Lawrence Que, Jr.
Lawrence Que, Jr.
University of Minnesota Chemistry Department
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Dioxygen activation at mononuclear nonheme iron active sites: enzymes, models, and intermediates
M Costas, MP Mehn, MP Jensen, L Que
Chemical reviews 104 (2), 939-986, 2004
Catalysis research of relevance to carbon management: progress, challenges, and opportunities
H Arakawa, M Aresta, JN Armor, MA Barteau, EJ Beckman, AT Bell, ...
Chemical reviews 101 (4), 953-996, 2001
Biologically inspired oxidation catalysis
L Que Jr, WB Tolman
Nature 455 (7211), 333-340, 2008
Dioxygen activation by enzymes with mononuclear non-heme iron active sites
L Que Jr, RYN Ho
Chemical reviews 96 (7), 2607-2624, 1996
Crystallographic and spectroscopic characterization of a nonheme Fe (IV)= O complex
JU Rohde, JH In, MH Lim, WW Brennessel, MR Bukowski, A Stubna, ...
Science 299 (5609), 1037-1039, 2003
An Fe2IVO2 Diamond Core Structure for the Key Intermediate Q of Methane Monooxygenase
L Shu, JC Nesheim, K Kauffmann, E Münck, JD Lipscomb, L Que Jr
Science 275 (5299), 515-518, 1997
The 2‐His‐1‐carboxylate facial triad—an emerging structural motif in mononuclear non‐heme iron (II) enzymes
EL Hegg, LQ Jr
European Journal of Biochemistry 250 (3), 625-629, 1997
Nonheme FeIVO Complexes That Can Oxidize the C−H Bonds of Cyclohexane at Room Temperature
J Kaizer, EJ Klinker, NY Oh, JU Rohde, WJ Song, A Stubna, J Kim, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (2), 472-473, 2004
Reversible cleavage and formation of the dioxygen OO bond within a dicopper complex
JA Halfen, S Mahapatra, EC Wilkinson, S Kaderli, VG Young Jr, L Que Jr, ...
Science 271 (5254), 1397-1400, 1996
Dinuclear iron‐and manganese‐oxo sites in biology
L Que Jr, AE True
Progress in inorganic chemistry: bioinorganic chemistry, 97-200, 1990
Stereospecific alkane hydroxylation by non-heme iron catalysts: mechanistic evidence for an FeV O active species
K Chen, L Que
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (26), 6327-6337, 2001
Biomimetic nonheme iron catalysts for alkane hydroxylation
M Costas, K Chen, L Que Jr
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 200, 517-544, 2000
The road to non-heme oxoferryls and beyond
L Que Jr
Accounts of chemical research 40 (7), 493-500, 2007
Bis(μ‐oxo)dimetal “Diamond” Cores in Copper and Iron Complexes Relevant to Biocatalysis
L Que, Jr, WB Tolman
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 41 (7), 1114-1137, 2002
Olefin Cis-Dihydroxylation versus Epoxidation by Non-Heme Iron Catalysts:  Two Faces of an FeIII−OOH Coin
K Chen, M Costas, J Kim, AK Tipton, L Que
Journal of the American Chemical Society 124 (12), 3026-3035, 2002
High-valent nonheme iron-oxo complexes: Synthesis, structure, and spectroscopy
AR McDonald, L Que Jr
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 257 (2), 414-428, 2013
The 2-His-1-carboxylate facial triad: a versatile platform for dioxygen activation by mononuclear non-heme iron (II) enzymes
KD Koehntop, JP Emerson, L Que
JBIC Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry 10, 87-93, 2005
Chemical and Spectroscopic Evidence for an FeV-Oxo Complex
FT De Oliveira, A Chanda, D Banerjee, X Shan, S Mondal, L Que Jr, ...
Science 315 (5813), 835-838, 2007
Axial ligand tuning of a nonheme iron (IV)–oxo unit for hydrogen atom abstraction
CV Sastri, J Lee, K Oh, YJ Lee, J Lee, TA Jackson, K Ray, H Hirao, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (49), 19181-19186, 2007
Aqueous FeIVO: Spectroscopic Identification and Oxo‐Group Exchange
O Pestovsky, S Stoian, EL Bominaar, X Shan, E Münck, L Que Jr, A Bakac
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 44 (42), 6871-6874, 2005
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