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Butler A, Martin JD.  2005.  The marine biogeochemistry of iron.. Met Ions Biol Syst. 44:21-46.
Butler A, Walker JV.  1993.  Marine Haloperoxidases. Chem. Rev. 93:1937-1944.
Butler A.  2005.  Marine siderophores and microbial iron mobilization.. Biometals. 18(4):369-74.
Clague MJ, Butler A.  1995.  On the Mechanism of cis-Dioxovanadium(V) Catalyzed Oxidation of Bromide by Hydrogen Peroxide: Evidence for a Reactive Binuclear Vanadium(V)-Peroxo Species. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 117:3475-3484.
Everett RR, Soedjak HS, Butler A.  1990.  Mechanism of Dioxygen Formation Catalyzed by Vanadium Bromoperoxidase: Steady State Kinetic Analysis and Comparison to the Mechanism of Bromination. J. Biol. Chem. 265:15671-15679.
Soedjak HS, Butler A.  1991.  Mechanism of Dioxygen Formation Catalyzed by Vanadium-Bromoperoxidase from Macrocystis pyrifera and Fucus distichus: Steady State Kinetic Analysis and Comparison to the Mechanism of V-BrPO from Ascophyllum nodosum. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1079:1-7.
Butler A, Sandy M.  2009.  Mechanistic considerations of halogenating enzymes.. Nature. 460(7257):848-54.
Butler A.  1999.  Mechanistic Considerations of the Vanadium Haloperoxidases. Coordination Chemistry Reviews. 187:17-35.
Everett RR, Kanofsky JR, Butler A.  1990.  Mechanistic Investigations of the Novel Non Heme Vanadium Bromoperoxidases: Evidence for Singlet Oxygen Production. J. Biol. Chem. 265:4908-4914.
Xu G, Martinez JS, Groves JT, Butler A.  2002.  Membrane affinity of the amphiphilic marinobactin siderophores.. J Am Chem Soc. 124(45):13408-15.
Han Y-J., Stucky G.D., Butler A.  1999.  Mesoporous Silicate Sequestration and Release of Proteins. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 121:9897-9898.
Owen T, Pynn R, Hammouda B, Butler A.  2007.  Metal-dependent self-assembly of a microbial surfactant.. Langmuir. 23(18):9393-400.
Owen T, Butler A.  2011.  Metallosurfactants of bioinorganic interest: Coordination-induced self assembly.. Coord Chem Rev. 225(7-8):678-687.
Owen T, Pynn R, Martinez JS, Butler A.  2005.  Micelle-to-vesicle transition of an iron-chelating microbial surfactant, marinobactin E.. Langmuir. 21(26):12109-14.
Sandy M, Butler A.  2009.  Microbial iron acquisition: marine and terrestrial siderophores.. Chem Rev. 109(10):4580-95.
Springer SD, Butler A.  2016.  Microbial Ligand Coordination: Consideration of Biological Significance. Coordination Chemistry Reviews. 306:628-632.
Gauglitz JM, Iinishi A, Ito Y, Butler A.  2014.  Microbial tailoring of acyl peptidic siderophores.. Biochemistry. 53(16):2624-31.
Butler A, Jelowicki AM, Ogasawara HA, Reitz ZL, Stow PR, Thomsen E.  2022.  Mining elements of siderophore chirality encoded in microbial genomes.. FEBS Lett.
Kimblin C, Bu X, Butler A.  2002.  Modeling the catalytic site of vanadium bromoperoxidase: synthesis and structural characterization of intramolecularly H-bonded vanadium(V) oxoperoxo complexes, [VO(O(2))((NH)2pyg(2))]K and [VO(O(2))((BrNH)2pyg(2))]K.. Inorg Chem. 41(2):161-3.
Kimblin C, Bu X, Butler A.  2002.  Modeling the catalytic site of vanadium bromoperoxidase: synthesis and structural characterization of intramolecularly H-bonded vanadium(V) oxoperoxo complexes, [VO(O(2))((NH)2pyg(2))]K and [VO(O(2))((BrNH)2pyg(2))]K.. Inorg Chem. 41(2):161-3.
Clague MJ, Butler A.  1995.  Modeling Vanadium Bromoperoxidase: Oxidation of Halides by Peroxo-Vanadium(V) Complexes. Adv. Chem. Ser. 246:329-349.
Meister GE, Butler A.  1994.  Molybdenum(VI)- and Tungsten(VI)-Mediated Biomimetic Chemistry of Vanadium Bromoperoxidase. Inorg. Chem. 33:3269-3275.
Burgess JR, de la Rosa RI, Jacobs RS, Butler A.  1991.  A New Eicosapentaenoic Acid from Arachidonic Acid in the Coralline Marine Alga Bossiella orbigniana. Lipids. 26:162-165.
Burgess JR, de la Rosa RI, Jacobs RS, Butler A.  1991.  A New Eicosapentaenoic Acid from Arachidonic Acid in the Coralline Marine Alga Bossiella orbigniana. Lipids. 26:162-165.
Soedjak HS, Everett RR, Butler A.  1991.  The Novel Non Heme Vanadium Bromoperoxidases from Marine Algae: Phosphate Inactivation. J. Ind. Microbiol. 8:37-44.

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