Protein Science, vol. 2, no. 7, July 1993

Jonathan B. Marder MARDER at AGRI.HUJI.AC.IL
Wed Jun 30 04:06:00 EST 1993


Photosynthesis-related articles

      >>>>>>>>>>>> Protein Science (1993) 2:1114-1125 <<<<<<<<<<<<

      PRIMARY STRUCTURE OF A PHOTOACTIVE YELLOW PROTEIN FROM
      THE PHOTOTROPHIC BACTERIUM ECTOTHIORHODOSPIRA HALOPHILA,
      WITH EVIDENCE FOR THE MASS AND THE BINDING SITE OF THE
      CHROMOPHORE

      Jozef J. Van Beeumen, Bart V. Devreese, Stefaan M. Van
      Bun, Wouter D. Hoff, Klaas J. Hellingwerf, Terrance E.
      Meyer, Duncan E. Mcree, and Michael A. Cusanovich

      Laboratory of Microbiology, University of Ghent, 9000
      Ghent, Belgium

      Department of Microbiology and Biotechnology Center,
      Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands

      Department of Biochemistry, University of Arizona,
      Tucson, Arizona 85721

      Department of Molecular Biology, Research Institute of
      Scripps Clinic, La Jolla, California 92037

      Keywords:  amino acid sequence; chromophore structure;
      electrospray mass analysis; photoactive yellow protein

      Related files on this diskette: VnBeeumn.kin
                                                      VnBeeumn.SUP (folder in SUPLEMNT folder)
                                                      VnBeeumn.abs
                                                      VnBeeumn.bib

      >>>>>>>>>>>> Protein Science (1993) 2:1126-1135 <<<<<<<<<<<<

      BINDING OF FERREDOXIN TO FERREDOXIN:NADP^+
      OXIDOREDUCTASE: THE ROLE OF CARBOXYL GROUPS,
      ELECTROSTATIC SURFACE POTENTIAL, AND MOLECULAR DIPOLE
      MOMENT

      Antonio R. De Pascalis, Ilian Jelesarov, Friederike
      Ackermann, Willem H. Koppenol, Masakazu Hirasawa, David
      B. Knaff, and Hans Rudolf Bosshard

      Biochemisches Institut der Universitat Zurich,
      Winterthurerstrasse 190, CH-8057 Zurich, Switzerland

      Department of Chemistry, Louisiana State University,
      Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803-1804

      Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Tech
      University, Lubbock, Texas 79409-1061

      Keywords:  carboxyl groups; chemical modification;
      dipole moment; electrostatic potential; ferredoxin;
      ferredoxin:NADP^+ oxidoreductase

      Related files on this diskette: DePascls.kin
                                                      DePascls.abs
                                                      DePascls.bib

      >>>>>>>>>>>> Protein Science (1993) 2:1136-1146 <<<<<<<<<<<<

      CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF ACTIVATED TOBACCO RUBISCO
      COMPLEXED WITH THE REACTION-INTERMEDIATE ANALOGUE 2-
      CARBOXY-ARABINITOL 1,5-BISPHOSPHATE

      Herman A. Schreuder, Stefan Knight, Paul M.G. Curmi,
      Inger Andersson, Duilio Cascio, Robert M. Sweet, Carl-
      Ivar Branden, and David Eisenberg

      Molecular Biology Institute and Department of Chemistry
      and Biochemistry, University of California, Los Angeles,
      California 90024

      Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala
      Biomedical Center, Department of Molecular Biology, S-
      751 24 Uppsala, Sweden

      Department of Biology, Brookhaven National Laboratory,
      Upton, New York 11973

      Keywords:  CABP; disulfide links; photosynthesis;
      protein crystallography; rubisco

      Related files on this diskette: Schreudr.kin
                                                      Schreudr.abs
                                                      Schreudr.bib

      >>>>>>>>>>>> Protein Science (1993) 2:1147-1154 <<<<<<<<<<<<

      LEUCINE 332 INFLUENCES THE CO-2 /O-2 SPECIFICITY
      FACTOR OF RIBULOSE-1,5-BISPHOSPHATE CARBOXYLASE/
      OXYGENASE FROM ANACYSTIS NIDULANS

      Garrett J. Lee, Kelly A. Mcdonald, and Bruce A. Mcfadden

      Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Washington
      State University, Pullman, Washington 99164-4660

      Keywords:  chemiluminescence; CO-2 fixation; CO-2 /
      O-2 specificity factor; rubisco; site-directed
      mutagenesis

      Related files on this diskette: Lee.kin
                                                      Lee.abs
                                                      Lee.bib

      >>>>>>>>>>>> Protein Science (1993) 2:1161-1170 <<<<<<<<<<<<

      REFOLDING AND PROTON PUMPING ACTIVITY OF A POLYETHYLENE
      GLYCOL-BACTERIORHODOPSIN WATER-SOLUBLE CONJUGATE

      Geza Sirokman and Gerald D. Fasman

      Graduate Department of Biochemistry, Brandeis University,
      Waltham, Massachusetts 02254-9110

      Keywords:  bacteriorhodopsin; chemical modification;
      circular dichroism; polyethylene glycol

      Related files on this diskette: Sirokman.kin
                                                      Sirokman.abs
                                                      Sirokman.bib




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