The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Metallothionein, Biochemistry, Zinc, Cadmium and Molecule. The study incorporates disciplines such as Metalloprotein, 310 helix, Zinc finger nuclease and Stereochemistry in addition to Metallothionein. In the field of Biochemistry, his study on Zinc finger and Amino acid overlaps with subjects such as Isolation, RNA polymerase II and Sigma factor.
His studies deal with areas such as Oxidation reduction, Gene and Metal binding as well as Zinc. His Cadmium study incorporates themes from Residue, Peptide sequence and Renal cortex. While the research belongs to areas of Molecule, he spends his time largely on the problem of Crystal structure, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Metal ions in aqueous solution, Dihedral angle and Aqueous solution.
Jeremias H. R. Kägi mainly focuses on Metallothionein, Biochemistry, Stereochemistry, Metal and Zinc. Jeremias H. R. Kägi has included themes like Amino acid, Metalloprotein, Molecular biology, Molecule and Gene isoform in his Metallothionein study. In his research on the topic of Biochemistry, Resolution and Peptide is strongly related with High-performance liquid chromatography.
His work on Circular dichroism as part of general Stereochemistry study is frequently linked to Iodoacetamide, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Metal ions in aqueous solution study in the realm of Metal interacts with subjects such as Paramagnetism. His research in Zinc intersects with topics in Human liver, Zinc finger, Cadmium and DNA.
His primary scientific interests are in Metallothionein, Biochemistry, Zinc, Stereochemistry and Protein structure. His studies in Metallothionein integrate themes in fields like Molecular biology and Gene isoform. His work investigates the relationship between Zinc and topics such as Cadmium that intersect with problems in Zoology.
Stereochemistry is closely attributed to Sequence homology in his study. Jeremias H. R. Kägi combines subjects such as Metalloprotein, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Crystal structure with his study of Protein structure. His Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy research integrates issues from Metal, Protein secondary structure and Analytical chemistry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Metallothionein, Biochemistry, Protein structure, Crystal structure and Stereochemistry. His work carried out in the field of Metallothionein brings together such families of science as Metalloprotein and Class iii. His Metalloprotein study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Amino acid, Molecular biology and Sequence alignment.
His study on Zinc finger, Transcription and DNA is often connected to General transcription factor and Transcription factor II B as part of broader study in Biochemistry. The various areas that Jeremias H. R. Kägi examines in his Protein structure study include Dihedral angle, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Molecule, Metal ions in aqueous solution and Aqueous solution. Stereochemistry is closely attributed to Sequence homology in his research.
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Biochemistry of metallothionein
J. H. R. Kagi;A. Schäffer.
Metallothionein: a cadmium- and zinc-containing protein from equine renal cortex.
Jeremias H.R. Kägi;Bert L. Vallee.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1960)
Overview of metallothionein.
Jeremias H.R. Kägi.
Methods in Enzymology (1991)
Metallothionein: a Cadmium and Zinc-containing Protein from Equine Renal Cortex II. PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Jeremias H. R. Kägi;Bert L. Vallee.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1961)
Chemistry and biochemistry of metallothionein.
J. H. R. Kägi;Y. Kojima.
Experientia. Supplementum (1987)
Equine Hepatic and Renal Metallothioneins: PURIFICATION, MOLECULAR WEIGHT, AMINO ACID COMPOSITION, AND METAL CONTENT
J.H.R. Kägi;S.R. Himmelhoch;P.D. Whanger;J.L. Bethune.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1974)
Isolation and some properties of human metallothionein.
Pablo Pulido;Jeremias H. R. Kägi;Bert L. Vallee.
Systematic application of high‐resolution, phase‐sensitive two‐dimensional 1H‐NMR techniques for the identification of the amino‐acid‐proton spin systems in proteins
David Neuhaus;Gerhard Wagner;Milan Vašák;Jeremias H. R. Kägi.
FEBS Journal (1985)
Three-dimensional structure of rabbit liver [Cd7]metallothionein-2a in aqueous solution determined by nuclear magnetic resonance.
Alexandre Arseniev;Peter Schultze;Erich Wörgötter;Werner Braun.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1991)
Thionein (apometallothionein) can modulate DNA binding and transcription activation by zinc finger containing factor Spl
Jin Zeng;Rainer Heuchel;Walter Schaffner;Jeremias H.R. Kägi.
FEBS Letters (1991)
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