alexa Electronic structure contributions to function in bioinorganic chemistry.
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Medicinal chemistry

Author(s): Solomon EI, Lowery MD

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Abstract 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.
This article was published in Science and referenced in Medicinal chemistry

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