Quentin H. Gibson

Affiliations: 
Biochemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Area:
ligand binding to hemoglobins
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(1918 – 2011)
http://www.nasonline.org/member-directory/deceased-members/55369.html

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Hastings JW, Gibson QH, Friedland J, et al. (2015) Molecular mechanisms in bacterial bioluminescence: On energy storage intermediates and the role of aldehyde in the reaction Bioluminescence in Progress. 151-186
Gibson QH, Hastings JW. (2015) Light-initiated bioluminescence Bioluminescence in Progress. 187-193
Knapp JE, Pahl R, Cohen J, et al. (2009) Ligand migration and cavities within Scapharca Dimeric HbI: studies by time-resolved crystallo-graphy, Xe binding, and computational analysis. Structure (London, England : 1993). 17: 1494-504
Elber R, Gibson QH. (2008) Toward quantitative simulations of carbon monoxide escape pathways in myoglobin. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 112: 6147-54
Nichols JC, Royer WE, Gibson QH. (2006) An optical signal correlated with the allosteric transition in Scapharca inaequivalvis HbI. Biochemistry. 45: 15748-55
Knapp JE, Bonham MA, Gibson QH, et al. (2005) Residue F4 plays a key role in modulating oxygen affinity and cooperativity in Scapharca dimeric hemoglobin. Biochemistry. 44: 14419-30
Gibson QH. (2004) Hemoglobin kinetics - A retrospect Comprehensive Biochemistry. 43: 101-197
Gibson Q. (2002) Introduction: Congenital methemoglobinemia revisited Blood. 100: 3445-3446
Draghi F, Miele AE, Travaglini-Allocatelli C, et al. (2002) Controlling ligand binding in myoglobin by mutagenesis. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 277: 7509-19
Knapp JE, Gibson QH, Cushing L, et al. (2001) Restricting the ligand-linked heme movement in Scapharca dimeric hemoglobin reveals tight coupling between distal and proximal contributions to cooperativity. Biochemistry. 40: 14795-805
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