Multiple conformations at functional site of hemerythrin: Evidence from resonance Raman spectra.

@article{Duff1981MultipleCA,
  title={Multiple conformations at functional site of hemerythrin: Evidence from resonance Raman spectra.},
  author={L L Duff and Gerald L. Klippenstein and Duward F. Shriver and Irving M. Klotz},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={1981},
  volume={78 7},
  pages={
          4138-40
        }
}
Resonance Raman spectra were obtained for monomeric oxymyohemerythrin and for the azide, thiocyanate, cyanate, cyanide, and fluoride adducts of metmyohemerythrin. The internal ligand vibrations in these complexes appear at essentially the same frequencies as those in the corresponding complexes of octameric hemerythrin. Likewise the Fe-O frequencies in H(2) (16)O do not depend on quaternary structure of the protein. The anionic adducts fall into two classes in regard to isotope exchange… 
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