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4.21: Ch. 4 References and Abbreviations

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    Abbreviations

    1-MeIm 1-methylimidazole
    1,2-Me2Im 1, 2-dimethylimidazole
    2-MeIm 2-methylimidazole
    2,3-DPG 2,3-diphosphoglycerate
    3,4-Me2-Py 3,4-dimethylpyridine
    4-t-Bu-Py 4-t-butylpyridine
    4-CN-Py 4-cyanopyridine
    4-NH2-Py 4-aminopyridine
    ai activity of component i
    Arg arginine
    B general axial base ligand that binds to a metalloporphyrin
    Ch chlorocruorin
    E1, E-1 activation energy
    EDTA ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid
    electrochemical potential at unit activity and fugacity
    E°' electrochemical potential at physiological pH (7.4) and unit pressure (1 atm = 760 Torr)
    Er ertythrocruorin
    EtOH ethanol
    EXAFS extended x-ray absorption fine structure
    G Gibbs free energy
    H enthalpy
    H2(6,6-CP) cyclophane-strapped porphyrin (see Figure 4.23)
    H2(Poc-PF) pocket picket-fence porphyrin
    H2Amide-Im basket-handle porphyrin: imidazole base covalently attached to porphyrin with amide straps; amide straps on other side of porphyrin (see Figure 4.23)
    H2Bis-Poc meso-tetrakis (2,4,6-triphenylphenyl) porphyrin
    H2bzacen N,N-ethylenebis (benzoylacetoninime)
    H2C2Cap capped porphyrin; see Figure 4.23
    H2Ether-Py basket-handle porphyrin: as for H2Amide-Im except ether straps and pyridine base (see Figure 4.23)
    H2MPIX-Im mesoporphyrin IX dimethylester with imidazole covalently attached to porphyrin (see Figure 4.23)
    H2PF picket fence porphyrin, meso-tetrakis (\(\alpha\),\(\alpha\),\(\alpha\),\(\alpha\)-o-pivalamidephenyl) porphyrin (see Figure 4.23)
    H2PPIX protoporphyrin IX dimethylester
    H2PPIX-Im protoporphyrin IX dimethylester with imidazole covalently attached to porphyrin (see Figure 4.23)
    Hb hemoglobin
    HbA human adult hemoglobin
    HbF human fetal hemoglobin
    Hc hemocyanin
    His histidine
    His203 position on polypeptide chain (203) of a histidine residue
    Hr hemerythrin
    Im imidazole
    k rate constant
    Kp, Kc equilibrium constant: concentration of gas expressed in terms of pressure (P) and molarity (M), respectively
    Li allosteric constant: equilibrium constant for conformational change of protein with i ligands bound
    M general metalloprophyrinato species
    M molarity, moles/L
    M general metal complex
    Mb myoglobin
    Me methyl group
    met oxidized (e.g. met Hb)
    OEP 2,3,7,8,12,13,17,18-octaethylporphyrinato
    P pressure, usually in Torr or mm Hg
    THF tetrahydrofuran
    TPP 5,10,15,20-tetraphenylporphyrinato

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