Thomas Spiro
Thomas Spiro
Professor of Chemistry, U of Washington
Verified email at uw.edu
TitleCited byYear
Biological applications of Raman spectroscopy
TG Spiro
Wiley, 1987
7731987
Resonance Raman spectra of heme proteins. Effects of oxidation and spin state
TG Spiro, TC Strekas
Journal of the American Chemical Society 96 (2), 338-345, 1974
6391974
Assignment of protoheme resonance Raman spectrum by heme labeling in myoglobin
S Hu, KM Smith, TG Spiro
Journal of the American Chemical Society 118 (50), 12638-12646, 1996
5021996
How far can proteins bend the FeCO unit? Distal polar and steric effects in heme proteins and models
GB Ray, XY Li, JA Ibers, JL Sessler, TG Spiro
Journal of the American Chemical Society 116 (1), 162-176, 1994
4131994
Resonance Raman spectra of hemoglobin and cytochrome c: inverse polarization and vibronic scattering
TG Spiro, TC Strekas
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 69 (9), 2622-2626, 1972
4081972
Resonance Raman spectroscopy of metalloporphyrins
TG Spiro
Biological applications of Raman spectroscopy 3, 1-37, 1988
388*1988
Complete assignment of cytochrome c resonance Raman spectra via enzymic reconstitution with isotopically labeled hemes
S Hu, IK Morris, JP Singh, KM Smith, TG Spiro
Journal of the American chemical society 115 (26), 12446-12458, 1993
3841993
Consistent porphyrin force field. 1. Normal-mode analysis for nickel porphine and nickel tetraphenylporphine from resonance Raman and infrared spectra and isotope shifts
XY Li, RS Czernuszewicz, JR Kincaid, YO Su, TG Spiro
Journal of Physical Chemistry 94 (1), 31-47, 1990
3801990
Structural correlations and vinyl influences in resonance Raman spectra of protoheme complexes and proteins
S Choi, TG Spiro, KC Langry, KM Smith, DL Budd, GN La Mar
Journal of the American Chemical Society 104 (16), 4345-4351, 1982
3721982
Industrial ecology and global change
R Socolow, C Andrews, F Berkhout, V Thomas
Cambridge University Press, 1997
3451997
Protein control of porphyrin conformation. Comparison of resonance Raman spectra of heme proteins with mesoporphyrin IX analogs
TG Spiro, JM Burke
Journal of the American Chemical Society 98 (18), 5482-5489, 1976
3211976
The hydrolytic polymerization of iron (III)
TG Spiro, SE Allerton, J Renner, A Terzis, R Bils, P Saltman
Journal of the American Chemical Society 88 (12), 2721-2726, 1966
3121966
Consistent porphyrin force field. 2. Nickel octaethylporphyrin skeletal and substituent mode assignments from nitrogen-15, meso-d4, and methylene-d16 Raman and infrared isotope …
XY Li, RS Czernuszewicz, JR Kincaid, P Stein, TG Spiro
Journal of Physical Chemistry 94 (1), 47-61, 1990
3091990
Porphyrin core expansion and doming in heme proteins. New evidence from resonance Raman spectra of six-coordinate high-spin iron (III) hemes
TG Spiro, JD Stong, P Stein
Journal of the American Chemical Society 101 (10), 2648-2655, 1979
2931979
Ultraviolet resonance Raman spectroscopy of the nucleotides with 266-, 240-, 218-, and 200-nm pulsed laser excitation
SPA Fodor, RP Rava, TR Hays, TG Spiro
Journal of the American Chemical Society 107 (6), 1520-1529, 1985
2811985
Is bound carbonyl linear or bent in heme proteins? Evidence from resonance Raman and infrared spectroscopic data
XY Li, TG Spiro
Journal of the American Chemical Society 110 (18), 6024-6033, 1988
2791988
Chemistry of the Environment
TG Spiro, KL Purvis-Roberts, WM Stigliani
University Science Books, 2012
2772012
Inorganic Electronic Structure and Spectroscopy, Applications and Case Studies
EI Solomon, ABP Lever
Wiley-Interscience, 1999
2591999
Photoelectrochemistry of tris (bipyridyl) ruthenium (II) covalently attached to n-type tin (IV) oxide
P Ghosh, TG Spiro
Journal of the American Chemical Society 102 (17), 5543-5549, 1980
2491980
Resonance enhancement in the ultraviolet Raman spectra of aromatic amino acids
RP Rava, TG Spiro
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 89 (10), 1856-1861, 1985
2471985
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