Michael Y. Ogawa, Ph.D.

Chemistry Bowling Green State University, Ohio 
inorganic chemistry, photochemistry
"Michael Y. Ogawa"

Joined the BGSU faculty in 1991
Ph.D., Northwestern University (1988)
M.S., Northwestern University (1983)
B.A., Oberlin College, Ohio (1980)

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Morozov VA, Ogawa MY. (2013) Controlled formation of emissive silver nanoclusters using rationally designed metal-binding proteins. Inorganic Chemistry. 52: 9166-8
Zaytsev DV, Morozov VA, Fan J, et al. (2013) Metal-binding properties and structural characterization of a self-assembled coiled coil: formation of a polynuclear Cd-thiolate cluster. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry. 119: 1-9
Zaytsev DV, Xie F, Mukherjee M, et al. (2010) Nanometer to millimeter scale peptide-porphyrin materials. Biomacromolecules. 11: 2602-9
Xie F, Sutherland DE, Stillman MJ, et al. (2010) Cu(I) binding properties of a designed metalloprotein. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry. 104: 261-7
Carvalho IMM, Ogawa MY. (2010) Self-organization of porphyrin-peptide units by metal-mediated peptide assembly Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society. 21: 1390-1394
Mukherjee M, Zhu X, Ogawa MY. (2008) Cd2+-induced conformational change of a synthetic metallopeptide: slow metal binding followed by a slower conformational change. Inorganic Chemistry. 47: 4430-2
Tsurkan MV, Ogawa MY. (2007) Formation of peptide nanospheres and nanofibrils by metal coordination. Biomacromolecules. 8: 3908-13
Tsurkan MV, Ogawa MY. (2007) Metal-mediated peptide assembly: use of metal coordination to change the oligomerization state of an alpha-helical coiled-coil. Inorganic Chemistry. 46: 6849-51
Hong J, Kharenko OA, Ogawa MY. (2006) Incorporating electron-transfer functionality into synthetic metalloproteins from the bottom-up. Inorganic Chemistry. 45: 9974-84
Hong J, Kharenko OA, Fan J, et al. (2006) Evidence that a miniature CuI metalloprotein undergoes collisional electron transfer in the inverted Marcus region. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 45: 6137-40
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