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Butler A.  2004.  Vanadium. Chemical & Engineering News. 81:72.
Butler A., Carter J.N., Simpson M.T.  2001.  Vanadium in Proteins and Enzymes. Handbook on Metalloproteins, Bertini, I., Sigel, A., Sigel, H., Eds.; Marcel Dekker: New York, 2001.
Butler A., Tschirret-Guth R.A., Simpson M.T.  1998.  Reactivity of Vanadium Bromoperoxidase. Vanadium Compounds: Chemistry, Biochemistry and Therapeutic Applications, Tracey, A.S., Crans, D.C., Eds.; ACS Symposium Series 711; American Chemical Society, 1998; Chapter 15, 202-215.
Butler A.  1999.  Vanadium Bromoperoxidases. Bioinorganic Catalysis,Second Edition, Bouwman, E., Reedjik, J., Eds.; Marcel Dekker: U.S., 1999; Chapter 5, 55-80.
Butler A, Theisen RM.  2010.  Iron(III)-siderophore coordination chemistry: Reactivity of marine siderophores.. Coord Chem Rev. 254(3-4):288-296.
Butler A., Albin M.S., Gray H.B.  1985.  Long-Range Electron Transfer Studies in Ruthenium Pentaamine Labeled Derivatives Liver Alcohol Dehydrogenase. Revista Portuguesa de Quimica. 27:228.
Butler A.  2005.  Marine siderophores and microbial iron mobilization.. Biometals. 18(4):369-74.
Butler A, Martin JD.  2005.  The marine biogeochemistry of iron.. Met Ions Biol Syst. 44:21-46.
Butler A, Carter-Franklin JN.  2004.  The role of vanadium bromoperoxidase in the biosynthesis of halogenated marine natural products.. Nat Prod Rep. 21(1):180-8.
Butler A.  2003.  Iron acquisition: straight up and on the rocks? Nat Struct Biol. 10(4):240-1.
Butler A.  1998.  Acquisition and utilization of transition metal ions by marine organisms.. Science. 281(5374):207-10.
Butler A., Linck R.G.  1984.  Equilibrium and Kinetic Studies of Substitution of FeTIM(X)(Y)2+ in Aqueous Solution. Inorg. Chem. 23:2227-2231.
Butler A., Linck R.G.  1984.  Flash Photolysis of FeTIM(X)(CO)2+ Complexes in Aqueous-Acetonitrile Solution: Study of Trans Effects and the Kinetics and Mechanism of Substitution. Inorg. Chem. 23:4545-4549.