Publications of Seiko Shima

Journal Article (9)

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Wagner , T.; Ermler, U.; Shima, S.: The methanogenic CO2 reducing-and-fixing enzyme is bifunctional and contains 46 [4Fe-4S] clusters. Science Magazine 354 (6308), pp. 114 - 117 (2016)
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Upadhyay, V.; Ceh, K.; Tumulka, F.; Abele, R.; Hoffmann , J.; Langer, J. D.; Shima, S.; Ermler, U.: Molecular characterization of methanogenic N5-methyltetrahydromethanopterin: Coenzyme M methyltransferase. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-Biomembranes 1858 (9), pp. 2140 - 2144 (2016)
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Wagner, T.; Kahnt, J.; Ermler, U.; Shima, S.: Didehydroaspartate Modification in Methyl-Coenzyme M Reductase Catalyzing Methane Formation. Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English 55 (36), pp. 10630 - 10633 (2016)
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Fujishiro, T.; Bai , L.; Xu , T.; Xie , X.; Schick, M.; Kahnt, J.; Rother, M.; Hu , X.; Ermler, U.; Shima, S.: Identification of HcgC as a SAM-Dependent Pyridinol Methyltransferase in [Fe]-Hydrogenase Cofactor Biosynthesis. Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English 55 (33), pp. 9648 - 9651 (2016)
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Wagner, T.; Ermler, U.; Shima, S.: MtrA of the sodium ion pumping methyltransferase binds cobalamin in a unique mode. Scientific Reports 6, 28226 (2016)
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Fujishiro, T.; Ataka, K.; Ermler, U.; Shima, S.: Towards a functional identification of catalytically inactive [Fe]-hydrogenase paralogs. FEBS Journal 282 (17), pp. 3412 - 3423 (2015)
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Fujishiro, T.; Kahnt, J.; Ermler, U.; Shima, S.: Protein-pyridinol thioester precursor for biosynthesis of the organometallic acyl-iron ligand in [Fe]-hydrogenase cofactor. Nature Communications 6, e6895 (2015)
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Shima, S.; Krueger, M.; Weinert, T.; Demmer, U.; Kahnt, J.; Thauer, R. K.; Ermler, U.: Structure of a methyl-coenzyme M reductase from Black Sea mats that oxidize methane anaerobically. Nature 481 (7379), pp. 98 - 101 (2012)
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Hiromoto, T.; Warkentin, E.; Moll, J.; Ermler, U.; Shima, S.: The Crystal Structure of an [Fe]-Hydrogenase-Substrate Complex Reveals the Framework for H2 Activation. Angewandte Chemie, International Edition in English 48 (35), pp. 6457 - 6460 (2009)

Book Chapter (1)

Book Chapter
Shima, S.; Fujishiro, T.; Ermler, U.: Structure and function of [Fe]-hydrogenase and biosynthesis of the FeGP cofactor. In: Biohydrogen, pp. 127 - 144 (Ed. Rögner, M.). Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin (2015)
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