Electronic structure of heme-nitrosyls and its significance for nitric oxide reactivity, sensing, transport, and toxicity in biological systems.

@article{Goodrich2010ElectronicSO,
  title={Electronic structure of heme-nitrosyls and its significance for nitric oxide reactivity, sensing, transport, and toxicity in biological systems.},
  author={L. Goodrich and Florian Paulat and V. Praneeth and N. Lehnert},
  journal={Inorganic chemistry},
  year={2010},
  volume={49 14},
  pages={
          6293-316
        }
}
This review summarizes recent developments in the investigation of the electronic structures, spectroscopic properties, and reactivities of ferrous and ferric heme-nitrosyls and how this relates to important biological processes. Ferrous heme-nitrosyls show interesting variations in electronic structure as a function of the different types of proximal ligands, as is evident from electron paramagnetic resonance, magnetic circular dichroism, and vibrational spectroscopy. In particular… Expand
Heme-nitrosyls: electronic structure implications for function in biology.
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