Special Issue "Transition Metals in Catalysis: The Functional Relationship of Fe–S Clusters and Molybdenum or Tungsten Cofactor-Containing Enzyme Systems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2020) | Viewed by 15078
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Interests: molybdenum cofactor; catalytic mechanism of molybdoenzymes; crosstalk of Fe–S cluster assembly and Moco biosynthesis; sulfur-containing cofactors
Interests: metabolism; metalloenzymes; molybdenum cofactor; membrane proteins; nitrogen cycle
Interests: structural biology; metalloenzymes; membrane proteins; biological nitrogen fixation; iron–sulfur enzymes; cofactor biogenesis; nitrogen cycle; metabolism
Interests: bioinorganic chemistry; molybdenum and tungsten cofactors; vanadium; model synthesis; X-ray diffraction; oxygen atom transfer; organometallic catalysis; pentathiepins; structure–function relationships
Following the Molybdenum and Tungsten Enzyme conference “MoTEC” and the satellite meeting on “Iron-Sulfur for Life”, we kindly invite you to submit a research paper to this Special Issue of Inorganics entitled “Transition Metals in Catalysis: The Functional Relationship of Fe–S Clusters and Molybdenum or Tungsten Cofactor-Containing Enzyme Systems”. Contributions should study enzyme mechanisms, innovative model complexes, and biogenesis pathways that are interconnected by distinct metal ions, in particular, molybdenum, tungsten, and iron. The particular focus is on molybdenum and tungsten cofactor-containing enzyme systems, nitrogenase and Fe–S cluster assembly, and insertion into enzymes. We encourage everyone within these research fields to submit an article so that we can compile a comprehensive Special Issue that may inspire future research directions.
Prof. Dr. Silke Leimkühler
Prof. Dr. Axel Magalon
Prof. Dr. Oliver Einsle
Prof. Dr. Carola Schulzke
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- Fe–S cluster assembly
- molybdenum and tungsten cofactor biosynthesis
- bioinspired complexes
- biomimetic catalysis