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Constructing a man-made c-type cytochrome maquette in vivo: electron transfer, oxygen transport and conversion to a photoactive light harvesting maquette

J. L. Ross Anderson, Craig T. Armstrong, Goutham Kodali, Bruce R. Lichtenstein, Daniel W. Watkins, Joshua A. Mancini, Aimee L. Boyle, Tammer A. Farid, Matthew P. Crump, Christopher C. Moser and P. Leslie Dutton

Chem. Sci., 2014, 5, 507–514 (DOI: 10.1039/C3SC52019F). Amendment published 6th January 2014.

An error was made in the Acknowledgements section of the article. It should read as follows:

This work was supported at the University of Bristol by the BBSRC (grant no.: BBI014063/1), the Royal Society, through a University Research Fellowship to JLRA. Research on the development of genes, molecular biology supplies for cloning and mutagenesis, protein and heme C expression and purification from E. coli, and the work on the biophysical and spectroscopic characterization of the heme C maquette as an oxygen transporter was supported at the University of Pennsylvania by the US National Institutes of Health, General Medical Institutes [RO1 GM 41048]. Research on converting the C-heme maquette into a light-active metal free, Zn-porphyrin maquettes and their fluorescence characterization was supported by the US Department of Energy Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Energy Frontier Research Center (PARC) (DE-SC 0001035) to P.L.D. and C.C.M.). Heme B binding to Zn-porphyrin maquette experiments and its fluorescence characterization is supported by the US Department of Energy, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Division of Materials Sciences and Engineering [DE-FG02-05ER46223 to P.L.D.]. The Authors wish to thank Prof. Dek Woolfson (Bristol) for kindly providing access to his equipment, Prof. Stuart Ferguson (Oxford) for his kind gift of the pEC864 vector and E. coli strain EC65, and Prof. Graeme Reid (Edinburgh) for his kind gift of the pEC86 vector.

The Royal Society of Chemistry apologises for these errors and any consequent inconvenience to authors and readers.

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