Publications by Hans-Petter Hersleth and/or Marta Hammerstad

  1. M. Shoor, I. Gudim, H.-P. Hersleth & M. Hammerstad*
    Thioredoxin reductase from Bacillus cereus exhibits distinct reduction and NADPH-binding properties.
    FEBS Open Bio (2021), 11, 3019-3031. [Link


  2. I. Besleaga, I. Stepanenko, T.V. Petrasheuskaya, D. Darvasiova, M. Breza, M. Hammerstad, M.A. Marć, A. Prado-Roller, G. Spengler, A. Popović-Bijelić, E.A. Enyedy, P. Rapta, A.D. Shutalev & V.B. Arion
    Triapine Analogues and Their Copper(II) Complexes: Synthesis, Characterization, Solution Speciation, Redox Activity, Cytotoxicity, and mR2 RNR Inhibition.
    Inorg. Chem.  (2021), 60, 11297-11319. [Link


  3. C. Furumizu, A.K. Krabberød, M. Hammerstad, R.M. Alling, M. Wildhagen, S. Sawa & R.B. Aalen
    The sequenced genomes of nonflowering land plants reveal the innovative evolutionary history of peptide signaling.
    Plant Cell  (2021), 33, 2915-2934. [Link


  4. I. Stepanenko, M.V. Babak, G. Spengler, M. Hammerstad, A. Popović-Bijelić, S. Shova, G.E. Büchel, D. Darvasiova, P. Rapta & V.B. Arion
    Coumarin-Based Triapine Derivatives and Their Copper(II) Complexes: Synthesis, Cytotoxicity and mR2 RNR Inhibition Activity.
    Biomolecules (2021), 11, 862. [Link


  5. M. Hammerstad* & H.-P. Hersleth*
    Overview of structurally homologous flavoprotein oxidoreductases containing the low Mr thioredoxin reductase-like fold – A functionally diverse group.
    For the special issue: Current Topics in Flavins and Flavoproteins
    Arch. Biochem. Biophys. (2021), 702, 108826. [Link


  6. M. Hammerstad*, I. Gudim & H.-P. Hersleth*
    The Crystal Structures of Bacillithiol Disulfide Reductase Bdr (YpdA) Provide Structural and Functional Insight into a New Type of FAD-Containing NADPH-Dependent Oxidoreductase.
    Biochemistry (2020), 59, 4793-4798. [Link


  7. C.L. Shi, R.M. Alling, M. Hammerstad & R.B. Aalen
    Control of Organ Abscission and Other Cell Separation Processes by Evolutionary Conserved Peptide Signaling.
    Plants (2019), 8, 225. [Link


  8. M. Hammerstad, Å.K. Røhr & H.-P. Hersleth*
    A research-inspired biochemistry laboratory module - combining expression, purification, crystallization, structure solving, and characterization of a flavodoxin-like protein.
    Biochem. Mol. Biol. Educ. (2019), 47, 318-332. [Link


  9. I. Gudim*, M. Hammerstad, M. Lofstad & H.-P. Hersleth*
    Characterization of different flavodoxin reductase-flavodoxin (FNR-Fld) interactions reveals an efficient FNR-Fld redox pair and identifies a novel FNR subclass.
    Biochemistry (2018), 57, 5427–5436. [Link


  10. I.K. Olsbu*, G. Zoppellaro, K.K. Andersson, J.-L. Boucher & H.-P. Hersleth*
    Importance of Val567 on heme environment and substrate recognition of neuronal nitric oxide synthase.
    FEBS Open Bio (2018), 8, 1553-1566. [Link


  11. I. Gudim, M. Lofstad, W. van Beek & H.-P. Hersleth*
    High-resolution crystal structures reveal a mixture of conformers of the Gly61-Asp62 peptide bond in an oxidised flavodoxin from Bacillus cereus.
    Protein Sci. (2018), 27, 1439-1449. [Link


  12. I. Gudim*, M. Lofstad, M. Hammerstad & H.-P. Hersleth*
    Measurement of FNR-NrdI Interaction by Microscale Thermophoresis (MST).
    BioProtoc. (2017), 7, e2223. [Link


  13. M.F. Zaltariov, M. Hammerstad, H.J. Arabshahi, K. Jovanović, K.W. Richter, M. Cazacu, S. Shova, M. Balan, N.H. Andersen, S. Radulović, J. Reynisson, K.K. Andersson & V.B. Arion
    New Iminodiacetate-Thiosemicarbazone Hybrids and Their Copper(II) Complexes Are Potential Ribonucleotide Reductase R2 Inhibitors with High Antiproliferative Activity.
    Inorg. Chem. (2017), 56, 3532-3549. [Link


  14. M. Lofstad, I. Gudim, M. Hammerstad, Å.K. Røhr & H.-P. Hersleth*
    Activation of the Class Ib Ribonucleotide Reductase by a Flavodoxin Reductase in Bacillus cereus.
    Biochemistry (2016), 55, 4998-5001. [Link


  15. S. Skråmo, H.-P. Hersleth*, M. Hammerstad, K.K. Andersson & Å.K. Røhr
    Cloning, expression, purification, crystallisation and preliminary X-Ray diffraction analysis of a ferredoxin/flavodoxin-NADP(H) oxidoreductase (Bc0385) from Bacillus cereus.
    Acta Cryst. (2014), F70, 777-780. [Link


  16. M. Hammerstad, Å.K. Røhr, N.H. Andersen, A. Gräslund, M. Högbom & K.K. Andersson 
    The class Ib ribonucleotide reductase from Mycobacterium tuberculosis has two active R2F subunits.
    J. Biol. Inorg. Chem. (2014), 19, 893-902. [Link


  17. M. Hammerstad, H.-P. Hersleth*, A.B. Tomter, Å.K. Røhr & K.K. Andersson  
    Crystal Structure of Bacillus cereus Class Ib Ribonucleotide Reductase Di-iron NrdF in Complex with NrdI.
    ACS Chem. Biol. (2014), 9, 526-537. [Link]


  18. S. Rackwitz, I. Faus, H. Kelm, H.-J. Krüger, K.K. Andersson, H.-P. Hersleth, K. Achterhold, K. Schlage, H.-C. Wille, V. Schünemann & J.A. Wolny  
    A New Sample Environment for Cryogenic Nuclear Resonance Scattering Experiments on Single Crystals and Microsamples at P01, PETRA III.
    Hyperfine Interact. (2014), 226, 673-678. [Link]


  19. X. Zhao, H.-P. Hersleth, J. Zhu, K.K. Andersson & R.S. Magliozzo  
    Access channel residues Ser315 and Asp137 in Mycobacterium tuberculosis catalase-peroxidase (KatG) control peroxidatic activation of the pro-drug isoniazid
    Chem. Commun. (2013), 49, 11650-11652. [Link]


  20. Å.K. Røhr, M. Hammerstad & K.K. Andersson  
    Tuning of thioredoxin redox properties by intramolecular hydrogen bonds.
    PLoS One. (2013), 8, e69411. [Link]


  21. M. Can, J. Krucinska, G. Zoppellaro, N.H. Andersen, J.E. Wedekind, H.-P. Hersleth*, K.K. Andersson & K.L. Bren.  
    Structural Characterization of Nitrosomonas europaea Cytochrome c-552 Variants with Marked Differences in Electronic Structure.
    ChemBioChem (2013), 14, 1828-1838. [Link]


  22. A.B. Tomter, G. Zoppellaro, N.H. Andersen, H.-P. Hersleth, M. Hammerstad, Å.K. Røhr, G.K. Sandvik, K.R. Strand, G.E. Nilsson, C.B. Bell III, A.-L. Barra, E. Blasco, L. Le Pape, E.I. Solomon & K.K. Andersson  
    Ribonucleotide reductase class I with different radical generating clusters.
    Coord. Chem. Rev. (2013), 257, 3-26. [Link] Review.


  23. C.B.F. Andersen, M. Torvund-Jensen, M.J. Nielsen, C.L. Pinto de Oliveira, H.-P. Hersleth, N.H. Andersen, J.S. Pedersen, G.R. Andersen & S.K. Moestrup.  
    Structure of the haptoglobin-haemoglobin complex.
    Nature (2012), 489, 456-459. [Link]


  24. H.-P. Hersleth* & K.K. Andersson  
    How different oxidation states of crystalline myoglobin are influenced by X-rays.
    For the special issue: Protein Structure and Function in the Crystalline State: from X-ray to Spectroscopy
    Biochim. Biophys. Acta, Proteins Proteomics (2011), 1814 , 785-796. [Link]


  25. Å.K. Røhr, H.-P. Hersleth & K.K. Andersson  
    Tracking Flavin Conformations in Protein Crystal Structures with Raman Spectroscopy and QM/MM Calculations.
    Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2010), 49, 2324-2327. [Link]


  26. K. Muffler, J.A. Wolny, H.-P. Hersleth, K.K. Andersson, K. Achterhold, R. Rüffer & V. Schünemann  
    Installation of an IR/Raman measuring station at the ESRF for simultaneous detection of vibrational and nuclear resonant scattering spectra.
    J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. (2010), 217, 012004 (4pp). [Link]


  27. G. Zoppellaro, K.L. Bren, A.A. Esign, E. Harbitz, R. Kaur, H.-P. Hersleth, U. Ryde, L. Hederstedt & K.K. Andersson  
    Studies of Ferric Proteins with Highly Anisotropic/Highly Axial Low Spin (S=1/2) Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Signals with Bis-Histidine and Histidine-Methionine Axial Iron Coordination.
    Biopolymers (2009), 91, 1064-1082. [Link] Review.


  28. H.-P. Hersleth, Y.-W. Hsiao, U. Ryde, C.H. Görbitz & K.K. Andersson  
    The Influence of X-Rays on the Structural Studies of Peroxide-Derived Myoglobin Intermediates.
    Chem. Biodiv. (2008), 5, 2067-2089. [Link] Review.


  29. H.-P. Hersleth, Y.-W. Hsiao, U. Ryde, C.H. Görbitz & K.K. Andersson  
    The crystal structure of peroxymyoglobin generated through cryoradiolytic reduction of myoglobin compound III during data collection.
    Biochem. J. (2008), 412, 257-264. [Link]


  30. H.-P. Hersleth, A. Varnier, E. Harbitz, Å.K. Røhr, P.P. Schmidt, M. Sørlie, F.H. Cederkvist, S. Marchal, A.C.F. Gorren, B. Mayer, T. Uchida, V. Schünemann, T. Kitagawa, A.X. Trautwein, T. Shimizu, R. Lange, C.H. Görbitz & K.K. Andersson  
    Reactive complexes in myoglobin and nitric oxide synthase.
    Inorg. Chim. Acta (2008), 361, 831-843. [Link] Review.


  31. H.-P. Hersleth, T. Uchida, Å.K. Røhr, T. Teschner, V. Schünemann, T. Kitagawa, A.X. Trautwein, C.H. Görbitz & K.K. Andersson  
    Crystallographic and spectroscopical studies of peroxide-derived myoglobin compound II and Occurence of protonated FeIV-O.
    J. Biol. Chem. (2007), 280, 23372-23386. [Link]


  32. H.-P. Hersleth, U. Ryde, P. Rydberg, C.H. Görbitz & K.K. Andersson  
    Structures of the high-valent metal-ion haem-oxygen intermediates in peroxidases, oxygenases and catalases.
    J. Inorg. Biochem. (2006), 100, 460-476. [Link] Review.


  33. K. Nilsson, H.-P. Hersleth, T.H. Rod, K.K. Andersson & U. Ryde  
    The Protonation Status of Compound II in Myoglobin, Studied by a Combination of Experimental Data and Quantum Chemical Calculations: Quantum Refinement.
    Biophys. J. (2004), 87, 3437-3447. [Link]


  34. H.-P. Hersleth, B. Dalhus, C.H. Görbitz & K.K. Andersson  
    An iron hydroxide moiety in the 1.35 Å resolution structure of hydrogen peroxide derived myoglobin compund II at pH 5.2.
    J. Inorg. Biol. Chem. (2002), 7, 299-304. [Link]


  35. C.H. Görbitz & H.-P. Hersleth  
    Selective solvent inclusion as a tool for mapping molecular properties in crystal structures - a diethylstilbestrol example.
    Acta Cryst. (2000), B56, 1094-1102. [Link]


  36. C.H. Görbitz & H.-P. Hersleth  
    On the inclusion of solvent molecules in the crystal structure of organic compounds.
    Acta Cryst. (2000), B56, 526-534. [Link]