Sharon Burgmayer | Selected Publications

The Role of the Pyranopterin Dithiolene Component of Moco in Molybdoenzyme Catalysis.  Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer and Martin L. Kirk, Structure and Bonding: Metallocofactors that Activate Small Molecules, Ed. M. Ribbe, Springer Nature Switzerland, 2019, in press. Invited chapter

Modeling Pyran Formation in the Molybdenum Cofactor: Protonation of QuinoxalylDithiolene Promoting Pyran CyclizationDouglas Gisewhite, Alexandra Nagelski, Daniel C. Cummins, Glenn P. A. Yap, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer,  Inorganic Chemistry 2019, 58, 5134-5144, DOI: 10.1021/ic9b00194.

Implications of Pyran Cyclization and Pterin Conformation on Oxidized Forms of the Molybdenum Cofactor. Douglas Gisewhite, Jing Yang, Benjamin R. Williams, Alisha Esmail*\, Martin L. Kirk, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2018, 140, 12808-12818. DOI: 10.1021/jacs.8b05777

Studies of pterin-inspired model compounds. Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, Benjamin R. Williams and Partha Basu, Molybdenum and Tungsten Enzymes: Bioinorganic Chemistry, Ed. R. Hille, C. Schulzke, M. L. Kirk, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 2016, chapter 2, 8-67. Invited chapter

Solvent-Dependent Pyranopterin Cyclization In Molybdenum Cofactor Model Complexes. Benjamin R. Williams, Douglas Gisewhite, Anna Kalinsky*, Alisha Esmail*, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer. Inorganic Chemistry, 2015, 54, 8214-8222.  DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.5b00532

Recent Developments in the Study of Molybdoenzyme Models. Partha Basu and Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer. Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, 2015, 20, 373-383. Invited article

Structure and Reversible Pyran Formation in Molybdenum Pyranopterin Dithiolene Models of the Molybdenum Cofactor.  Benjamin R. Williams, Yichun Fu*, Glenn P. A. Yap, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2012, 134, 19584−19587. DOI: 10.1021/ja310018e

Pteridine Cleavage Facilitates DNA Cleavage. Benjamin Williams, Shannon Dalton, Meredith Skiba, Susie Kim, Allison Shatz*, Patrick Carroll, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer. Inorganic Chemistry 2012, 51, 12669–12681. DOI: 10.1021/ic301219z

A Study of Mo(4+)Quinoxalyl-Dithiolenes as Models for the Non-Innocent Pyranopterin in the Molybdenum Cofactor. Kelly G. Matz, Rebecca Rothstein, Regina P. Mtei, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, Martin L. Kirk. Inorganic Chemistry 2011, 50, 9804–9815. Invited contribution and journal cover art. DOI: 10.1021/ic200783a

Pterin Chemistry and its Relationship to the Molybdenum Cofactor. Partha Basu and Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer. Coordination Chemistry Reviews 2011, 255, 1016–1038. Invited article

Noninnocent Dithiolene Ligands: A New Oxomolybdenum Complex Possessing a Donor-Acceptor Dithiolene Ligand. Kelly G. Matz,  Belinda Leung, Regina P. Mtei, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, Martin L. Kirk. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2010, 132, 7830-7831. DOI: 10.1021/ja100220x

DNA Binding by Ru(II)-bis(bipyridine)-Pteridinyl Complexes. Shannon Dalton, Samantha Glazier, Belinda Leung*, Sanda Win*, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer. Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, 2008, 13, 1133-1148.

Synthesis, Characterization, and Spectroscopy of Model Molybdopterin Complexes. Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, Mary Kim*, Rebecca Petit*, Amy Rothkopf*, Alison Kim*, Shadia BelHamdounia*, Ying Hou*, Arpad Somogyi, Diana Habel-Rodriguez, Antonio Williams, Martin L. Kirk. Invited paper, Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 2007, 101, 1601-1616.

Redox Reactions of the Pyranopterin System of the Molybdenum Cofactor.  Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, Dori L. Pearsall, Shannon Blaney*, Eva Moore*, Calies Sauk-Schubert*. Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, 2004, 9, 59.

Dithiolenes in Biology.  Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, in Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, Vol. 52, Stiefel, E. I., Ed.; Wiley, N. Y., 2004. Invited chapter

Molybdenum Enzymes/Models. Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer in Encyclopedia of Catalysis, Horvath, I. T., Ed.; Wiley & Sons, NY,  2002. Invited contribution

Models for the Pyranopterin-Containing Molybdenum and Tungsten Cofactors.  Berthold Fischer and Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer in Metal Ions in Biological Systems, Vol. 39, Sigel, A. and Sigel   H., Eds.; Marcel Dekker, N. Y., 2002, pp 265-305. Invited chapter

Molybdenum-Pterin Chemistry Part 1. The Five Electron Oxidation of an Oxo-Molybdenum-Dithiolate Complex of Reduced Pterin Coupled to DMSO Reduction. Heather Layton Kaufmann,  Louise Liable-Sands, Arnold L. Rheingold, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer. Inorganic Chemistry 1999, 38, 2592. DOI: 10.1021/ic980881z

Molybdenum-Pterin Chemistry Part 2. A Reinvestigation of Molybdenum-Flavin Chemistry. Heather Layton Kaufmann,  Patrick J. Carroll, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer. Inorganic Chemistry 1999, 38, 2600. DOI: 10.1021/ic9808798

Molybdenum-Pterin Chemistry Part 3. X-Ray Photoelectron Spectrocopy of Molybdenum-Pterin  Complexes. A Solution to the Oxidation State Assignment  Problem. Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, Heather L. Kaufmann, G. Fortunato, Paul Hug, Berthold Fischer. Inorganic Chemistry 1999, 38, 2607. DOI: 10.1021/ic9808807

Electron Transfer Reactions in Transition Metal Pterin ComplexesSharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, in Bioinorganic Chemistry of the Less Common Transition Metals, Structure and Bonding Vol. 92, Clarke, M. J., Ed., Springer: Heidelberg, 1998, pp 67-120. Invited chapter

Use of a Titanium Metallocene as a Colorimetric Indicator for Learning Inert Atmosphere Techniques. Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer. Journal of Chemical  Education 1998, 75, 460. DOI: 10.1021/ed075p460

Tetrahydropterin Reactions of Dioxo-Molybdenum(6+) Complexes. Does Redox Occur?  Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, Michelle R. Arkin*, Laura Bostick*, Sara Dempster*, Kristin Everett*, Heather Layton, Kateri Paul, * Cory Rogge*. Journal of the American Chemical Society 1995, 117, 5812. DOI: 10.1021/ja00126a020

Molybdenum Complexes of Reduced Pterins. Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, Kristin Everett, Laura Bostick in Molybdenum Enzymes, Cofactors and Models, Stiefel, E. I., Coucouvanis, D., Newton, W., Eds.; American Chemical Society Symposium Series Volume 535; A.C.S.: Washington D.C., 1993, 114.DOI: 10.1021/bk-1993-0535.ch008

Oxidation of Molybdenum Dithiolene Complexes Yields Thiophene Analogues of Urothione and Molybdopterin Form B. Cheryl L. Soricelli, Veronika A. Szalai*, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer. Journal of the American Chemical Society 1991, 113, 9877. DOI: 10.1021/ja00026a038

Preparations and Properties of Transition Metal Pterin  Complexes. Models for the Metal Site in Phenylalanine Hydroxylase. Joanna Perkinson, * Sharon Brodie*, Keum Yoon*, Karoline Mosny* Patrick J. Carroll, T. Vance Morgan, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer. Inorganic Chemistry 1991, 30, 719. DOI: 10.1021/ic00004a023

Resonance Raman Signatures of Oxomolybdenum Thiolate and Dithiolene Models of Molybdenum Proteins. Prem Subramanian, Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, Sarah Richards*, Veronika Szalai*, Thomas G. Spiro. Inorganic Chemistry 1990, 29, 3849. DOI: 10.1021/ic00344a039

A Model Reaction for the Mo(VI) Reduction by Molybdopterin. Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, Amy Baruch, Karen Kerr, Keum Yoon*. Journal of the American Chemical Society 1989, 111, 4982. DOI: 10.1021/ja00195a064

Transition-Metal Pteridines. Preparation and Characterization of Cobalt Pteridines. Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, Edward I. Stiefel. Inorganic Chemistry 1988, 27, 4059. DOI: 10.1021/ic00295a033

Synthesis and Structure of the First Molybdenum-Pterin Complex. Sharon J. Nieter Burgmayer, Edward I. Stiefel. Journal of the American Chemical Society 1986, 108,  8310. DOI: 10.1021/ja00286a056

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