List of peer-reviewed publications of Dr. Alexander Angerhofer. (§undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral associates, senior authors and co-authors, corresponding authors are underlined)


105. Guillaume A.W. Beaudoin, Qiang Li, Jacob Folz, Oliver Fiehn, Justin L. Goodsell, Alexander Angerhofer, Steven D. Bruner, and Andrew D. Hanson, Nature Communications under revision 2018. Salvage of the 5-deoxyribose byproduct of radical SAM enzymes. 104. Kun Qian, Joseph S. DuChene, Brendan C. Sweeny, Umar T. Twahir, Jingjing Qiu, Aaron C. Johnston-Peck, Huolin Xin, Eric A. Stach, Alexander Angerhofer, and Wei David Wei, Nature, in preparation 2018. In Situ Observation of Plasmon-Generated Hot Holes in Au/TiO2 Heterostructures. 103. Umar Twahir, Matthew Burg, Steven Bruner, Alexander Angerhofer, Journal of Chemical Biology, in preparation, 2018. Structural Insights into Bacillus subtilis Oxalate Decarboxylase at low pH. 102. Justin Goodsell, Khalil Abboud, Andrew Ozarowski, and Alexander Angerhofer, Inorganic Chemistry, in preparation 2018. Crystal structure, single crystal- and High Field EPR of Manganese and Cadmium [2-(2-pyridyl)-1H-imidazole]oxalate2: two new one-dimensional polymeric oxalate complexes. 101. Atanu Banerjee, Azam S. Tolla, Slavica Stjepanovic, Michael D. Sevilla, Justin L. Goodsell, Alexander Angerhofer, William W. Brennessel, Reza Loloee, and Ferman A. Chavez, Dalton Transactions, submitted 2018. Structural, Spectroscopic, Electrochemical, and Magnetic Correlations in Manganese(II) Triazamacrocyclic Complexes. 100. Christopher J. Corcoran, Christian C. Tang, Vasiliki Lykourinou, Andrew C. Terentis, Alexander Angerhofer, and Li-June Ming, Catalysis Communications 106 (2018) 87 – 91. To Be Structurally Well-Defined or Not to Be, That Is Not the Question for Iron(III)–Poly(4-Vinylpyridine-co-Acrylamide) to Exhibit Catechol Dioxygenase Activity! DOI: 10.1016/j.catcom.2017.11.006.


99. Le Wang, Yong Ye, Vasiliki Lykourinou, Junliang Yang, Alexander Angerhofer, Yufen Zhao, and Li-June Ming, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (2017) 4899 – 4908. Catalytic Cooperativity, Nuclearity, and O2/H2O2 Specificity of Multi-Copper(II) Complexes of Cyclen-Tethered Cyclotriphosphazene Ligands in Aqueous Media. DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201700811.


98. Umar T. Twahir, Andrew Ozarowski, and Alexander Angerhofer, Biochemistry 55 (2016) 6505 – 6516. REDOX Cycling, pH Dependence, and Ligand Effects of Mn(III) in Oxalate Decarboxylase from Bacillus subtilis. DOI: 10.1021/acs.biochem.6b00891.


97. Umar Twahir, Laura Molina,§ Andrew Ozarowski, and Alexander Angerhofer, Biochemistry and Biophysics Reports, 4 (2015) 98 – 103. Immobilization of Bacillus subtilis Oxalate Decarboxylase on a Zn-IMAC Resin. DOI: 10.1016/j.bbrep.2015.08.017. 96. Houman Yaghoubi, Thomas M. Casey, Umar T Twahir, Alexander Angerhofer, Gail E. Fanucci, Zhi Li, Rudy Schlaf, Arash Takshi, Materials Research Society Symposium – Proceedings, 1784 (2015) mrss15-2132596. Intragap States Induced Visible Light Absorption of TiO2 Nanoparticles: En Route to Solar Fuel Production. DOI: 10.1557/opl.2015.662. 95. R. Stalder, A. Mavrinskiy, Caroline Grand, Witcha Imaram, Alexander Angerhofer, Wojciech Pisula, Klaus Müllen, and John R. Reynolds, Polymer Chemistry 6 (2015) 1230 – 1235. Electrochromic and Liquid Crystalline Polycarbonates Based on Telechelic Oligothiophenes. DOI: 10.1039/c4py01551g. 94. Umar T. Twahir, Corey N. Stedwell, Cory T. Lee,§ Nigel G. J. Richards, Nicolas C. Polfer, and Alexander Angerhofer, Free Radicals in Biology and Medicine 80 (2015) 59 – 66. Observation of Superoxide Production During Catalysis of Bacillus subtilis Oxalate Decarboxylase at pH4. DOI: 10.1016/j.freeradbiomed.2014.12.012.


93. Laura M. Molina,§ Thomas J. Goodall,§ Umar T. Twahir, Ellen W. Moomaw, and Alexander Angerhofer, Journal of Biochemical Technology 5 (2014) 826 – 831. Kinetic Studies of Oxalate Decarboxylase and Oxalate Oxidase using a Luminescent Oxygen Sensor. 92. Cory Lee,§ Umar Twahir, Wen Zhu, and Alexander Angerhofer, University of Florida Journal of Undergraduate Research, Vol. 15, Issue 2, 8 pages. Mechanistic Studies of Oxalate Decarboxylase from Bacillus subtilis Utilizing Spin Trapping Techniques and Electron Paramagnetic Resonance. 91. Pablo Campomanes, Whitney F. Kellett, Andrew Ozarowski, Alexander Angerhofer, Ursula Röthlisberger, and Nigel G. J. Richards, Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (2014) 2313 – 2323. Assigning the EPR Fine Structure Parameters of the Mn(II) Centers in Bacillus subtilis Oxalate Decarboxylase by Site-Directed Mutagenesis and DFT/MM Calculations. DOI: 10.1021/ja408138f.


90. Sarah K. Goforth, Richard C. Walroth,§ Alexander Angerhofer, and Lisa McElwee-White, Inorganic Chemistry 52 (2013) 14116-14123. Heterobimetallic Complexes of Polypyridyl Ligands Containing Paramagnetic Centers: Synthesis and Characterization by IR and EPR. DOI: 10.1021/ic401952s. 89. Ellen W. Moomaw, Eric Hoffer,§ Patricia Moussatche, John C. Salerno,§ Morgan Grant,§ Bridget Immelman,§ Richard Uberto,§ Andrew Ozarowski, and Alexander Angerhofer, PLoS ONE 8 (2013) e57933. Kinetic and Spectroscopic Studies of Bicupin Oxalate Oxidase and Putative Active Site Mutants. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0057933.


88. Jens Anders, Alexander Angerhofer, and Giovanni Boero, Journal of Magnetic Resonance 217 (2012) 19-26. K-Band Single-Chip Electron Spin Resonance Detector. DOI: 10.1016/j.jmr.2012.02.003. PMID: 22405529. 87. Sivakumar Uthandi, Ian Mitchelle S. DeVera, Gail E. Fanucci, Alexander Angerhofer, and Julie A. Maupin-Furlow, Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology 39 (2012) 1523-1532. Archaeal Laccase LccA Produced in a Soluble and Active Form in Recombinant Escherichia coli. DOI 10.1007/s10295-012-1152-7 86. Benjamin T. Saylor, Laurie A. Reinhardt, Zhibing Lu, Mithila S. Shukla, Linda Nguyen,§ W. Wallace Cleland, Alexander Angerhofer, Karen N. Allen, and Nigel G. J. Richards, Biochemistry 51 (2012) 2911-2920. A Structural Element that Facilitates Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer in Oxalate Decarboxylase. Doi: 10.1021/bi300001q. PMID: 22404040.


85. Patricia Moussatche, Alexander Angerhofer, Witcha Imaram, Eric Hoffer,§ Kelsey Uberto,§ Christopher Brooks,§ Crystal Bruce,§ Daniel Sledge,§ Nigel G. J. Richards, and Ellen W. Moomaw, Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 509 (2011) 100–107. Characterization of Ceriporiopsis subvermispora Bicupin Oxalate Oxidase Expressed in Pichia pastoris. Doi: 10.1016/ PMID: 21376010. 84. W. Imaram, B. T. Saylor, C. P. Centonze,§ N. G. J. Richards, and A. Angerhofer, Free Radical Biology and Medicine 50 (2011) 1009-1015. EPR Spin Trapping of Oxalate-Derived Free Radical in the Oxalate Decarboxylase Reaction. DOI: 10.1016/j.freeradbiomed.2011.01.023. PMID: 21277974. 83. M. E. G. Moral, C. K. Tu, W. Imaram, A. Angerhofer, D. N. Silverman, and N. G. J. Richards, Chemical Communications 47 (2011) 3111-3113. Nitric Oxide is a Reversible Inhibitor of Oxalate Decarboxylase. DOI: 10.1039/c0cc04946h. PMID: 21264418. 82. L. Wang, Y. Ye, V. Lykourinou, A. Angerhofer, L-J. Ming, and Y. Zhao, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (2011) 674-682. Metal Complexes of a Multidentate Cyclophosphazene with Imidazole-Containing Side Chains for Hydrolyses of Phosphoesters – Bimolecular vs. Intramolecular Dinuclear Pathway. DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000668. 81. Yuri Y. Sautin, |Witcha Imaram, Kyung Mee Kim, Alexander Angerhofer, George Henderson, and Richard Johnson‡, in: “Studies on Renal Disorders,” eds.: Toshio Miyata, Kai-Uwe Eckardt, and Masaomi Nangaku, Series: Oxidative Stress in Applied Basic Research and Clinical Practice, pp. 143-159, Humana Press, 2011. ISBN: 978-1-60761-856-0. Uric Acid and Oxidative Stress. DOI: 10.1007/978-1-60761-857-7_8.


80. R. Caputo, F. Guzzetta, and A. Angerhofer, Inorganic Chemistry 49 (2010) 8756-8762. Room-temperature synthesis of nickel borides via decomposition of NaBH4 promoted by nickel bromide. PMID: 20828119 79. S. Stoll, A. Ozarowski, R. D. Britt, and A. Angerhofer, Journal of Magnetic Resonance 207 (2010) 158-163. Atomic Hydrogen as High-Precision Field Standard for High-Field EPR. PMID: 20813570. 78. A. Singh, V. Krishnan, A. Angerhofer, B. Do, G. McDonald, and B. Moudgil, Langmuir 26 (2010) 15837-15844. Copper Coated Silica Nanoparticles for Catalysis Applications. PMID: 20839856 77. W. Imaram, C. Gersch, K.-M. Kim, R. J. Johnson, G. N. Henderson, and A. Angerhofer, Free Radical Biology and Medicine, 49 (2010) 275-281. Radicals in the Reaction between Peroxynitrite and Uric Acid Identified by Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy and Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry. PMID: 20406679. 76. W. Imaram, R. J. Johnson, and A. Angerhofer, Applied Magnetic Resonance 37 (2010) 463-472. ESR Spin Trapping of the Reaction Between Urate and Peroxynitrite: The Hydrogen Adduct.


75. W. M. Tay, A. I. Hanafy, A. Angerhofer, and L.-J. Ming, Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters 19 (2009) 6709-6712. A plausible role of salivary copper in antimicrobial activity of histatin-5Metal binding and oxidative activity of its copper complex. PMID: 19846304. 74. O. Chen, J. Q. Zhang, F. Guzzetta, J. Lynch, A. Angerhofer, and Y. C. Cao, Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 (2009) 12542-12543. Synthesis of Water-Soluble 2,2′-Diphenyl-1-Picrylhydrazyl Nanoparticles: A New Standard for Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. PMID: 19673526. 73. E. W. Moomaw, A. Angerhofer, P. Moussatche, A. Ozarowski, I. García-Rubio, and N. G. J. Richards, Biochemistry 48 (2009) 6116-6125. The Metal-Dependence of Oxalate Decarboxylase Activity. PMID: 19473032. 72. V. Lykourinou, A. I. Hanafy, K. S. Bisht, A. Angerhofer, and L.-J. Ming, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (2009) 1199-1207. Iron(III) Complexes of Metal-Binding Copolymers as Proficient Catalysts for Acid Hydrolysis of Phosphodiesters and Oxidative DNA Cleavage—Insight into the Rational Design of Functional Metallopolymers. 71. G. F. Z. da Silva, V. Lykourinou, A. Angerhofer, and L. J. Ming, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1792 (2009) 49-55. Methionine does not reduce Cu(II)-β-amyloid. Rectification of the roles of methionine-35 and reducing agents in metal-centered oxidation chemistry of Cu(II)-β -amyloid. PMID: 19061952. 70. C. Gersch, S. P. Palii, W. Imaram, K. M. Kim, S. A. Karumanchi, A. Angerhofer, R. J. Johnson, and G. N. Henderson, Nucleosides, Nucleotides & Nucleic Acids 28 (2009) 118–149. Reactions of Peroxynitrite with Uric Acid: Formation of Reactive Intermediates, Alkylated Products, and Triuret, and in vivo Production of Triuret under Conditions of Oxidative Stress. PMID: 19219741. 69. Y. Yang, O. Chen, A. Angerhofer, and Y. C. Cao, Chemistry —A European Journal 15 (2009) 3186-3197. Radial-Position-Controlled Doping of CdS/ZnS Core/Shell Nanocrystals: Surface Effects and Position- Dependent Properties. PMID: 19206119. 68. P. M. Do, A. Angerhofer, I. Hrdy, L. Bardonova, L. O. Ingram, and K. T. Shanmugam, Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 153 (2009) 21-33. Engineering Escherichia coli for Fermentative Dihydrogen Production: Potential Role of NADH-Ferredoxin Oxidoreductase from the Hydrogenosome of Anaerobic Protozoa. PMID: 19172236. 67. K. M. Kim, G. N. Henderson, R. F. Frye, C. D. Galloway, N. J. Browne, M. S. Segal, W. Imaram, A. Angerhofer, and R. J. Johnson, Journal of Chromatography B877 (2009) 65-70. Simultaneous determination of uric acid metabolites allantoin, 6-aminouracil, and triuret in human urine using liquid chromatography mass spectrometry. PMID: 19081307.


66. W. R. Dolbier, Jr., V. Rodriguez-Garcia, K. Wu, A. Angerhofer, L. Hedhli, and M. Elsheikh, Journal of Fluorine Chemistry 129 (2008) 991–993. Novel fluoropolymers formed by an unprecedented SRN1 condensation polymerization mechanism. 65. Y. Yang, O. Chen, A. Angerhofer, and Y. C. Cao, Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (2008) 15649-15661. On Doping CdS/ZnS Core/shell Nanocrystals with Mn. PMID: 18950179. 64. C. B. Nielsen, A. Angerhofer, Kh. A. Abboud, and J. R. Reynolds, Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (2008) 9734-9746. Discrete Photopatternable π-Conjugated Oligomers for Electrochromic Devices. PMID: 18593166. 63. C. Gersch, S. P. Palii, K. M. Kim, A. Angerhofer, R. J. Johnson, and G. N. Henderson, Nucleosides, Nucleotides & Nucleic Acids 27 (2008) 967-978. Inactivation of Nitric Oxide by Uric Acid. PMID: 18696365. 62. R. J. Johnson, E. A. Gaucher, Y. Y. Sautin, G. N. Henderson, A. Angerhofer, and S. A. Benner, Medical Hypotheses 71 (2008) 22-31. The planetary biology of ascorbate and uric acid and their relationship with the epidemic of obesity and cardiovascular disease. PMID: 18331782. 61. V. Lykourinou, A. I. Hanafy, G. F. Z. da Silva, K. S. Bisht, R. W. Larsen, B. T. Livingston, A. Angerhofer, and L-J. Ming, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (2008) 2584-2592. How Well Should the Active Site and the Specific Recognition Be Defined for Proficient Catalysis? Effective and Cooperative Polyphenol/Catechol Oxidation and Oxidative DNA Cleavage by a Copper(II)-Binding and H-Bonding Copolymer. 60. M. DiValentin, C. S. Ceola, G. Agostini, G. M. Giacometti, A. Angerhofer, O. Crescenzi, V. Barone, and D. Carbonera, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1777 (2008) 295-307. Pulse ENDOR and density functional theory on the peridinin triplet state involved in the photo-protective mechanism in the peridinin-chlorophyll a-protein from Amphidinium carterae. PMID: 18243124. 59. T. Dubroca, R. E. Hummel, and A. Angerhofer, Applied Physics Letters 93 (2008) #036102. Response to “Comment on ‘Quasiferromagnetism in Semiconductors’”[Appl. Phys. Lett. 93, 036101 (2008)]. DOI: 10.1063/1.2959725. 58. V. Krishna, D. Yanes, W. Imaram, A. Angerhofer, B. Koopman, and B. Moudgil, Applied Catalysis B―Environmental 79 (2008) 376-381. Mechanism of enhanced photocatalysis with polyhydroxy fullerenes.


57. A. Angerhofer, E. W. Moomaw, I. García-Rubio, A. Ozarowski, J. Krzystek, R. T. Weber, and N. G. J. Richards, Journal of Physical Chemistry B111 (2007) 5043-5046. Multifrequency EPR Studies on the Mn(II) Centers of Oxalate Decarboxylase. PMID: 17444678. 56. I. García-Rubio, A. Angerhofer, and A. Schweiger, Journal of Magnetic Resonance 184 (2007) 130-142. EPR and HYSCORE investigation of the electronic structure of the model complex Mn(Imidazole)6: Exploring Mn(II)-Imidazole binding using single crystals. PMID: 17055309.


55. Y. Yang, O. Chen, A. Angerhofer, and Y. C. Cao, Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (2006) 12428-12429. Radial-Position-Controlled Doping in CdS/ZnS Core/Shell Nanocrystals. PMID: 16984188. 54. T. Dubroca, J. Hack, R. E. Hummel, and A. Angerhofer, Applied Physics Letters 88 (2006) #182504. Quasiferromagnetism in semiconductors. 53. Y. Kakitani, R. Fujii, Y. Koyama, H. Nagae, L.Walker, B. Salter, and A. Angerhofer, Biochemistry 45 (2006) 2053-2062. Triplet-State Conformational Changes in 15-cis -Spheroidene Bound to the Reaction Center from Rhodobacter sphaeroides 2.4.1 as Revealed by Time-Resolved EPR Spectroscopy: Strengthened Hypothetical Mechanism of Triplet-Energy Dissipation. PMID: 16475794.



52. C. H. Chang, D. Svedružić, A. Ozarowski, L. Walker, G. Yeagle, R. D. Britt, A. Angerhofer, and N. G. J. Richards, Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (2004) 52840-52849. EPR spectroscopic characterization of the manganese center and a free radical in the oxalate decarboxylase reaction.–Identification of a tyrosyl radical during turnover. PMID: 15475346. 51. L.-C. Brunel, J. van Tol, A. Angerhofer, S. Hill, J. Krzystek, and A.-L. Maniero‡ in: “Biological Magnetic Resonance,” Vol. 22, 465–538, eds.: O. Y. Grinberg and L. J. Berliner, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publisheres, Dordrecht 2004. Developments in Multi-Frequency High Field EMR.


50. P. J. Bratt, P. Heathcote, A. Hassan, J. van Tol, L.-C. Brunel, J. Schrier,§ and A. Angerhofer, Chemical Physics 294 (2003) 277-284. EPR at 24 T of the primary donor radical cation from Blastochloris viridis. 49. S. Zvyagin, B. C. Watson, J. H. Park, D. A. Jensen, A. Angerhofer, L.-C. Brunel, D. R. Talham, and M. W. Meisel, Physica B–Condensed Matter 329 (2003) 1211-1212. ESR study of (C5H12N)2CuBr4.


48. S. Zvyagin, G. Cao, Y. Xin, S. McCall, T. Caldwell, W. Moulton, L.-C. Brunel, A. Angerhofer, and J. E. Crow, Physical Reviews B66 (2002) #064424. Dimer liquid state in the quantum antiferromagnet compound LiCu2O2. 47. S. Zvyagin, A. Angerhofer, K. V. Kamenev, L.-C. Brunel, G. Balakrishnan, and D. M. Paul, Solid State Communications 121 (2002) 117-121. Microwave properties of Nd0.5Sr0.5MnO3: a key role of the (x2-y2)-orbital effects.


46. M. M. Triebel, A. I. Shushin, G. E. Zoriniants, A. N. Chaban, E. L. Frankevich, A. Angerhofer, and J. U. von Schütz, Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals 361 (2001) 13-18. Anisotropic temperature dependency of the annihilation rate of triplet excitons in dibromo-anthracene pyromellic dianhydride. 45. J. Krzystek, J. Telser, M. J. Knapp, D. N. Hendrickson, G. Aromi, G. Christou, A. Angerhofer, and L.-C. Brunel, Applied Magnetic Resonance 21 (2001) 571-585. High-frequency and -field electron paramagnetic resonance of high-spin manganese(III) in axially symmetric coordination complexes. 44. J. van Tol, L.-C. Brunel, and A. Angerhofer, Applied Magnetic Resonance 21 (2001) 335-340. Transient EPR at 240 GHz of the excited triplet state of free-base tetra-phenyl porphyrin.


43. P. J. Bratt, O. G. Poluektov, M. C. Thurnauer, J. Krzystek, L.-C. Brunel, J. Schrier,§ Y.-W. Hsiao, M. Zerner, and A. Angerhofer, Journal of Physical Chemistry 104 (2000) 6973-6977. The g-factor anisotropy of plant chlorophyll a•+.


42. P. J. Bratt, E. Ringus,§ A. Hassan, H. van Tol, A.-L. Maniero, L.-C. Brunel, M. Rohrer, C. Bubenzer-Hange, H. Scheer, and A. Angerhofer, Journal of Physical Chemistry 103 (1999) 10973-10977. EPR on Biological Samples Beyond the Limits of Superconducting Magnet – the Primary Donor Radical Cation of Purple Bacterial Photosynthesis. 41. A. R. Katritzky, H.-Y. He, G. Qiu, P. J. Bratt, S. H. Parrish, Jr., and A. Angerhofer, Organic Letters 1 (1999) 1755-1757. EPR Studies on the SmI2-Promoted Coupling of N-(N’,N’-Dialkylaminoalkyl)benzotriazoles. 40. D. Carbonera, G. Giacometti, U. Segre, A. Angerhofer, and U. Groß, Journal of Physical Chemistry 103 (1999) 6357-6362. Model for Triplet-Triplet Energy Transfer in Natural Clusters of Peridinin Molecules Contained in Dinoflagellate’s Outer Antenna Proteins. 39. J. A. Irvin, F. Piroux, M. C. Morvant, V. L. Robertshaw, A. Angerhofer, and J. R. Reynolds, Synthetic Metals 102 (1999) 965-966. Low oxidation potential conducting polymers based on 1,4-bis[2-(3,4-ethylenedioxy)thienyl]-2,5-dialkoxybenzenes.


38. A. Angerhofer, F. Bornhäuser,§ V. Aust, G. Hartwich, and H. Scheer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1365 (1998) 404–420. Triplet Energy Transfer in Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centres. PMID: 9757082. 37. A. Angerhofer, and E. R. Haufler,§ Spectrochimica Acta A54 (1998) 1157–1165. Absorption Detected Magnetic Resonance of Bacteriochlorophyll a and Related Molecules in Low External Magnetic Fields. 36. Y. Hsieh, Y. Guan, C. Tu, P. J. Bratt, A. Angerhofer, J. R. Lepock, M. J. Hickey, J. A. Tainer, H. S. Nick, and D. N. Silverman, Biochemistry 37 (1998) 4731–4739. Probing the Active Site of Human Manganese Superoxide Dismutase: the Role of Glutamine 143. PMID: 9537988. 35. D. Siefermann–Harms, and A. Angerhofer, Photosynthesis Research 55 (1998) 83–94. Evidence for an O2–Barrier in the Light–Harvesting Chlorophyll–a/b–Protein Complex LHCII.


34. P. J. Bratt, M. Rohrer, J. Krzystek, M. C. W. Evans, L.–C. Brunel, and A. Angerhofer, Journal of Physical Chemistry 101B (1997) 9686–9689. Submillimeter High–Field EPR Studies of the Primary Donor in Plant Photosystem I P700•+.


33. A. Angerhofer, and R. Bittl, Photochemistry and Photobiology 63 (1996) 11–38. Radicals and radical pairs in photosynthesis.


32. G. Hartwich, H. Scheer, V. Aust, and A. Angerhofer, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1230 (1995) 97–113. Absorption and Absorption Detected Magnetic Resonance Studies on Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Centers with Modified Pigments. 31. A. Angerhofer, F. Bornhäuser,§ A. Gall, and R. J. Cogdell, Chemical Physics 194 (1995) 259–274. Optical and Optically Detected Magnetic Resonance Investigation on Purple Photosynthetic Bacterial Antenna Complexes. 30. K. Laukenmann, S. Weber, G. Kothe, C. Oesterle,§ A. Angerhofer, M. R. Wasielewski, W. A. Svec, and J. R. Norris, Journal of Physical Chemistry 99 (1995) 4324–4329. Quantum Beats of the Radical Pair State in Photosynthetic Models Observed by Transient Electron Paramagnetic Resonance.


29. V. V. Yurkov, N. Gad’on, A. Angerhofer, and G. Drews, Zeitschrift f ür Naturforschung 49c (1994) 579–586. Light–harvesting complexes of aerobic bacteriochlorophyll–containing bacteria Roseococcus thiosulfatophilus RB3, and Erythromicrobium ramosum E5, and the transfer of excitation energy from carotenoids to bacteriochlorophyll. 28. A. Angerhofer, G. Friso, G. M. Giacometti, D. Carbonera, and G. Giacometti, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1188 (1994) 35–45. Optically Detected Magnetic Resonance Study of the Origin of the Pheophytin Triplet State in D1/D2–cytb559 Complexes. 27. A. Angerhofer, Praxis der Naturwissenschaft–Chemie 43 (1994) 2–13. Die Primärprozesse der Photosynthese—Aktuelle Fragestellungen und Experimente. 26. J. W. Greis, A. Angerhofer, J. R. Norris, H. Scheer, A. Struck, and J. U. von Schütz, Journal of Chemical Physics 100 (1994) 4820–4827. Spectral diffusion and 14N quadrupole splittings in ADMR hole burning spectra of photosynthetic reaction centers. 25. A. Angerhofer, J. U. von Schütz, D.Widmann, W. H. Müller, H. U. ter Meer, and H. Sixl, Chemical Physics Letters 217 (1994) 403–408. The Triplet State of C60 Studied by Zero-Field Absorption Detected Magnetic Resonance.


24. A. Angerhofer, D. Bernlochner, and B. Robert, Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie 182 (1993) 167–180. Absorption Detected Magnetic Resonance of D1/D2-Complexes from Pisum sativum. 23. G. G. Lazarev, V. L. Kuskov, K. Laukenmann, and A. Angerhofer, Chemical Physics Letters 215 (1993) 375–382. Spin dynamics of neutral radical pairs in single crystals of di–tert–butyl–pyrocatechol doped with tetrakis(t–butyl)–phenoxazin. 22. A. Angerhofer, H. Falk, J. Meyer, G. Schoppel, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology, 20 (1993) 133–137. The lowest excited triplet states of hypericin and isohypericin. PMID: 8271114. 21. A. Angerhofer, and V. Aust, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 20 (1993) 127–132. A monomeric bacteriochlorophyll triplet state (3B) in reaction centers of Rhodobacter sphaeroides R26, detected by ADMR. 20. M. Triebel, S. Batalov, E. Frankevich, A. Angerhofer, J. Frick, J. U. von Schütz, and H. C.Wolf, Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie 180 (1993) 209–221. Magnetic Field Effects on the Photoconductivity of all–trans–Carotene Single Crystals.


19. D. Carbonera, G. Giacometti, G. Agostini, A. Angerhofer, and V. Aust, Chemical Physics Letters 194 (1992) 275–281. ODMR of Carotenoid and Chlorophyll Triplets in CP43 and CP47 Complexes of Spinach.


18. A. Angerhofer, M. R. Wasielewski, G. L. Gaines III, M. P. O’Neil, W. A. Svec, and M. P. Niemczyk, Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie 172 (1991) 17–30. Fourier-Transform EPR on Model Systems of the Primary Charge Separation in Photosynthesis. 17. K. Gaier,§ A. Angerhofer, and H. C. Wolf, Chemical Physics Letters 187 (1991) 103–109. The lowest excited electronic singlet states of all-trans–carotene single crystals. 16. A. Angerhofer, R. Speer,§ J. Ullrich, J. U. von Schütz, and H. C. Wolf, Applied Magnetic Resonance 2 (1991) 203–216. Time Resolved ADMR Applied to the Triplet State of the Primary Donor of Bacterial Reaction Centers. 15. V. Aust, A. Angerhofer, J. Ullrich, J. U. von Schütz, H. C.Wolf, and R. J. Cogdell, Chemical Physics Letters 181 (1991) 213–221. ADMR of carotenoid triplet states in bacterial photosynthetic antenna and reaction center complexes.


14. J. Ullrich, A. Angerhofer, J. U. von Schütz, and H. C. Wolf, Trends in Photochemistry & Photobiology 1 (1990) 243–258. Zero field absorption detected magnetic resonance of the photosynthetic reaction center in Rhodopseudomonas viridis and Rhodobacter sphaeroides R26 at temperatures between 4.2 and 240 K. 13. V. Aust, A. Angerhofer, P. H. Parot, C. A. Violette, and H. A. Frank, Chemical Physics Letters 173 (1990) 439–442. Temperature-dependent ADMR on borohydride-treated reaction centers of Rhodobacter sphaeroides R26. 12. T. J. DiMagno, E. J. Bylina, A. Angerhofer, D. C. Youvan, and J. R. Norris, Biochemistry 29 (1990) 899–907. Stark Effect in Wild-Type and Heterodimer-Containing Reaction Centers from Rhodobacter capsulatus. PMID: 2187533.



11. A. Angerhofer, R. J. Massoth, and M. K. Bowman, Israel Journal of Chemistry 28 (1988) 227–238. Fourier Transform EPR Measurement of Homogeneous Electron Transfer Rates. 10. M. K. Bowman, M. Toporowicz, J. R. Norris, T. J. Michalski, A. Angerhofer, and H. Levanon, Israel Journal of Chemistry 28 (1988) 215–222. Fourier Transform-EPR Spectroscopy of Electron Transfer from Excited State of Chlorophyll and Porphyrin to Duroquinone. 9. A. Angerhofer, M. Toporowicz, M. K. Bowman, J. R. Norris, and H. Levanon, Journal of Physical Chemistry 92 (1988) 7164–7166. Effect of Triplet Spin Dynamics Memory in Electron–Transfer Reactions. Fourier Transform–Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. 8. A. Angerhofer, J. U. von Schütz, and H. C. Wolf, Chemical Physics Letters 151 (1988) 195–198. Fluorescence-Detected Magnetic Resonance of Bacteriochlorophyll in Organic Solution. 7. H. Scheer, D. Beese, R. Steiner, and A. Angerhofer† in: “The Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction Center – Structure and Dynamics,” eds.: J. Breton and A. Vermeglio, NATO ASI Series A: Life Sciences, Vol. 149, pp. 101–111, Plenum Press, New York 1988. Reaction Centers of Purple Bacteria with Modified Chromophores. 6. D. Beese, R. Steiner, H. Scheer, A. Angerhofer, B. Robert, and M. Lutz, Photochemistry and Photobiology 47 (1988) 293–304. Chemically Modified Photosynthetic Bacterial Reaction Centers: Circular Dichroism, Raman Resonance, Low Temperature Absorption, Fluorescence and ODMR Spectra, and Polypeptide Composition of Borohydride Treated Reaction Centers from Rhodobacter sphaeroides R26.


5. J. Ullrich, A. Angerhofer, J. U. von Schütz, and H. C. Wolf, Chemical Physics Letters 140 (1987) 416–420. Zero-Field Absorption ODMR of Reaction Centers of Rhodobacter sphaeroides at Temperatures Between 4.2 and 75 K.


4. R. Steiner, A. Angerhofer, and H. Scheer, Zeitschrift für Naturforschung 41c (1986) 571–578. The Photosynthetic Apparatus of Ectothiorhodospira halochloris. 2. Accessibility of the Membrane Polypeptides to Partial Proteolysis and Antenna Polypeptide Assignments to Specific Chromophores. 3. A. Angerhofer, R. J. Cogdell, and M. F. Hipkins, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 848 (1986) 333–341. A spectral characterisation of the light–harvesting pigment–protein complexes from Rhodopseudomonas acidophila.


2. A. Angerhofer, J. U. von Schütz, and H. C. Wolf, Zeitschrift f ür Naturforschung 40c (1985) 379–387. Fluorescence–ODMR of Light Harvesting Pigments of Photosynthetic Bacteria.


1. A. Angerhofer, J. U. von Schütz, and H. C. Wolf, Zeitschrift für Naturforschung 39c (1984) 1085–1090. Fluorescence–ODMR of Reaction Centers of Rhodopseudomonas viridis .