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      Michael D Lowery

      Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305, USA | Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305. | Department of Chemistry, Stanford ...



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      Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305, USA


      Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305.


      Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305 USA



      Michael D Lowery: Influence Statistics

      Sample of concepts for which Michael D Lowery is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      axial carbonyl oxygen #3
      methionine ion site #3
      reasonable metalglycine bond #3
      glycine esidue #3
      requirement orbital overlap #3
      fact oxidized site #3
      jahnteller distorting forces #3
      review groups studies #3
      axial methionine residue #3
      weaker axial bond #3
      d10 cuprous sites #3
      strong inplane ligands #3
      covalent stabilization methionine #3
      metal bonding interactions #3
      peaks ligand edge #3
      normal ligandmetal bond #3
      variable temperature mcd #4
      cuii methionine #5
      residue blue #5
      fundamental insight reactivity #6
      ligand field region #7
      weak ionic attraction #7
      axial ligand bonding #7
      entatic rack state #8
      copper kedge spectroscopy #8
      enzymes hemocyanins #10
      oxygen glycine #11
      bioinorganic spectroscopy #13
      orbitals geometry #13
      bond methionine #14
      key role description #15
      variable energy photoelectron #16
      bonding cuii #17
      ligand field geometry #19
      intensities ligand #20
      oxygen binding activation #22
      metal glycine #26
      glycine bond #27
      edge define #27
      geometry review #27
      oxidized blue #31
      bonding blue #31
      intensities metal #31
      insight reduced #31
      oxidation evaluation #32
      anisotropic covalency #33
      metal valence orbitals #33
      studies intensities #39
      electronic structure oxidation #39
      oxidized site #42


      Prominent publications by Michael D Lowery

      KOL-Index: 6036

      This is a review of our group's studies on the electronic structure of the blue copper site and its contribution to function. It starts with the known crystallographic results and demonstrates how spectroscopy allows these results to be extended to obtain fundamental insight into reactivity. These studies: (1) demonstrate that the unique spectral features associated with the oxidized blue copper site reflect a novel ground state wavefunction with high anisotropic covalency which plays a ...

      Known for Electronic Structure | Blue Copper | Reduction Potential | Electron Transfer | Oxidized Site
      KOL-Index: 4459

      Self consistent field-Xα-scattered wave (SCF-Xα-SW) calculations have been used to characterize the bonding between the Cu(II) ion and the axial methionine residue in blue copper proteins. In addition, the interaction of an axial carbonyl oxygen of a glycine residue found at ∼3 Å. from the copper center in azurins has also been considered. Seven blue copper model sites were constructed to probe various changes in copper coordination and to examine the effects of Zn(II) substituted for ...

      Known for Blue Copper Proteins | Axial Ligand | Copper Ion | Carbonyl Oxygen | Cuii Znii
      KOL-Index: 2838

      We have seen from the previous discussion that absorption spectral studies in the ligand field region probe the energy splittings of the d orbitals and that this relates to the geometry of the metal center. The energies and intensities of ligand-to-metal charge transfer transitions sensitively probe bonding interactions of the ligand with the metal center. Charge transfer transitions can be used both qualitatively to observe ligand binding to a metal center, owing to the requirement of ...

      Known for Copper Proteins | Metal Center | Orbital Overlap | Absorption Spectroscopy | Circular Dichroism
      KOL-Index: 2811

      Many metalloenzymes exhibit distinctive spectral features that are now becoming well understood. These reflect active site electronic structures that can make significant contributions to catalysis. Copper proteins provide well-characterized examples in which the unusual electronic structures of their active sites contribute to rapid, long-range electron transfer reactivity, oxygen binding and activation, and the multielectron reduction of dioxygen to water.

      Known for Bioinorganic Chemistry | Electronic Structure | Copper Proteins | Active Sites | Dioxygen Water

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      Michael D Lowery:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichMichael D Loweryhas direct influence:Electronic structure,  Blue copper site,  Reduction potentials,  Copper proteins,  Blue copper proteins,  Active sites,  Blue copper,  Electronic structures.

      Michael D Lowery:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Michael D Lowery has influence:Electron transfer,  Active site,  Copper proteins,  Crystal structure,  Redox potential,  Pseudomonas aeruginosa,  Metal complexes.



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