From Metal Binding to Nanoparticle Formation: Monitoring Biomimetic Iron Oxide Synthesis within Protein Cages using Mass Spectrometry
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- From Metal Binding to Nanoparticle Formation: Monitoring Biomimetic Iron Oxide Synthesis within Protein Cages using Mass Spectrometry
- Kang, Sebyung; Jolley, Craig C.; Liepold, Lars O.; Young, Mark; Douglas, Trevor
- Biomimetic synthesis; Iron oxides; Mass spectrometry; Metal binding; Protein cages
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- WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH
- ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION, v.48, no.26, pp.4772 - 4776
- Mass measurements of metal-mineralized protein cages allowed quantitative examination of the effects of metal-ion concentration on the final nanoparticle size. Modeling using a kinetic master equation suggests that particle growth involves both a binding phase and a growth phase (see picture; I: relative abundance; LiDps: a DNA binding protein; nFe: number of Fe atoms).
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