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Partially De‐Energized (Respiration‐-Independent) β‐Galac-toside Transport in Escherichia coli" 

 

Biochim. Biophys. Acta 401, 285-298.

 

2. J. R. Lancaster, jr. and P. C. Hinkle (1977) "Studies of the β‐Galacto-side Transporter 

 

in Inverted Membrane Vesicles of E. coli. I. Symmetrical Facilitated Diffusion and Proton 

 

Gradient‐Coupled Trans-port" J. Biol. Chem. 252, 7657-7661.

 

3. J. R. Lancaster, jr. and P. C. Hinkle (1977) "Studies of the β‐Galacto-side Transporter in 

 

Inverted Membrane Vesicles of E. coli. II. Symmetrical Binding of a Dansylgalactoside Induced 

 

by an Electrochemical Proton Gradient and by Lactose Efflux" J. Biol. Chem. 252, 7662-7666. 

 

4. J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1978) "Site‐Exposure Model for Proton‐Lactose Symport in E. coli" J. 

 

Theor. Biol. 75, 35-50. 

 

5. J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1982) "Mechanism of Lactose‐Proton Cotran-sport in E. coli: Kinetic 

 

Results in Terms of the Site Exposure Model" FEBS Lett. 150, 9-18

 

6. J. R. Lancaster, jr., J. Vega, H. Kamin, N. Orme‐Johnson, W. H. Orme--Johnson, R. Krueger, 

 

and L. M. Siegel (1979) "Identification of the Iron--Sulfur Center of Spinach Ferredoxin‐Nitrite 

 

Reductase as a Tetranuclear Center, and Prelimi-nary EPR Studies of Mechanism" J. Biol. Chem.

 

7. J. R. Lancaster, jr., C. J. Batie, H. Kamin, and D. B. Knaff (1982) "Purifi-cation of Spinach Nitrite 

 

Reductase" In: Methods in Chloroplast Molecular Biology (M. Edelman, R. B. Hallick, and N. H. 

 

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8. D. W. Seybert, J. R. Lancaster, jr., J. D. Lambeth, and H. Kamin (1979) "Partici-pation of the 

 

Membrane in Side‐Chain Cleavage of Cholesterol. Recons-titution of Cytochrome P450scc

 

Adrenal Cortex Mitochondria into Phospho-lipid Vesicles" J. Biol. Chem. 254, 12088-12098. 

 

9. J. D. Lambeth, J. R. Lancaster, jr., D. W. Seybert, and H. Kamin (1980) "Binding of Cholesterol 

 

and Adrenodoxin to Phospholipid Vesicle Reconstitu-ted P450scc" In: Microsomes, Drug 

 

Oxidations, and Chemical Carcinogenesis" (M. J. Coon, A. W. Conney, R. W. Estabrook, H. V. 

 

Gelboin, J. R. Gillette, and P. J. O'Brien, eds.) pp 553‐557.

 

10. J. D. Lambeth, J. R. Lancaster,jr., and H. Kamin (1981) "Steroido-genic Electron Transport by 

 

Adrenodoxin Reductase and Adrenodoxin: Use of Acety-lated Cytochrome c as a Mechanistic 

 

Probe of Electron Transfer" J. Biol. Chem. 256, 3674-3678.

 

11. J. D. Lambeth, D. W. Seybert, J. R. Lancaster, jr., J. C. Salerno and H. Kamin (1982)

 

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12. H. Kamin, C. Batie, J. D. Lambeth, J. Lancaster, L. Graham, and J. C. Salerno (1985)

 

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13. J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1980) "Soluble and Membrane‐Bound Paramagnetic Centers in 

 

Methanobacterium bryantii" FEBS Lett. 115, 285-288.

 

14. J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1982) "New Biological Paramagnetic Center: Octahed-rally Coordinated 

 

Ni(III) in the Methanogenic Bacteria" Science 216, 1324-1325.

 

15. J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1982) "Identification and Detection of Electron Transfer Components in 

 

Methanogens" Meth. Enz. 88, 412-417.

 

16. A. J. Thomson (1982) “Proteins Containing Nickel” Nature 298. 602-603

 

17. J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1988) "The Bioinorganic Chemistry of Nickel", Editor, VCH Publishers.

 

18. D. J. Ecker, J. R. Lancaster, jr., and T. Emery (1982) "Siderophore Iron Transport Followed by 

 

Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectros-copy" J. Biol. Chem. 257, 8623-8626.

 

19. J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1981) "Membrane‐Bound Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide in 

 

Methanobacterium bryantii" Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 100, 240-246.

 

20. T. W. Kirby, J. R. Lancaster, jr., and I. Fridovich (1981) "Isola-tion and Characterization of 

 

the Iron‐Containing Superoxide Dismutase of Methanobac­terium bryantii" Arch. Biochem. 

 

Biophys. 210, 140-148.

 

21. J. R. Lancaster, jr., K. Gillies, and K. R. Rogers (1985) "Bioener-getic Role of Nickel‐containing 

 

Proteins in Methano-gens" Rev. Port. Quim. 27, 73-75. 

 

22. B. P. Crider, S. W. Carper, and J. R. Lancaster,jr. (1985) "Electron Transfer‐Driven ATP 

 

Synthesis in Methanococcus voltae is Not Dependent on a Proton Electrochemical Gradient", 

 

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 82, 6793-6796.

 

23. J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1986) "A Unified Scheme for Carbon and Electron Flow Coupled to ATP 

 

Synthesis by Substrate Level Phosphoryla-tion in the Methanogenic Bacteria" FEBS Lett. 199, 

 

24. S. W. Carper and J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1986) " An Electrogenic Sodium‐-translocating ATPase in 

 

Methanococcus voltae", FEBS Lett. 200, 177-180

 

25. H. A. Al‐Mahrouq, S. W. Carper, and J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1986) "Dis-crimination Between 

 

Transmembrane Ion Gradient‐Driven and Electron Transfer--Driven ATP Synthesis in the 

 

Methanogenic Bacteria", FEBS Lett. 207, 262-265.

 

26. J. R. Lancaster, jr.,S. W. Carper, B. P. Crider, K. Gillies, and K. R. Rogers (1986) "Bioenergetic 

 

Role of Nickel‐containing Proteins in Methano-gens", in Frontiers in Bioinorganic Chemistry, A. 

 

V. Xavier, ed., VCH Publishers, pp. 27-35.

 

27. K. R. Rogers, K. Gillies, and J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1988) "Iron-Sulfur Centers Involved in Electron 

 

Transfer in Methanobacterium thermoautotrophicum" Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 153, 87-

 

28. J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1987) "ATP Synthesis and Ion Gradients in the Methano-genic Bacteria"

 

in Advances in Membrane Biochemistry and Bioener­getics, C. H. Kim, H. Tedeschi, J. J. Diwan, 

 

and J. C. Salerno, eds., Plenum Press, pp. 363-387.

 

29. J. R. Lancaster, jr. (1989) "Sodium, Protons, and Energy Coupling in the Methanogenic 

 

Bacteria" J. Bioenerg. Biomemb. 21, 717-740 (invited review).

 

30. D. Reddy, J. R. Lancaster, jr., and D. P. Cornforth (1983) "Nitrite Inhibition of Clostridium 

 

botulinum: Electron Spin Resonance Detection of Iron‐Nitric Oxide Complexes" Science 221, 

 

31. J. R. Lancaster, jr., S. M. Laster, and L. R. Gooding (1989) "Inhibition of Target Cell 

 

Mitochondrial Electron Transfer by Tumor Necrosis Factor" FEBS Lett. 248, 169-174.

 

32. J. R. Lancaster, jr., and J. B. Hibbs, jr., (1990) "EPR Demonstration of Iron-Nitrosyl Complex 

 

Formation by Cytotoxic Activated Macrophages", Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 87, 1223-1227.

 

33. J. R. Lancaster, Jr., J. M. Langrehr, H.A. Bergonia, N. Murase, R. L. Simmons, and R. A. 

 

Hoffman (1992) “EPR Detection of Heme and Nonheme Iron-Containing Protein Nitrosylation by 

 

Nitric Oxide during Rejection of Rat Heart Allograft”, J. Biol. Chem. 267, 10994-10998.

 

34. J. M. Langrehr, A.R. Müller, H. Bergonia, T. Jacobs, W.H. Schraut, J. R. Lancaster, Jr., R.A. 

 

Hoffman, and R. L. Simmons (1992) “Detection of Nitric Oxide by EPR Spectroscopy During 

 

Rejection and Graft-Versus-Host Disease Following Small Bowel Transplantation in the Rat” 

 

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35. J. A. Corbett, J. R. Lancaster, jr., M. A. Sweetland, and M. L. McDaniel (1991) “Interleukin-

 

1β-induced Formation of EPR-Detectable Iron-Nitrosyl Complexes in Islets of Langerhans. Role 

 

of Nitric Oxide in Interleukin-1β-induced Inhibition of Insulin Secretion” J. Biol. Chem. 266, 

 

36. J. A. Corbett, R. G. Tilton, K. Chang, K. S. Hasan, Y. Ido, J. L. Wang, M. A. Sweetland, J. R. 

 

Lancaster, Jr., J. R. Williamson, and M. L. McDaniel (1992) “Aminoguanidine, a Novel Inhibitor of 

 

Nitric Oxide Formation, Prevents Diabetic Vascular Dysfunction” Diabetes 41, 552-556.

 

37. L. J. Nixon-Heiss, J. R. Lancaster, Jr., J. A. Corbett, and W. E. Goldman (1994) “Epithelial 

 

Autotoxicity of Nitric Oxide: Role in the Respiratory Cytopathology of Pertussis”, Proc. Natl. 

 

Acad. Sci. USA 91, 267-270.

 

38. J. Stadler, H. A. Bergonia, M. Di Silvio, M. A. Sweetland, T. R. Billiar, R. L. Simmons, and J. R. 

 

Lancaster, Jr. (1993) “Nonheme Iron-Nitrosyl Complex Formation in Rat Hepatocytes: Detection 

 

by Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy” Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 302, 4-11.

 

39. J. R. Lancaster, Jr., G. Werner-Felmayer, and H. Wachter (1994) “ Coinduction of Nitric Oxide 

 

Synthesis and Intracellular Nonheme Iron-Nitrosyl Complexes in Murine Cytokine-Treated 

 

Fibroblasts” Free Rad. Biol. Med. 16, 869-870.

 

40. MS Joshi, JL Ponthier, and JR Lancaster, Jr. (1999) “Cellular Antioxidant and Prooxidant 

 

Actions of Nitric Oxide” Free Rad. Biol. Med. 27, 357-1366.

 

41. Y-M. Kim, H. Bergonia, J. R. Lancaster, Jr. (1995) “Nitrogen Oxide-Induced Autoprotection in 

 

Isolated Rat Hepatocytes” FEBS Lett 374, 228-232.

 

42. Y-M. Kim, H. A. Bergonia, B. R. Pitt, W. D. Watkins, and J. R. lancaster, Jr. “Loss and 

 

Degradation of Enzyme-Bound Heme Induced by Cellular Nitric Oxide Synthesis” J. Biol. Chem.

 

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(1995) “Nitric Oxide and Intracellular Heme” Adv. Pharmacol. 34:277-291.

 

44. M. A. Schwarz, J. S. Lazo, J. C. Yalowich, W. P. Allen, M. Whitmore, H. A. Bergonia, Lancaster, 

 

Jr. (1995) “Metallothionein Protects Against the Cytotoxic and DNA Damaging Effects of Nitric 

 

Oxide” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 92, 4452-4456.

 

45. 33. Y-M Kim, JR Lancaster, Jr. (1993) “Tetrahydrobiopterin-Dependent Nitrite Oxidation to 

 

Nitrate in Isolated Rat Hepatocytes” FEBS Lett. 332: 255-259.

 

46. J. R. Lancaster, Jr. (1992) “Nitric Oxide in Cells” American Scientist 80:248-259

 

47. J. R. Lancaster, Jr. (1994) “ Simulation of the Diffusion and Reaction of Endogenously 

 

Produced Nitric Oxide” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91:8137-8141.

 

48. J. R. Lancaster, Jr. (1996) “Diffusion of Free Nitric Oxide” Meth. Enz. 268:31-50

 

49. J. R. Lancaster, Jr. “A Tutorial on the Diffusibility and Reactivity of Free Nitric Oxide” Nitric 

 

50. JR Lancaster, jr. (2000) “The Physical Properties of Nitric Oxide: Determinants of the 

 

Dynamics of NO in Tissue. in Nitric Oxide: Biology and Pathobiology Ignarro, LJ, ed. Academic 

 

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51. X. Liu, M.J. S. Miller, M. S. Joshi, H. Sadowska-Krowicka, D. A. Clark, and J. R. Lancaster, 

 

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52. J. R. lancaster, Jr. Sickle Cell Disease: Loss of the Blood’s WD40? Trends Pharmacol. Sci.

 

53. DD Thomas, X Liu, SP Kantrow, JR Lancaster, Jr. (2001) “The Biological Lifetime of Nitric 

 

Oxide: Implications for the Perivascular Dynamics of NO and O2” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 98:

 

54. Joshi, MS, Ferguson, Jr., TB, Han, TH, Hyduke, DR, Liao, JC, Rassaf, T, Bryan, N, Feelisch, 

 

M, and Lancaster, Jr., JR “Nitric Oxide is Consumed, Rather than Conserved, by Reaction with 

 

Oxyhemoglobin under Physiological Conditions”. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 99:10341-10346 

 

55. Gladwin, MT, Lancaster, Jr., JR, Freeman, BA, & Schechter, AN “Nitric Oxide Reactions with 

 

Hemoglobin: A View Through the SNO-Storm”. Nature Med 9:496-500 (2003).

 

56. X. Liu, M. J. S. Miller, M. S. Joshi, D. D. Thomas, and J. R. Lancaster, Jr. (1998) “Accelerated 

 

Reaction of Nitric Oxide with O2 within the Hydrophobic Interior of Biological Membranes” 

 

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 95:2175-2179.

 

57. M. N. Möller, Q. Li, D. A. Vitturi, J. M. Robinson, J. R. Lancaster Jr., and A. Denicola (2007) 

 

“Membrane ‘Lens’ Effect: Focusing the Formation of Reactive Nitrogen Oxides from the •NO/O2

 

Reaction” Chem. Res. Toxicol. 20:709­714

 

58. J. C. Toledo, C. A. Bosworth, S. W. Hennon, and J. R. Lancaster, Jr. (2008) “Nitric Oxide-

 

Induced Conversion of Cellular Chelatable Iron into Macromolecule-Bound Dinitrosyliron 

 

Complexes” J. Biol Chem. 2008;283:2892659.

 

59. Lancaster, Jr., JR (2006) “Nitroxidative, Nitrosative, and Nitrative Stress: Kinetic Predictions 

 

of Reactive Nitrogen Species Chemistry Under Biological Conditions” Chem. Res. Toxicol.

 

60. Dinitrosyliron complexes and the mechanism(s) of cellular protein nitrosothiol formation 

 

from nitric oxide. Bosworth CA, Toledo JC Jr, Zmijewski JW, Li Q, Lancaster JR Jr. Proc Natl Acad 

 

Sci U S A. 2009;106:4671.

 

61. Q. Li, C. Li, H.K. Mahtani, J. Du, A.R. Patel, J.R. Lancaster Jr. “Nitrosothiol Formation and 

 

Protection against Fenton Chemistry by Nitric Oxide-Induced Dinitrosyliron Complex Formation 

 

from Anoxia-Initiated Cellular Chelatable Iron Increase” J. Biol. Chem. 2014 in press.

 

62. J. R. Lancaster, Jr., L. J. Ignarro, Free Rad. Biol. Med. 25:384

 

63. J. M. Langrehr, R. A. Hoffman, J. R. Lancaster, Jr., and R. L. Simmons (1993) “Nitric Oxide: A 

 

New Endogenous Immunomodulator” Transplantation 55:1205-1212

 

64. C. H. Evans, M. Steanovic-Racic, and J. R. Lancaster, Jr. (1995) “Nitric Oxide and its Role in 

 

Orthopaedic Disease” Clin. Orthop. Rel. Res. 312:275-294.

 

65. J. F. Kerwin, Jr., J. R. Lancaster, Jr., and P. L. Feldman (1995) “Nitric Oxide: A New Paradigm 

 

for Second Messengers” J. Med. Chem. 38:4343-4362.

 

66. J. B. Hibbs, Jr., R. R. Taintor, Z. Vavrin, D. L. Granger, J-C. Drapier, I. J. Amber, and J. R. 

 

Lancaster, Jr. (1990) “Synthesis of Nitric Oxide from a Terminal Guanidino Nitrogen Atom of L-

 

Arginine: a Molecular Mechanism Regulating Cellular Proliferation that Targets Intracellular 

 

Iron” in Nitric Oxide from L-Arginine: a Bioregulatory System Moncada, S, & Higgs, EA, eds., 

 

Elsevier pp189-223

 

67. P. D. Freeswick, D. A. Geller, J. R. Lancaster, Jr., and T. R. Billiar (1994) “Nitric Oxide and 

 

the Liver” in The Liver: Biology and Pathobiology 3rd ed. Arias I,Boyer J, Fausto N, Jakoby W, 

 

Schachter D, Shafritz D, eds, Raven Press, New York, NY pp 1031-1045

 

68. J. R. Lancaster, Jr. (1994) “The Biology of Nitric Oxide” in Encyclopedia of Inorganic 

 

Chemistry King RB, ed., Wiley pp 2482-2498

 

69. Y-M. Kim, T. R. Billiar, and J. R. Lancaster, Jr. “Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Metabolites 

 

and Related Enzymes. Kim,Y-M, Billiar, TR, and Lancaster, JR Jr. Handbook of Experimental 

 

Immunology, 1999.

 

70. D. J. Singel, J. R. Lancaster, Jr. (1996) “EPR Spectroscopy and NO Biology”. In Methods in 

 

Nitric Oxide Research, Feelisch, M, Stamler, JS, eds., Wiley, NY pp 341-356.

 

71. J. R. Lancaster, Jr., and D. J. Stuehr (1996) “The Intracellular Reactions of Nitric Oxide in the 

 

Immune System and its Enzymatic Synthesis” in Nitric Oxide: Principles and Actions Lancaster JR 

 

Jr., ed., Academic Press, San Diego, CA pp139-175

 

72. M. S. Joshi, and J. R. Lancaster, Jr. (1997) “Free Radicals and Disease” in Encyclopedia of 

 

Human Biology, 2nd ed. Dulbecco R, ed., Academic Press, San Diego, CA pp 107-114

 

73. J. R. Lancaster, Jr. (1997) “Interaction of NO with Iron-dependent Enzymes” in Ernst 

 

Schering Research Foundation Workshops Lancaster, Jr., JR, & Parkinson, JF, eds., Springer, 

 

74. J. R. Lancaster, Jr., ed. (1996) “Nitric Oxide: Principles and Actions”, Academic Press.

 

75. J. R. Lancaster, Jr., and J. F. Parkinson (1997) “Nitric Oxide, Cytochromes P450, and Sexual 

 

Steroid Hormones”, Springer.

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