Nicole Sukdeo
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Distinct classes of glyoxalase I: metal specificity of the Yersinia pestis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Neisseria meningitidis enzymes
N Sukdeo, SL Clugston, E Daub, JF Honek
Biochemical Journal 384 (1), 111-117, 2004
Pseudomonas aeruginosa contains multiple glyoxalase I-encoding genes from both metal activation classes
N Sukdeo, JF Honek
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Proteins and Proteomics 1774 (6), 756-763, 2007
Escherichia coli glyoxalase II is a binuclear zinc-dependent metalloenzyme
J O’Young, N Sukdeo, JF Honek
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 459 (1), 20-26, 2007
Application of crossover-PCR-mediated deletion-insertion mutagenesis to analysis of the bdhA-xdhA2-xdhB2 mixed-function operon of Sinorhizobium meliloti
N Sukdeo, TC Charles
Archives of microbiology 179, 301-304, 2003
Letter to the Editor: Keeping the microbiology lab alive: essential microbiology lab skill development in the wake of COVID-19
TC Noel, JE Rubin, YA Guerrero, MC Davis, H Dietz, J Libertucci, ...
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 66 (10), 603-604, 2020
Microbial glyoxalase enzymes: metalloenzymes controlling cellular levels of methylglyoxal
N Sukdeo, JF Honek
Drug metabolism and drug interactions 23 (1-2), 29-50, 2008
15N−1H HSQC NMR Evidence for Distinct Specificity of Two Active Sites in Escherichia coli Glyoxalase I
Z Su, N Sukdeo, JF Honek
Biochemistry 47 (50), 13232-13241, 2008
Modulating glyoxalase I metal selectivity by deletional mutagenesis: underlying structural factors contributing to nickel activation profiles
U Suttisansanee, Y Ran, KY Mullings, N Sukdeo, JF Honek
Metallomics 7 (4), 605-612, 2015
Ni2+-activated glyoxalase I from Escherichia coli: substrate specificity, kinetic isotope effects and evolution within the βαβββ superfamily
KY Mullings, N Sukdeo, U Suttisansanee, Y Ran, JF Honek
Journal of inorganic biochemistry 108, 133-140, 2012
Letter to the Editor: Finding the silver lining during a global pandemic: opportunities for curriculum innovation in microbiology education
MC Davis, J Libertucci, YA Guerrero, H Dietz, TC Noel, JE Rubin, ...
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 66 (10), 600-602, 2020
Selecting fungal disturbance indicators to compare forest soil profile re- construction regimes
N Sukdeo, E Teen, HB Massicotte, PM Rutherford, KN Egger
Ecological Indicators 84, 662-682, 2018
Biochemistry of the Nickel‐Dependent Glyoxalase I Enzymes
N Sukdeo, E Daub, JF Honek
Nickel and Its Surprising Impact in Nature 2, 445-471, 2007
Bacterial and fungal saprotrophs are strongly stimulated weeks to months after forest soil profile reconstruction
N Sukdeo, E Teen, PM Rutherford, HB Massicotte, KN Egger
Pedobiologia 73, 29-41, 2019
Identification of microbial gene biomarkers for in situ RDX biodegradation
FH Crocker, KJ Indest, CM Jung, DE Hancock, ME Merritt, C Florizone, ...
Engineer Research and Development Center Vicksburg MS Environmental Lab, 2012
Comparative biochemistry and mutagenesis of bacterial glyoxalase I enzymes
N Sukdeo
University of Waterloo, 2003
Bioavailability of macro and micronutrients across global topsoils: Main drivers and global change impacts
R Ochoa‐Hueso, M Delgado‐Baquerizo, AC Risch, L Ashton, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles, e2022GB007680, 2023
Soil detrital inputs increase stimulate bacterial saprotrophs with different timing and intensity compared to fungal saprotrophs
N Sukdeo, E Teen, P Michael Rutherford, HB Massicotte, KN Egger
bioRxiv, 266684, 2018
Identification of microbial gene biomarkers for in situ RDX biodegradation: project ER-1609
FH Crocker, KJ Indest, CM Jung, DE Hancock, ME Merritt, C Florizone, ...
Environmental Laboratory (US), 2012
Microbial community influences on RDX degradation in grenade range surface soils
N Sukdeo, E Kuatsjah, LD Eltis, WW Mohn, SJ Hallam
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Environmental Pollution …, 2012
Biochemical and Biophysical Investigations of Non-Zinc Dependent Glyoxalase I Enzymes
N Sukdeo
University of Waterloo, 2008
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