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Ramanaiah, S. V., C. M. Cordas, S. Matias, and L. P. Fonseca. "In situ electrochemical characterization of a microbial fuel cell biocathode running on wastewater." Catalysts. 11.7 (2021). AbstractWebsite
Rebocho, S., C. M. Cordas, R. Viveiros, and T. Casimiro. "Development of a ferrocenyl-based MIP in supercritical carbon dioxide: Towards an electrochemical sensor for bisphenol A." Journal of Supercritical Fluids. 135 (2018): 98-104. AbstractWebsite
Rosa, V., A. P. S. Gaspari, F. Folgosa, C. M. Cordas, P. Tavares, T. Santos-Silva, S. Barroso, and T. Avilés. "Imine ligands based on ferrocene: Synthesis, structural and Mössbauer characterization and evaluation as chromogenic and electrochemical sensors for Hg2+." New Journal of Chemistry. 42.5 (2018): 3334-3343. AbstractWebsite
Samhan-Arias, A. K., R. M. Almeida, S. Ramos, C. M. Cordas, I. Moura, C. Gutierrez-Merino, and JJG Moura. "Topography of human cytochrome b5/cytochrome b5 reductase interacting domain and redox alterations upon complex formation." Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Bioenergetics. 1859.2 (2018): 78-87. AbstractWebsite
Ramos, S., R. M. Almeida, C. M. Cordas, JJG Moura, S. R. Pauleta, and I. Moura. "Insights into the recognition and electron transfer steps in nitric oxide reductase from Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus." Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry. 177 (2017): 402-411. AbstractWebsite
Cordas, C. M., P. Raleiras, F. Auchere, I. Moura, and JJG Moura. "Comparative electrochemical study of superoxide reductases." European Biophysics Journal with Biophysics Letters. 41.2 (2012): 209-215. AbstractWebsite

Superoxide reductases are involved in relevant biological electron transfer reactions related to protection against oxidative stress caused by reactive oxygen species. The electrochemical features of metalloproteins belonging to the three different classes of enzymes were studied by potentio-dynamic techniques (cyclic and square wave voltammetry): desulfoferrodoxin from Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough, class I superoxide reductases and neelaredoxin from Desulfovibrio gigas and Treponema pallidum, namely class II and III superoxide reductases, respectively. In addition, a small protein, designated desulforedoxin from D. gigas, which has high homology with the N-terminal domain of class I superoxide reductases, was also investigated. A comparison of the redox potentials and redox behavior of all the proteins is presented, and the results show that SOR center II is thermodynamically more stable than similar centers in different proteins, which may be related to an intramolecular electron transfer function.

Auchere, F., R. Sikkink, C. Cordas, P. Raleiras, P. Tavares, I. Moura, and JJG Moura. "Overexpression and purification of Treponema pallidum rubredoxin; kinetic evidence for a superoxide-mediated electron transfer with the superoxide reductase neelaredoxin." Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry. 9.7 (2004): 839-849. Abstract