Richard B. Frankel
Richard B. Frankel
Professor of Physics Emeritus, California Polytechnic State University
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Magnetosome formation in prokaryotes
DA Bazylinski, RB Frankel
Nature Reviews Microbiology 2 (3), 217-230, 2004
Magnetite in freshwater magnetotactic bacteria
RB Frankel, RP Blakemore, RS Wolfe
Science 203 (4387), 1355-1357, 1979
Biomineralization of ferrimagnetic greigite (Fe3S4) and iron pyrite (FeS2) in a magnetotactic bacterium
S Mann, NCH Sparks, RB Frankel, DA Bazylinski, HW Jannasch
Nature 343, 258-261, 1990
Magneto-aerotaxis in marine coccoid bacteria.
RB Frankel, DA Bazylinski, MS Johnson, BL Taylor
Biophysical Journal 73 (2), 994-1000, 1997
Magnetic microstructure of magnetotactic bacteria by electron holography
RE Dunin-Borkowski, MR McCartney, RB Frankel, DA Bazylinski, ...
Science 282 (5395), 1868-1870, 1998
Rock magnetic criteria for the detection of biogenic magnetite
BM Moskowitz, RB Frankel, DA Bazylinski
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 120 (3-4), 283-300, 1993
Biologically induced mineralization by bacteria
RB Frankel, DA Bazylinski
Reviews in mineralogy and geochemistry 54 (1), 95-114, 2003
Bacterial magnetosomes: microbiology, biomineralization and biotechnological applications
D Schüler, RB Frankel
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 52 (4), 464-473, 1999
Carrier-concentration–induced ferromagnetism in PbSnMnTe
T Story, RR Gałazka, RB Frankel, PA Wolff
Physical review letters 56 (7), 777-779, 1986
Structure, morphology and crystal growth of bacterial magnetite
S Mann, RB Frankel, RP Blakemore
Nature 310 (5976), 405-407, 1984
Assembly and characterization of an accurate model for the diiron center in hemerythrin
WH Armstrong, A Spool, GC Papaefthymiou, RB Frankel, SJ Lippard
Journal of the American Chemical Society 106 (12), 3653-3667, 1984
Controlled Biomineralization of Magnetite (Fe3O4) and Greigite (Fe3S4) in a Magnetotactic Bacterium.
DA Bazylinski, RB Frankel, BR Heywood, S Mann, JW King, PL Donaghay, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 61 (9), 3232-3239, 1995
Anaerobic magnetite production by a marine, magnetotactic bacterium
DA Bazylinski, RB Frankel, HW Jannasch
Nature 334, 518-519, 1988
Magnetite from magnetotactic bacteria; size distributions and twinning
B Devouard, M Posfai, X Hua, DA Bazylinski, RB Frankel, PR Buseck
American Mineralogist 83 (11-12_Part_2), 1387-1398, 1998
Electron microscopic studies of magnetosomes in magnetotactic bacteria
DA Bazylinski, AJ Garrett-Reed, RB Frankel
Microscopy Research and Technique 27, 389-401, 1994
Magnetic guidance of organisms
RB Frankel
Ann. Rev. Biophys. Bioengr. 13, 85-103., 1984
South-seeking magnetotactic bacteria in the Southern Hemisphere
RP Blakemore, RB Frankel, AJ Kalmijn
Nature (London) 236, 384-385, 1980
Multiple evolutionary origins of magnetotaxis in bacteria
EF DeLong, RB Frankel, DA Bazylinski
Science 259 (5096), 803-806, 1993
Axial ligation modes in iron (III) Porphyrins. Models for the oxidized reaction states of cytochrome P-450 enzymes and the molecular structure of iron (III) protoporphyrin IX …
SC Tang, S Koch, GC Papaefthymiou, S Foner, RB Frankel, JA Ibers, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 98 (9), 2414-2434, 1976
Synthetic analogs of the active sites of iron-sulfur proteins. 14. Synthesis, properties, and structures of bis (o-xylyl-. alpha.,. alpha.'-dithiolato) ferrate (II, III) anions …
RW Lane, JA Ibers, RB Frankel, GC Papaefthymiou, RH Holm
Journal of the American Chemical Society 99 (1), 84-98, 1977
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