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Thressa Stadtman American biochemist Wikidata

Stadtman, Thressa, 1920- Library of Congress/NACO

VIAF ID: 31396056 (Personal)

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Catalytic properties of an Escherichia coli formate dehydrogenase mutant in which sulfur replaces selenium Wikidata
Chemical characterization of the selenoprotein component of clostridial glycine reductase: identification of selenocysteine as the organoselenium moiety Wikidata
Crystal structure of formate dehydrogenase H: catalysis involving Mo, molybdopterin, selenocysteine, and an Fe4S4 cluster Wikidata
Formation of a selenium-substituted rhodanese by reaction with selenite and glutathione: possible role of a protein perselenide in a selenium delivery system Wikidata
Nicotinic acid hydroxylase from Clostridium barkeri: electron paramagnetic resonance studies show that selenium is coordinated with molybdenum in the catalytically active selenium-dependent enzyme Wikidata
Nicotinic acid metabolism. V. A cobamide coenzyme-dependent conversion of alpha-methyleneglutaric acid to dimethylmaleic acid Wikidata
Nucleotide sequence and expression of the selenocysteine-containing polypeptide of formate dehydrogenase (formate-hydrogen-lyase-linked) from Escherichia coli Wikidata
Selenium Biochemistry Wikidata
Selenium-containing formate dehydrogenase H from Escherichia coli: a molybdopterin enzyme that catalyzes formate oxidation without oxygen transfer Wikidata
Selenocysteine, identified as the penultimate C-terminal residue in human T-cell thioredoxin reductase, corresponds to TGA in the human placental gene Wikidata
Specific occurrence of selenium in enzymes and amino acid tRNAs Wikidata
The Stadtman way, 2003: Library of Congress/NACO
Synthesis of 5-methylaminomethyl-2-selenouridine in tRNAs: 31P NMR studies show the labile selenium donor synthesized by the selD gene product contains selenium bonded to phosphorus Wikidata

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