The use of heteroprotein assemblies for providing a bionanocup to construct catalysts, sensors, and materials with novel properties, is discussed. It is used as a catalytic reaction space that consists of a heteroprotein assembly, which is a trimer of gene product 27 and gene product 5, isolated from bacteriophase T4. The bionanocup can be used for the accommodation of metal-porphyrin complexes by covalent linkage with cysteinyl thiols and its activity as an oxidation catalyst. Inductively coupled plasma (ICP) atomic-emission measurement and biocinchonianate (BCA) assay were used to observe the number of atoms in the reactor. The electron density map of derivatives shows a clear density between the male-amide moiety of FePP-MI and N7C. The proportions of Fe atoms to protein in the bionanocup were determined using the Vista-PRO (VARIAN) and bicinchonianate (BCA) methods.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Materials Science(all)