Cytochrome c

A Multidisciplinary Approach

Edited by Robert A. Scott and A. Grant Mauk


Introduction
1. How Does a Small Protein Become So Popular
2. Evolution and Classification; Structural Studies
3. Structural Studies
4. Folding and Stability; Spectroscopic Properties
5. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies
6. Resonance Raman Spectroscopy; Thermodynamic Properties
7. Oxidation-Reduction Equilibrium
8. Oxidation State Dependent Properties
9. Electrostatic Analysis
10. Differential Protection Techniques
11. Immunology
12. Apo- and Holocytochrome c-Membrane Interactions; Elec-tronTransferKinetics
13. Steady-State Electron Transfer Reactions
14. Kinetics of Electron Transfer of c-Type Cytochromes with Small Reagents
15. Long-range lntramolecular Electron Transfer Reactions
16. Theoretical Simulation of Protein-Protein Interactions; Modification of Cytochrome c
17. Chemical Modification of Surface Residues
18. Covalent Modification and Cross-Linking with Metal Complexes
19. Alkaline Transition in Ferricytochrome c
20. The Hemepeptides
21. Semisynthesis of Cytochrome c Derivatives and Non-Covalent Complexes.