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Pullin, Jacob and Wilson, Michael T and Clémancey, Martin and Blondin, Geneviève and Bradley, Justin M and Moore, Geoffrey R and Le Brun, Nick E and Lučić, Marina and Worrall, Jonathan AR and Svistunenko, Dimitri A (2021) 'Iron oxidation in Escherichia coli bacterioferritin ferroxidase centre, a site designed to react rapidly with H2O2 but slowly with O2.' Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 60 (15). 8361 - 8369. ISSN 1433-7851

Bradley, Justin M and Svistunenko, Dimitry A and Wilson, Michael T and Hemmings, Andrew M and Moore, Geoffrey R and Le Brun, Nick E (2020) 'Bacterial iron detoxification at the molecular level.' The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 295 (51). 17602 - 17623. ISSN 0021-9258

Bradley, Justin M and Pullin, Jacob and Moore, Geoffrey R and Svistunenko, Dimitri A and Hemmings, Andrew M and Le Brun, Nick E (2020) 'Routes of iron entry into, and exit from, the catalytic ferroxidase sites of the prokaryotic ferritin SynFtn.' Dalton Transactions, 49 (5). 1545 - 1554. ISSN 1477-9226

Pellicer Martinez, Ma Teresa and Crack, Jason C and Stewart, Melissa Yy and Bradley, Justin M and Svistunenko, Dimitri A and Johnston, Andrew Wb and Cheesman, Myles R and Todd, Jonathan D and Le Brun, Nick E (2019) 'Mechanisms of iron- and O₂-sensing by the [4Fe-4S] cluster of the global iron regulator RirA.' eLife, 8. ISSN 2050-084X

Bennett, Sophie P and Soriano-Laguna, Manuel J and Bradley, Justin M and Svistunenko, Dimitri A and Richardson, David J and Gates, Andrew J and Le Brun, Nick E (2019) 'NosL is a dedicated copper chaperone for assembly of the CuZ center of nitrous oxide reductase.' Chemical Science, 10 (19). 4985 - 4993. ISSN 2041-6539

Child, Stella A and Bradley, Justin M and Pukala, Tara L and Svistunenko, Dimitri A and Le Brun, Nick E and Bell, Stephen G (2018) 'Electron transfer ferredoxins with unusual cluster binding motifs support secondary metabolism in many bacteria.' Chemical Science, 9 (41). 7948 - 7957. ISSN 2041-6539

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