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bacteriorhodopsin and archaerhodopsin

  1. Süss, B., Ringleb, F. and Heberle, J., 2016. New ultrarapid-scanning interferometer for FT-IR spectroscopy with microsecond time-resolution.Review of Scientific Instruments87(6), p.063113. pdf
  2. Johnson, P.J., Halpin, A., Morizumi, T., Prokhorenko, V.I., Ernst, O.P. and Miller, R.D., 2013. Mixed Potential Energy Surfaces of the Ultrafast Isomerization of Retinal in Bacteriorhodopsin. In EPJ Web of Conferences(Vol. 41, p. 07020). EDP Sciences. pdf
  3. Léonard, J., Portuondo-Campa, E., Cannizzo, A., van Mourik, F., van der Zwan, G., Tittor, J., Haacke, S. and Chergui, M., 2009. Functional electric field changes in photoactivated proteins revealed by ultrafast Stark spectroscopy of the Trp residues. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences106(19), pp.7718-7723. pdf
  4. Wang, J., Link, S., Heyes, C.D. and El-Sayed, M.A., 2002. Comparison of the dynamics of the primary events of bacteriorhodopsin in its trimeric and monomeric states. Biophysical journal83(3), pp.1557-1566. pdf
  5. Kennis, J.T., Larsen, D.S., Ohta, K., Facciotti, M.T., Glaeser, R.M. and Fleming, G.R., 2002. Ultrafast protein dynamics of bacteriorhodopsin probed by photon echo and transient absorption spectroscopy. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B106(23), pp.6067-6080. pdf
  6. Hou, B., Friedman, N., Ruhman, S., Sheves, M. and Ottolenghi, M., 2001. Ultrafast Spectroscopy of the Protonated Schiff Bases of Free and C13 C14 Locked Retinals. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B105(29), pp.7042-7048. pdf
  7. Ye, T., Friedman, N., Gat, Y., Atkinson, G.H., Sheves, M., Ottolenghi, M. and Ruhman, S., 1999. On the nature of the primary light-induced events in bacteriorhodopsin: ultrafast spectroscopy of native and C13= C14 locked pigments. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B103(24), pp.5122-5130. pdf
  8. Diller, R., Iannone, M., Bogomolni, R. and Hochstrasser, R.M., 1991. Ultrafast infrared spectroscopy of bacteriorhodopsin. Biophysical journal60(1), p.286. pdf