Coordination Chemistry of the Carboxylate Type Siderophore Rhizoferrin: The Iron(III) Complex and Its Metal Analogs.

@article{Carrano1996CoordinationCO,
  title={Coordination Chemistry of the Carboxylate Type Siderophore Rhizoferrin: The Iron(III) Complex and Its Metal Analogs.},
  author={Carl J Carrano and Hartmut Drechsel and Dietmar Kaiser and Guenther Jung and Berthold F. Matzanke and G{\"u}nther Winkelmann and Natacha Rochel and Anne Marie Albrecht-Gary},
  journal={Inorganic chemistry},
  year={1996},
  volume={35 22},
  pages={6429-6436}
}
Rhizoferrin is a member of a new class of siderophores (microbial iron transport compounds) based on carboxylate and hydroxy donor groups rather than the commonly encountered hydroxamates and catecholates. We have studied the coordination chemistry of rhizoferrin (Rf), as a representative of this group, with Fe(3+), Rh(3+), Cr(3+), Al(3+), Ga(3+), VO(2+), and Cu(2+). The metal complexes have been studied by UV-vis, CD, NMR, and EPR spectroscopies and mass spectrometry. The formation constants… CONTINUE READING
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