Wilfred (Fred) R. Hagen

Affiliations: 
Delft University of Technology, Delft, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands 
Area:
Enzymology
Website:
http://www.bt.tudelft.nl/over-faculteit/afdelingen/biotechnologie/people/enzymologie/profdr-wr-fred-hagen/
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Simon P.J. Albracht grad student 1982 Amsterdam
Edward Charles Slater grad student 1982 Amsterdam
 (EPR spectroscopy of metalloproteins; with emphasis on respiratory complexes)
Cees Veeger post-doc 1985 Wageningen University
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van der Weel L, As KS, Dekker WJC, et al. (2018) ZraP, the most prominent zinc protein under zinc stress conditions has no direct role in in-vivo zinc tolerance in Escherichia coli. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry. 192: 98-106
Srour B, Strampraad MJF, Hagen WR, et al. (2018) Refolding kinetics of cytochrome c studied with microsecond timescale continuous-flow UV-vis spectroscopy and rapid freeze-quench EPR. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry. 184: 42-49
van Schie MMCH, Ebrahimi KH, Hagen WR, et al. (2017) Fast and accurate enzyme activity measurements using a chip-based microfluidic calorimeter. Analytical Biochemistry. 544: 57-63
Mitić S, Strampraad MJF, Hagen WR, et al. (2017) Microsecond time-scale kinetics of transient biochemical reactions. Plos One. 12: e0185888
Hagen WR, Hagedoorn PL, Honarmand Ebrahimi K. (2017) The workings of ferritin: a crossroad of opinions. Metallomics : Integrated Biometal Science
Ebrahimi KH, Bill E, Hagedoorn PL, et al. (2017) Spectroscopic evidence for the presence of a high-valent Fe(IV) species in the ferroxidase reaction of an archaeal ferritin. Febs Letters
Ebrahimi KH, Bill E, Hagedoorn PL, et al. (2016) Spectroscopic evidence for the role of a site of the di-iron catalytic center of ferritins in tuning the kinetics of Fe(ii) oxidation. Molecular Biosystems
Duine JA, Strampraad MJ, Hagen WR, et al. (2016) The cooperativity effect in the reaction of soluble quinoprotein (PQQ-containing) glucose dehydrogenase is not due to subunit interaction but to substrate-assisted catalysis. The Febs Journal
Vertregt F, Torrelo G, Trunk S, et al. (2016) EPR Study of Substrate Binding to Mn(II) in Hydroxynitrile Lyase from Granulicella tundricola Acs Catalysis. 6: 5081-5085
Ebrahimi KH, Hagedoorn PL, Jacobs D, et al. (2015) Accurate label-free reaction kinetics determination using initial rate heat measurements. Scientific Reports. 5: 16380
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