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Electron Tunneling Through Iron and Copper Proteins

Winkler, Jay R. and Dunn, Alexander R. and Hess, Corinna R. and Gray, Harry B. (2007) Electron Tunneling Through Iron and Copper Proteins. In: Bioinorganic Electrochemistry. Springer Netherlands , Dordrecht, pp. 1-23. ISBN 9781402064999.

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Iron and copper redox centers facilitate the transfer of electrons through proteins that are part of the respiratory and photosynthetic machinery of cells. Much work has been done with the goal of understanding the factors that control electron flow through these proteins. The results of many of the key experiments have been interpreted in terms of semiclassical theory.

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Additional Information:© Springer 2008. Our research on electron tunneling through proteins is supported by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation.
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Subject Keywords:Electron Tunneling; Electronic Coupling; Reorganization Energy; Distance Decay; Redox Center
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