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Complex formation of some pesticides with adenosine triphosphoric acid
Conclusions1.It was shown by the method of spectrofluorimetry that pesticides (bazagran, zenkor, kuzagard, lontrel, raundap, setoxidim, tachigaren, and tilt), as well as the metallocomplexes of theExpand
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Character of the reaction of di- and polynucleotides with some pesticides
Lontrel, Sencor, Roundup, Kusagard, Tachigaren, Tilt, and Sethoxydim, as well as the bidentate Cu, Co, Ni, Mo, and Fe complexes of the herbicide Lontrel form molecular complexes with adenineExpand
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Protein dynamics control of electron transfer in photosynthetic reaction centers from Rps. sulfoviridis.
In the cycle of photosynthetic reaction centers, the initially oxidized special pair of bacteriochlorophyll molecules is subsequently reduced by an electron transferred over a chain of four hemes ofExpand
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Transformation of mononuclear dinitrosyl iron complex (DNIC) with thiourea in glutathione aqueous solution
Abstract In this work, transformation of DNIC with thiourea ligands, [Fe(SС(NH2)2)2(NO)2]Сl∙H2O (I), in an aqueous buffer solution at neutral pH and in the presence of reduced glutathione (GSH) hasExpand
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Effect of protein relaxation on electron transfer from the cytochrome subunit to the bacteriochlorophyll dimer in Rps. sulfoviridis reaction centers within mixed adiabatic/nonadiabatic model.
The broad set of nonexponential electron transfer (ET) kinetics in reaction centers (RC) from Rhodopseudomonas sulfoviridis in temperature range 297-40 K are described within a mixedExpand
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Kinetic regularities of erythrocyte hemolysis and hemoglobin oxidation under the action of sulfur-nitrosyl iron complexes as nitric oxide donors
The kinetics of erythrocyte hemolysis and intra-erythrocyte hemoglobin oxidation under the action of synthetic sulfur-nitrosyl iron complexes was studied. The complexes capable of releasing nitricExpand
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Influence of ligand lipophilicity on the NO-donating ability of the binuclear tetranitrosyl iron complexes in an erythrocyte suspension
The kinetics of nitric oxide release by representatives of a new class of synthetic nitric oxide donors, binuclear tetranitrosyl iron complexes (B-TNIC) with a structure of [Fe2(SR)2(NO)4], where RExpand
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Assessment of the competitiveness of the radical and nonradical mechanisms in the acid-catalyzed oxidation of styrene epoxide
The oxidizability value of styrene epoxide as the ratio k2/√k6, where k2 and k6 are the propagation and termination rate constants of the epoxide oxidation chain, respectively, was calculated fromExpand
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Revealing of the cation-binding sites on the surface of hemoglobin in its reaction with the NO donor, the nitrosyl iron complex {Fe2[S(CH2)2NH3]2(NO)4}SO4·2.5H2O
Deoxyhemoglobin (Hb) stabilizes the cationic nitrosyl iron complex with cysteamine {Fe2[S(CH2)2NH3]2(NO)4}SO4·2.5H2O (CysAm), by slowing down its hydrolysis. In the absence of Hb, the electrochemicalExpand
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Interaction of Hemoglobin with Binuclearcationic Tetranitrosyl Iron Complex with Penicillamine. Cations Binding Sites
In this paper, the kinetics of the interaction of the nitrosyl iron complex with the ligands penicillamine [Fe2(SC5H11NО2)2(NO)4]SO4·5H2O (I) with deoxyhemoglobin (Hb) was studied. The kineticExpand
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