Publikationen – 2004

Hellmann N (2004): “Analysis of inverse Bohr-effect in oxygen binding of hemocyanin from E. californicum”, Biophys. Chem. 109:157-167

Hagner-Holler S, Schoen A, Erker W, Marden JH, Rupprecht R, Decker H and Burmester T (2004): “A hemocyanin from an insect”, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 101:871-874

Jaenicke E and Decker H (2004): “Functional changes in the family of type 3 copper proteins in evolution”, ChemBioChem 5:163-176, (invited review)

Hartmann H, Bongers A and Decker H (2004): “Monte Carlo based reconstruction of keyhole limpet hemocyanin type 1 (KLH1): Small angle X-ray scattering reveals oxygen dependent conformational change of the surface”, J. Biol. Chem. 279:2841-2845

Decker H and Jaenicke E (2004): “Recent findings on phenoloxidase activity and antimicrobial activity of hemocyanins”, Dev. Comp. Immunol. 28:673-87, (invited review)

Hartmann H and Decker H (2004): “Small-angle scattering techniques for analysing structural transitions in hemocyanins”, in “Methods in Enzymology Vol. 379: Energetics of Biological Macromolecules” Holt JM, Johnson ML, Ackers GK (eds.), pp. 81-106

Erker W, Hübler R and Decker H (2004): “Structure-based calculation of multi-donor multi-acceptor fluorescence resonance energy transfer in the 4×6-mer tarantula hemocyanin”, Eur. Biophys. J. 33:386 - 395

Schweikardt T, Jaenicke E and Decker H (2004): “Homology modelling of hemocyanins and tyrosinases:pitfalls in automated approaches”, Micron 35:97-98

Möller M and Decker H (2004): “Tarantula hemocyanin imaged by atomic force microscopy”, Micron 35:15-16

Pelster B and Decker H (2004): “New Physiological Insights in the Root effect”, Micron 35:73-74

Erker W, Lippitz M, Basche T and Decker H (2004): “Toward oxygen binding curves of single respiratory proteins”, Micron 35:111-113

Hartmann H, Müller T and Decker H (2004): “Modelling technics for analysing conformational transitions in hemocyanins by small angle scattering of X-rays and neutrons”, Micron 35:11-13

Jaenicke E and Decker H (2004): “Conversion of crustacean hemocyanins to catecholoxidase”, Micron 35:89-90

Hellmann, N, Hörnemann J, Jaenicke E and Decker H (2004): “Urate as effector for crustacean hemocyanins”, Micron 35:109-110

Colangelo N, Hellmann N, Giomi F, Bubacco L, Di Muro P, Salvato B, Decker H, Beltramini M (2004): “Structural properties, conformational stability and oxygen binding properties of Penaeus monodon hemocyanin”, Micron 35:53-54

Erker W, Schoen A, Basché T, Decker H (2004): “Fluorescence labels as sensors for oxygen binding of arthropod hemocyanins”, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 324:893-900.

Menze M, Hellmann N, Decker H and Grieshaber MK (2004): “Effector binding of oxygenated and deoxygenated hemocyaninof the lobster Homarus americanus”, Biophys. J. 86:94a

Hellmann N, Martin S, Bawumia S and Bayley P (2004): “Kinetic mechanism of activation of calmodulin-dependent kinase I”, Biophys. J. 86:454a

Weuffen W and Decker H (eds.) (2004): „Thiocyanat – ein bioaktives Ion mit orthomolekularem Charakter“, I. S. M. H. Verlag, Sarow 2004, 373 Seiten;
Kapitelbeiträge:

  • Decker H: "Bildung von Thiocyanat-Ionen im Stoffwechsel und beteiligte Enzyme"
  • Decker H: „Beeinflussung der Konformation von Biomolekülen durch Thiocyanat“
  • Decker H and Weuffen W: „Die Bedeutung von Thiocyanat bei der Peroxidase-Aktivität“