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Nilsson, ZN and Mandella, BL and Sen, K and Kekilli, D and Hough, MA and Moënne-Loccoz, P and Strange, RW and Andrew, CR (2017) 'Distinguishing Nitro vs Nitrito Coordination in Cytochrome c' Using Vibrational Spectroscopy and Density Functional Theory.' Inorganic Chemistry, 56 (21). 13205 - 13213. ISSN 0020-1669

Kekilli, D and Petersen, CA and Pixton, DA and Ghafoor, DD and Abdullah, GH and Dworkowski, FSN and Wilson, MT and Heyes, DJ and Hardman, SJO and Murphy, LM and Strange, RW and Scrutton, NS and Andrew, CR and Hough, MA (2017) 'Engineering proximal vs. distal heme-NO coordination via dinitrosyl dynamics: implications for NO sensor design.' Chemical Science, 8 (3). 1986 - 1994. ISSN 2041-6520

Hough, MA and Andrew, CR (2015) 'Cytochromes c′: Structure, Reactivity and Relevance to Haem-Based Gas Sensing.' 1 - 84. ISSN 0065-2911

Servid, AE and McKay, AL and Davis, CA and Garton, EM and Manole, A and Dobbin, PS and Hough, MA and Andrew, CR (2015) 'Resonance Raman spectra of five-coordinate heme-nitrosyl cytochromes c ′: effect of the proximal heme-NO environment.' Biochemistry, 54 (21). 3320 - 3327. ISSN 0006-2960

Kekilli, D and Dworkowski, FSN and Pompidor, G and Fuchs, MR and Andrew, CR and Antonyuk, S and Strange, RW and Eady, RR and Hasnain, SS and Hough, MA (2014) 'Fingerprinting redox and ligand states in haemprotein crystal structures using resonance Raman spectroscopy.' Acta Crystallographica Section D: Biological Crystallography, 70 (5). 1289 - 1296. ISSN 0907-4449

Hough, MA and Antonyuk, SV and Barbieri, S and Rustage, N and McKay, AL and Servid, AE and Eady, RR and Andrew, CR and Hasnain, SS (2011) 'Distal-to-proximal NO conversion in hemoproteins: The role of the proximal pocket.' Journal of Molecular Biology, 405 (2). 395 - 409. ISSN 0022-2836

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