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Subject: post-doctoral position
From: "Frithjof.Kuepper" <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 7 Mar 2002 02:13:01 +0000

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Postdoctoral Positions Available immediately in the laboratory of
Professor Alison Butler, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at
the University of California, Santa Barbara in the general field of
Bioinorganic Chemistry and Metallobiochemistry.

1. Siderophore-mediated microbial iron acquisition.  Isolation and
structure elucidation of siderophores produced by marine bacteria;
investigations of Fe(III) uptake; photoreactivity of the
a-hydroxy-acid-containing siderophores and the role in uptake;
investigations of physical properties of the amphiphilic siderophores
and the role in Fe(III) uptake, etc.

2. Marine haloperoxidases.  Investigations of the role of marine
haloperoxidases in the biogenesis of halogenated marine natural
products, using native and recombinant sources of marine
haloperoxidases; functional mimics of vanadium haloperoxidases,
evolution of vanadium haloperoxidases, etc.

For more information see:

Please send inquiries via email to [log in to unmask]: please
include a cv, list of publications, areas of expertise and interest as
well as name of potential references.

Prof. Dr. Alison Butler
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Santa Barbara, CALIFORNIA  93106-9510
FAX 805-893-4120
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Marine Siderophores:

Petrobactin, a photoreactive siderophore produced by the oil-degrading
marine bacterium Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus, K. Barbeau, G.
Zhang, D.H. Live and Alison Butler, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2002, 124(3),

Photochemical cycling of iron in the surface ocean mediated by
microbial iron(III)-binding ligands, K. Barbeau, E.L. Rue, K.W.
Bruland and Alison Butler, Nature, 2001,  413, 409-413.

Self-Assembling Amphiphilic Siderophores from Marine Bacteria, J.S.
Martinez, G.P. Zhang, P.D. Holt, H.-T. Jung, C.J. Carrano, M.G.
Haygood and Alison Butler, Science, 2000, 287, 1245-1247.

Competition Among Marine Phytoplankton for Different Chelated Iron
Species, D.A. Hutchins, A.E. Witter, A. Butler, G.W. Luther III,
Nature, 1999, 400, 858-861.

Acquisition and Utilization of Transition Metal Ions by Marine
Organisms, Butler, A., Science, 1998, 281, 207-210.


Reactivity of Recombinant and Mutant Vanadium Bromoperoxidase from the
Red Alga Corallina officinalis, Jayme N. Carter, Kimberly E. Beatty,
Matthew T. Simpson, Alison Butler, J. Inorg. Biochem. 2002, In Press.

Catalytic Activity of Mesoporous Silicate-Immobilized
Chloroperoxidase, Y.-J. Han, J. T. Watson, G. D. Stucky, Alison
Butler, 2002, J. Mol. Cat. B: Enzymatic, 2002, 17, 1-8.

Modelling the Catalytic Site of Vanadium Bromoperoxidase: Synthesis
and Structural Characterization of Intramolecularly H-bonded
vanadium(V) oxoperoxo complexes,  VO(O2)(NH2pyg2)]K and [VO(O2)(
BrNH2pyg2)]K, C. Kimblin, X. Bu, and Alison Butler, 2002, Inorg.
Chem., 41(2), 161-163.

On the Regiospecificity of Vanadium Bromoperoxidase, J.S. Martinez,
G.L. Carroll, R.A. Tschirret-Guth, G. Altenhoff, R.D. Little, Alison
Butler, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2001, 123, 3289-3294.

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