In der Vorlesung „Biomineralisation“ benutzte Übersichtsarbeiten und Original-Literatur

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O = Originalarbeit

Code R/O Titel Bemerkung
apatite1 R S. V. Dorozhkin, M. Epple: Die biologische und medizinische Bedeutung von Calciumphosphaten. Angew. Chem. 2002, 114, 3260–3277
apatite2 O N. H. de Leeuw: Local ordering of hydroxy groups in hydroxyapatite. Chem. Commun. 2001, 1646–1647.
apatite3 O O. Hochrein, R. Kniep, D. Zahn: Atomistic Simulation Study of the Order/Disorder (Monoclinic to Hexagonal) Phase Transition of Hydroxyapatite. Chem. Mater. 2005, 17, 1978–1981.
apatite4 O Q. Q. Hoang, F. Sicheri, A. J. Howard, D. S. C. Yang: Bone recognition mechanism of porcine osteocalcin from crystal structure. Nature 2003, 425, 977–980
apatite5 R G. K. E. Scriba: Bisphosphonate im Überblick. Pharmazie in unserer Zeit 2000, 29, 50–56
apatite6 R G. A. Rodan, A. A. Reszka: Bisphosphonate Mechanism of Action. Current Molecular Medicine 2002, 2, 571–577
apatite7 R S. Busch, H. Dolhaine, A. DuChesne, S. Heinz, O. Hochrein, F. Laeri, O. Podebrad, U. Vietze, T. Weiland, R. Kniep: Biomimetic Morphogenesis of Fluorapatite-Gelatin Composites: Fractal Growth, the Question of Intrinsic Electric Fields, Core/Shell Assemblies, Hollow Spheres and Reorganization of Denatured Collagen. Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 1999, 1643–1653
apatite8 R T. J. White, D. Zhi Li: Structural derivation and crystal chemistry of apatites. Acta Crystallogr., Sect. B, 2003, 59, 1–16.
apatite9 O S. Busch: Regeneration von humanem Zahnschmelz. Angew. Chem. 2004, 116, 1452–1455
biomin1 R E. Bäuerlein: Biomineralisation von Einzellern: eine außergewöhnliche Membranbiochemie zur Produktion anorganischer Nano- und Mikrostrukturen. Angew. Chem. 2003, 115, 636–664.
ferritin1 O K. Zeth, S. Offermann, L. O. Essen, D. Oesterhelt: Iron-oxo clusters biomineralizing on protein surfaces: Structural analysis of Halobacterium salinarum DpsA in its low- and high-iron states. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 2004, 101, 13780–13785.
ferritin2 O B. L. d’Estaintot, P. Santambrogio, T. Granier, B. Gallois, J. M. Chevalier, G. Précigoux, S. Levi, P. Arosio: Crystal Structure and Biochemical Properties of the Human Mitochondrial Ferritin and its Mutant Ser144Ala. J. Mol. Biol. 2004 340, 277–293.
ferritin3 R H. M. Baker, B. F. Anderson, E. N. Baker: Dealing with iron: Common structural principles in proteins that transport iron and heme. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 2003, 100, 3579–3583.
ferritin4 R X. Liu, E. C. Theil: Ferritins: Dynamic Management of Biological Iron and Oxygen Chemistry. Acc. Chem. Res. 2005, 38, 167–175.
ferritin5 O E. Jansen, A. Kyek, W. Schäfer, U. Schwertmann: The structure of six-line ferrihydrite. Appl. Phys. A 2002, 74, S1004–S1006.
ferritin6 R N. D. Chasteen, P. M. Harrison: Mineralization in Ferritin: An Efficient Means of Iron Storage. J. Struct. Biol. 1999, 126, 182–194.
ferritin7 O C. Quintana, J. M. Cowley, C. Marhic: Electron nanodiffraction and high-resolution electron microscopy studies of the structure and composition of physiological and pathological ferritin. J. Struct. Biol. 2004, 147, 166–178.
ferritin8 O J. E. Post, P. J. Heaney, R. B. v. Dreele, J. C. Hanson: Neutron and temperature-resolved synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction study of akaganéite. Am. Miner. 2003, 88, 782–788.
ferritin9 O K. Ståhl, K. Nielsen, J. Jiang, B. Lebech, J. C. Hanson, P. Norby, J. van Lanschot: On the akaganéite crystal structure, phase transformations and possible role in post-excavational corrosion of iron artifacts. Corrosion Science 2003, 45, 2563–2575.
ferritin10 O D. S. Kudasheva, J. Lai, A. Ulman, M. K. Cowman: Structure of carbohydrate-bound polynuclear iron oxyhydroxide nanoparticles in parenteral formulations. J. Inorg. Biochem. 2004, 98, 1757–1769
fes1 R M. J. Russell, W. Martin: The rocky roots of the acetyl-CoA pathway. Trends Biochem. Sci. 2004, 29, 358–363.
fes2 R C. L. Drennan, J. W. Peters: Surprising cofactors in metalloenzymes. Current Opinion in Structural Biology 2003, 13, 220–226.
fes3 O M. Dörr, J. Käßbohrer, R. Grunert, G. Kreisel, W. A. Brand, R. A. Werner, H. Geilmann, C. Apfel, C. Robl, W. Weigand: Eine mögliche präbiotische Bildung von Ammoniak aus molekularem Stickstoff auf Eisensulfidoberflächen. Angew. Chem. 2003, 115, 1579–1581.
fes4 O G. D. Cody, N. Z. Boctor, T. R. Filley, R. M. Hazen, J. H. Scott, A. Sharma, H. S. Yoder Jr.: Primordial Carbonylated Iron-Sulfur Compounds and the Synthesis of Pyruvate. Science 2000, 289, 1337–1340.
lime1 O Aragonit-Herstellung (mit Bilder von Aragonit- und Calcit-Kristallen): L. Wang, I. Sondi, E. Matijevic: Preparation of Uniform Needle-Like Aragonite Particles by Homogeneous Precipitation. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 1999, 218, 545–553
lime2 R L. Addadi, S. Raz, S. Weiner: Taking Advantage of Disorder: Amorphous Calcium Carbonate and Its Roles in Biomineralization. Adv. Mater. 2003, 15, 959–970.
lime3 O G. Falini, S. Fermani, S. Vanzo, M. Miletic, G. Zaffino: Influence on the Formation of Aragonit or Vaterit by Otolith Macromolecules. Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2005, 162–167.
lime4 O H. Tong, W. Ma, L. Wang, P. Wan, J. Hu, L. Cao: Control over the crystal phase, shape, size and aggregation of calcium carbonate via a l-aspartic acid inducing process. Biomaterials 2004, 25, 3923–3929
lime5 O K. Henriksen, S. L. S. Stipp, J. R. Young, P. R. Bown: Tailoring calcite: Nanoscale AFM of coccolith biocrystals. American Mineralogist 2003, 88, 2040–2044.
lime6 O M. Oukda, M. François, H. Membre, A. Bautz, C. Dournon: Crystallographic and chemical composition of otoconia in the salamander Pleurodeles waltl. Hearing Res. 1999, 132, 85–93.
lime7 O S. Blank, M. Arnoldi, S. Khoshnavaz, L. Treccani, M. Kuntz, K. Mann, G. Grathwohl, M. Fritz: The nacre protein perlucin nucleates growth of calcium carbonate crystals. J. Microscopy 2003, 212, 280–291
lime8 O A. Becker, U. Bismayer, M. Epple, H. Fabritius, B. Hasse, J. Shi, A. Ziegler: Structural characterisation of X-ray amorphous calcium carbonate (ACC) in sternal deposits of the crustacea Porcellio scaber. Dalton Trans., 2003, 551–555.
lime9 O Y.-J. Han, L. M. Wysocki, M. S. Thanawala, T. Siegrist, J. Aizenberg: Template-Dependent Morphogenesis of Oriented Calcite Crystals in the Presence of Magnesium Ions. Angew. Chem. 2005, 117, 2–6.
magnetite1 R K. N. Raymond, E. A. Dertz, S. S. Kim: Enterobactin: An archetype for microbial iron transport. PNAS 2003, 100, 3584–3588. PDB-Code von FepA ist 1FEP, nicht 1FEB (Fig. 3)!
magnetite2 R D. A. Bazylinski, R. B. Frankel: Magnetosome Formation in Prokaryotes. Nature Reviews Microbiology 2004, 2, 217–230.
magnetite3 O Y. Pan, N. Petersen, A. F. Davilab, L. Zhangb, M. Winklhofer, Q. Liua, M. Hanzlik, R. Zhu: The detection of bacterial magnetite in recent sediments of Lake Chiemsee (southern Germany). Earth and Planetary Science Letters 2005, 232, 109–123.s
silica1 R M. Sumper, N. Kröger: Silica formation in diatoms: the function of long-chain polyamines and silaffins: J. Mater. Chem. 2004, 14, 2059–2065.
silica2 O D. Belton, G. Paine, S. V. Patwardhan, C. C. Perry: Towards an understanding of (bio)silicification: the role of amino acids and lysine oligomers in silicification. J . Mater. Chem. 2004, 14, 2231–2241.
silica3 R M.-J. Uriz, X. Turon, M. A. Becerro, G. Agell: Siliceous Spicules and Skeleton Frameworks in Sponges: Origin, Diversity, Ultrastructural Patterns, and Biological Functions. Micr. Res. Techn. 2003, 62, 279–299.
silica4 O F. Brunet, B. Cabane, M. Dubois, B. Perly: Sol-Gel Polymerization Studied through 29Si NMR with Polarization Transfer. J. Phys. Chem. 1991, 95, 945–951
silica5 R W. E. G. Müller, A. Krasko, G. Le Pennec, H. C. Schröder: Biochemistry and Cell Biology of Silica Formation in Sponges. Micr. Res. Tech. 2003, 62, 368–377.
silica6 O M. N. Tahir, P. Théato, W. E. G. Müller, H. C. Schröder, A. Janshoff, J. Zhang, J. Huthe, W. Tremel: Monitoring the formation of biosilica catalysed by histidine-tagged silicatein. Chem. Comm. 2004, 2848–2849.
silica7 O V. Bansal, D. Rautaray, A. Ahmad , M. Sastry: Biosynthesis of zirconia nanoparticles using the fungus Fusarium oxysporum. J. Mater. Chem. 2004, 14, 3303–3305.
silica8 O K. M. Roth, Y. Zhou, W. Yang, D. E. Morse: Bifunctional Small Molecules Are Biomimetic Catalysts for Silica Synthesis at Neutral pH. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2005, in press.
silica9 O M. R. Newton, A. K. Bohaty, H. S. White, I. Zharov: Chemically Modified Opals as Thin Permselective Nanoporous Membranes. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2005, 127, 7268–7269.
silica10 O Z. Zhou, X. S. Zhao: Opal and Inverse Opal Fabricated with a Flow-Controlled Vertical Deposition Method. Langmuir 2005, 21, 4717–4723.
silica11 R J. Ozin: The photonic opal – the jewel in the crown of optical information processing. Chem. Comm. 2003, 2639–2643.