PENNATI, ANDREA

PENNATI, ANDREA  

DIPARTIMENTO DI SCIENZE BIOMOLECOLARI E BIOTECNOLOGIE (attivo dal 01/06/2003 al 27/04/2012)  

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Analysis by protein engineering , rapid kinetics and X-ray crystallography of the reductive half-reaction catalyzed by FprA, a Mycobacterium tuberculosis homologue of adrenodoxin reductase 1-gen-2006 A. AlivertiA. PennatiM. de RosaV. PandiniM.A. VanoniG. Zanetti + Article (author) -
Effect of salt and pH on the reductive half-reaction of Mycobacterium tuberculosis FprA with NADPH 1-gen-2008 A. PennatiG. ZanettiA. Aliverti + Article (author) -
Enzymatic oxidation of NADP+ to its 4-oxo derivative is a side-reaction displayed only by the adrenodoxin reductase type of ferredoxin-NADP+ reductases 1-ago-2007 M. De RosaA. PennatiV. PandiniG. ZanettiA. Aliverti + Article (author) -
The ferredoxin-NADP+ reductase/ferredoxin electron transfer system of Plasmodium falciparum 1-lug-2009 BALCONI, EMANUELAPENNATI, ANDREACROBU, DANILAV. PandiniG. ZanettiA. Aliverti + Article (author) -
Functional characterization of Plasmodium falciparum ferredoxin-NADP+ reductase 7-giu-2006 E. BalconiA. PennatiE. GrassiV. PandiniA. AlivertiG. Zanetti + Conference Object -
Hydride transfer between pyridine nucleotide and FAD in Mycobacterium tuberculosis FprA: role of the invariant His57 in catalysis as studied by protein engineering, stopped-flow kinetics and X-ray crystallography 7-giu-2006 A. PennatiM. de RosaR. CeruttiV. PandiniM.A. VanoniA. AlivertiG. Zanetti + Conference Object -
Ingested microscopic plastics translocate from the gut cavity of juveniles of the ascidian Ciona intestinalis 1-gen-2019 Messinetti S.Mercurio S.Scari G.Pennati A.Pennati R. Article (author) -
A new catalytic activity of the NADPH-ferredoxin reductase of Mycobacterium tuberculosis 1-gen-2005 M. de RosaD'ANGIO', CARLO FRANCESCOA. PennatiA. AlivertiG. Zanetti Article (author) -
Probing the catalytic mechanism of Mycobacterium tuberculosis NADPH-ferredoxin reductase by protein engineering, rapid kinetics and X-ray crystallography 1-gen-2006 A. Pennati Doctoral Thesis -
Role of residues Asp161, Arg164 and Glu211 in Mycobacterium tuberculosis NADPH-ferredoxin reductase 1-set-2008 F. CirielloA. PennatiV. PandiniG. ZanettiA. Aliverti + Conference Object -
The role of the active-site residues His57 and Glu214 of FprA, a Mycobacterium tuberculosis homolog of adrenodoxin reductase 1-gen-2005 A. AlivertiA. PennatiV. PandiniM.A. VanoniG. Zanetti Book Part (author) -
The role of the active-site residues His57 and Glu214 of Mycobacterium tuberculosis FprA 1-gen-2005 A. AlivertiA. PennatiM. De RosaV. PandiniM. A. VanoniG. Zanetti Book Part (author) -
Role of the catalytic dyad His57-Glu214 in FprA, a Mycobacterium tuberculosis homolog of adrenodoxin reductase 1-gen-2005 A. PennatiM. de RosaV. PandiniA. AlivertiG. Zanetti Book Part (author) -
Role of the His57-Glu214 ionic couple located in the active site of Mycobacterium tuberculosis FprA 1-gen-2006 A. PennatiM. de RosaV. PandiniM.A. VanoniA. AlivertiG. Zanetti + Article (author) -
Structural and functional diversity of ferredoxin-NADP+ reductases 1-gen-2008 A. AlivertiV. PandiniA. PennatiM. de RosaG. Zanetti Article (author) -
The unusual NADP+ oxidase activity of flavoenzymes belonging to the adrenodoxin reductase family 7-giu-2006 M. De RosaA. PennatiA. AlivertiG. Zanetti + Conference Object -
The unusual NADP+ oxidase activity of flavoenzymes belonging to the adrenodoxin reductase family 1-giu-2006 M. De RosaA. PennatiA. AlivertiG. Zanetti + Conference Object -