Norbert Sträter
Norbert Sträter
Institute of Bioanalytical Chemistry, Leipzig University
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Recent advances in zinc enzymology
WN Lipscomb, N Sträter
Chemical Reviews 96 (7), 2375-2434, 1996
Two‐metal ion catalysis in enzymatic acyl‐and phosphoryl‐transfer reactions
N Sträter, WN Lipscomb, T Klabunde, B Krebs
Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English 35 (18), 2024-2055, 1996
Cellular function and molecular structure of ecto-nucleotidases
H Zimmermann, M Zebisch, N Sträter
Purinergic signalling 8 (3), 437-502, 2012
Crystal structure of a purple acid phosphatase containing a dinuclear Fe (III)-Zn (II) active site
N Strater, T Klabunde, P Tucker, H Witzel, B Krebs
Science 268 (5216), 1489-1492, 1995
Mechanism of Fe (III)–Zn (II) purple acid phosphatase based on crystal structures
T Klabunde, N Sträter, R Fröhlich, H Witzel, B Krebs
Journal of molecular biology 259 (4), 737-748, 1996
Two-metal ion mechanism of bovine lens leucine aminopeptidase: active site solvent structure and binding mode of L-leucinal, a gem-diolate transition state analog, by X-ray …
N Straeter, WN Lipscomb
Biochemistry 34 (45), 14792-14800, 1995
Ecto-5’-nucleotidase: Structure function relationships
N Sträter
Purinergic signalling 2 (2), 343, 2006
Crystal structure of the plasmid maintenance system ɛ/ζ: Functional mechanism of toxin ζ and inactivation by ɛ2ζ2 complex formation
A Meinhart, JC Alonso, N Sträter, W Saenger
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (4), 1661-1666, 2003
X-ray structure of the Escherichia coli periplasmic 5'-nucleotidase containing a dimetal catalytic site
T Knöfel, N Sträter
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 6 (5), 448, 1999
Insect‐Derived Proline‐Rich Antimicrobial Peptides Kill Bacteria by Inhibiting Bacterial Protein Translation at the 70 S Ribosome
A Krizsan, D Volke, S Weinert, N Sträter, D Knappe, R Hoffmann
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 53 (45), 12236-12239, 2014
The X-ray crystal structure of human β-hexosaminidase B provides new insights into Sandhoff disease
T Maier, N Strater, CG Schuette, R Klingenstein, K Sandhoff, W Saenger
Journal of molecular biology 328 (3), 669-681, 2003
Crystal structure of amylomaltase from Thermus aquaticus, a glycosyltransferase catalysing the production of large cyclic glucans
I Przylas, K Tomoo, Y Terada, T Takaha, K Fujii, W Saenger, N Sträter
Journal of molecular biology 296 (3), 873-886, 2000
X‐ray structure of aminopeptidase A from Escherichia coli and a model for the nucleoprotein complex in Xer site‐specific recombination
N Sträter, DJ Sherratt, SD Colloms
The EMBO journal 18 (16), 4513-4522, 1999
Mechanism of hydrolysis of phosphate esters by the dimetal center of 5′-nucleotidase based on crystal structures
T Knöfel, N Sträter
Journal of molecular biology 309 (1), 239-254, 2001
Structural relationship between the mammalian Fe (III) Fe (II) and the Fe (III) Zn (II) plant purple acid phosphatases
T Klabunde, N Sträter, B Krebs, H Witzel
Febs Letters 367 (1), 56-60, 1995
A bicarbonate ion as a general base in the mechanism of peptide hydrolysis by dizinc leucine aminopeptidase
N Sträter, L Sun, ER Kantrowitz, WN Lipscomb
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (20), 11151-11155, 1999
Enzymatische Acyl‐und Phosphoryltransferreaktionen unter Beteiligung von zwei Metallionen
N Sträter, WN Lipscomb, T Klabunde, B Krebs
Angewandte Chemie 108 (18), 2158-2191, 1996
Mechanisms of catalysis and allosteric regulation of yeast chorismate mutase from crystal structures
N Sträter, G Schnappauf, G Braus, WN Lipscomb
Structure 5 (11), 1437-1452, 1997
Transition state analogue L-leucinephosphonic acid bound to bovine lens leucine aminopeptidase: X-ray structure at 1.65 A resolution in a new crystal form.
N Sträter, WN Lipscomb
Biochemistry 34 (28), 9200-9210, 1995
Crystal structure of the human ecto-5′-nucleotidase (CD73): insights into the regulation of purinergic signaling
K Knapp, M Zebisch, J Pippel, A El-Tayeb, CE Müller, N Sträter
Structure 20 (12), 2161-2173, 2012
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