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Barbeau K, Zhang G, Live DH, Butler A.  2002.  Petrobactin, a photoreactive siderophore produced by the oil-degrading marine bacterium Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus.. J Am Chem Soc. 124(3):378-9.
Barbeau K., Rue E.L., Trick C.G., Bruland K.W., Butler A.  2003.  Photochemical reactivity of siderophores produced by marine heterotrophic bacteria and cyanobacteria based on characteristic Fe(III) binding groups. Limnol. Oceanogr. 48:1069-1078.
Barbeau K, Rue EL, Bruland KW, Butler A.  2001.  Photochemical cycling of iron in the surface ocean mediated by microbial iron(III)-binding ligands.. Nature. 413(6854):409-13.
Bergeron R.J., Huang G., Smith R.E., Bharti N., McManis J.S., Butler A.  2003.  Total synthesis and structure revision of petrobactin. Tetrahedron. 59:2007-2014.
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.
Butler A.  1997.  Vanadium-Dependent Redox Enzymes: Vanadium Haloperoxidase. Comprehensive Biological Catalysis (ed. M. Sinnott) British Academic Press. :427-437.
Butler A.  2004.  Vanadium. Chemical & Engineering News. 81:72.
Butler A.  1999.  Mechanistic Considerations of the Vanadium Haloperoxidases. Coordination Chemistry Reviews. 187:17-35.
Butler A, Walker JV.  1993.  Marine Haloperoxidases. Chem. Rev. 93:1937-1944.
Butler A.  2007.  Siderophores. Biological Inorganic Chemistry: Structure and Reactivity (Metal Transport and Storage Proteins section) (eds. I. Bertini, H.B. Gray, E.I. Stiefel, J.S. Valentine) University Science Books. 2007 pp 151-156 (Chapter VIII.3).
Butler A.  1998.  Acquisition and utilization of transition metal ions by marine organisms.. Science. 281(5374):207-10.
Butler A, Theisen RM.  2010.  Iron(III)-siderophore coordination chemistry: Reactivity of marine siderophores.. Coord Chem Rev. 254(3-4):288-296.
Butler A.  1990.  Coordination and Redox Chemistry of Vanadium in Aqueous Solution. Vanadium in Biological Systems, ed. ND Chasteen, Kluwer Academic Publishers. :25-50.
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, de la Rosa RI, Zhou Q, Jhanji A, Carrana CJ.  1992.  Vanadium(V) Complexes of N,N',N"-Tris(2,3 dihydroxybenzoyl)-1,5,10 triazadecane and Its Analogs. Inorg. Chem. 31:5072-5077.
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, Baldwin AH.  1997.  Vanadium Bromoperoxidase and Functional Mimics. Structure and Bonding: Metal Sites in Proteins and Models, eds P Sadler, HAO Hill, A Thompson. 89:109-131.
Butler A, Everett RR, Batch DI.  1987.  Probing the Substrate Specificity of Vanadium-Containing Bromoperoxidases. Recueil. 106:407.
Butler A, Martin JD.  2005.  The marine biogeochemistry of iron.. Met Ions Biol Syst. 44:21-46.
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., 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.
Butler A, Clague MJ, Meister GE.  1994.  Vanadium Peroxide Complexes. Chem. Rev. 94:625-638.
Butler A, Sandy M.  2009.  Mechanistic considerations of halogenating enzymes.. Nature. 460(7257):848-54.
Butler A, Parsons SM, Yamagata SK, de la Rosa RI.  1989.  Reactivation of Vanadate-Inhibited Enzymes with Desferrioxamine B, a Vanadium(V) Chelator. Inorg. Chim. Acta. 163:1-3.
Butler A.  2003.  Iron acquisition: straight up and on the rocks? Nat Struct Biol. 10(4):240-1.

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