Michelle L. Kennedy, Ph.D.

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2000 University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
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Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry
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David Richard Benson grad student 2000 University of Kansas
 (Structure-function relationships in model hemoproteins.)
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Cowley AB, Kennedy ML, Silchenko S, et al. (2006) Insight into heme protein redox potential control and functional aspects of six-coordinate ligand-sensing heme proteins from studies of synthetic heme peptides. Inorganic Chemistry. 45: 9985-10001
Petros AK, Reddi AR, Kennedy ML, et al. (2006) Femtomolar Zn(II) affinity in a peptide-based ligand designed to model thiolate-rich metalloprotein active sites. Inorganic Chemistry. 45: 9941-58
Privett HK, Reedy CJ, Kennedy ML, et al. (2002) Nonnatural amino acid ligands in heme protein design. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 124: 6828-9
Kennedy ML, Silchenko S, Houndonougbo N, et al. (2001) Model hemoprotein reduction potentials: the effects of histidine-to-iron coordination equilibrium. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 123: 4635-6
Lee K, Kennedy ML, Buchalova M, et al. (2000) Thermodynamics of Carbon Monoxide Binding by Helical Hemoprotein Models: the Effect of a Competing Intramolecular Ligand Tetrahedron. 56: 9725-9731
Liu D, Williamson DA, Kennedy ML, et al. (1999) Aromatic side chain-porphyrin interactions in designed hemoproteins Journal of the American Chemical Society. 121: 11798-11812
Arnold PA, Benson DR, Brink DJ, et al. (1997) Helix Induction and Springboard Strain in Peptide-Sandwiched Mesohemes1 Inorganic Chemistry. 36: 5306-5315
Wang M, Kennedy ML, Hart BR, et al. (1997) The bis-p-nitrophenyl ester of iron(III) mesoporphyrin II acetate: Preparation and incorporation into a model hemoprotein Chemical Communications. 883-884
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