on iron-containing proteins – especially cytochromes – for their energy conservation, which occurs within a unique...
review 2017
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Lindhoud, S. (author), Dias Ribeiro de Carvalho, V.I. (author), Pronk, J.W. (author), Aubin-Tam, M.E. (author)
Challenges in purification and subsequent functionalization of membrane proteins often complicate their biochemical and biophysical characterization. Purification of membrane proteins generally involves replacing the lipids surrounding the protein with detergent molecules, which can affect protein structure and function. Recently, it was shown...
journal article 2016
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Lindhoud, S. (author), Westphal, A.H. (author), Van Mierlo, C.P.M. (author), Visser, A.J.W.G. (author), Borst, J.W. (author)
Uniform labeling of proteins with fluorescent donor and acceptor dyes with an equimolar ratio is paramount for accurate determination of Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET) efficiencies. In practice, however, the labeled protein population contains donor-labeled molecules that have no corresponding acceptor. These FRET-inactive donors...
journal article 2014