Photosynthesis Research Contents Volume 55 No. 2-3 February/March 1998

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Contents Volume 55 No. 2-3 February/March 1998


Special Issue:

REACTION CENTERS OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC PURPLE BACTERIA:

STRUCTURE, SPECTROSCOPY, DYNAMICS


Guest Editors:

JACQUES BRETON, ELIANE NABEDRYK and ANDRE VERMEGLIO


Preface


Identification of proton transfer pathways in the X-ray crystal
structure of

the bacterial reaction center from Rhodobacter sphaeroides.

E.C. Abresch, M.L. Paddock, M.H.B. Stowell, T.M. McPhillips,

H.L. Axelrod, S.M. Soltis, D.C. Rees, M.Y. Okamura, G.
Feher........119-125


Water clusters in the reaction centre of Rhodobacter sphaeroides.

G. Fritzsch, L. Kampmann, G. Kapaun, H.
Michel.........................127-132


Crystallographic studies of mutant reaction centres from Rhodobacter

sphaeroides.

P.K. Fyfe, K.E. McAuley-Hecht, J.P. Ridge, S.M. Prince,

G. Fritzsch, N.W. Isaacs, R.J. Cogdell,
M.R.Jones.........................133-140


On the efficiency of energy transfer and the different pathways of

electron transfer in mutant reaction centers of Rhodobacter
sphaeroides.

M.E. van Brederode, J.P. Ridge, I.H.M. van Stokkum, F.van Mourik,

M.R. Jones, R. van
Grondelle...................................................141-146


Oscillations of the energy gap for the initial electron-transfer step
in

bacterial reaction centers.

W.W. Parson, Z.T. Chu, A.
Warshel...........................................147-152


Temperature dependence of the primary electron transfer reaction in

pigment-modified bacterial reaction centers.

H. Huber, M. Meyer, H. Scheer, W. Zinth, J.
Wachtveitl...................153-162


The spectroscopy of the low-lying bands in the special-pair radical-

cations of photosynthetic reaction centres.

J.R. Reimers, M.C. Hutter, N.S.
Hush.........................................163-171


Inter-chromophore interactions in pigment-modified and dimer-less

bacterial photosynthetic reaction centers.

L.J. Moore, S.G.
Boxer...........................................................173-180


Linear dichroism of membrane-bound reaction centers from Rhodobacter

sphaeroides: Alterations of the B band induced by site-specific
mutations.

M.H. Vos, C. Rischel, J. Breton, J.-L. Martin, J.P. Ridge,

M.R.
Jones..........................................................................1
81-187


Pulsed ENDOR of the photoexcited triplet states of bacteriochlorophyll
a

and of the primary donor P865 in reaction centers of Rhodobacter

sphaeroides R-26.

F. Lendzian, R. Bittl, W.
Lubitz..................................................189-197


Effects of zwitterionic detergents on the electronic structure of the
primary

donor and the charge recombination kinetics of P+QA- in native and

mutant reaction centers from Rhodobacter sphaeroides.

F. Muh, C. Schulz, E. Schlodder, M.R. Jones, J. Rautter, M. Kuhn,

W.
Lubitz..........................................................................
..199-205


A comparative study of conserved protein interactions of the primary

electron donor in photosynthetic purple bacterial reaction centers.

A. Ivancich, T.A.
Mattioli.........................................................207-215


An investigation of the light-induced spin polarization in reaction
centres

of Rhodobacter sphaeroides Y.

A. van der Est, F. Reiss-Husson, D.
Stehlik....................................217-225


Free energy dependence of the direct charge recombination from the

primary and secondary quinones in reaction centers from Rhodobacter

sphaeroides.

J.P. Allen, J.C. Williams, M.S. Graige, M.L. Paddock, A. Labahn,

G. Feher, M.Y.
Okamura..........................................................227-233


Delayed fluorescence study on P*QA ---> P+QA- charge separation

energetics linked to protons and salt in reaction centers from
Rhodobacter

sphaeroides.

K. Turzo, G. Laczko, P.
Maroti...................................................235-240


Characterization of photosynthetic reaction centers with specific
isotope labels.

J. Lugtenburg, H. de
Groot........................................................241-245


Site-specific isotope labeling demonstrates a large mesomeric resonance


effect of the methoxy groups on the carbonyl frequency in ubiquinones.

C. Boullais, E. Nabedryk, J.-R. Burie, M. Nonella, C. Mioskowski,

J.
Breton..........................................................................
...
247-252


A quantum chemical investigation of structures, vibrational spectra and


electron affinities of the radicals of quinone model compounds.

M.
Nonella.........................................................................
..253-259


Step-scan FTIR spectroscopy resolves the QA-QB ---> QAQB- transition

in Rb. sphaeroides R26 reaction centres.

R. Brudler, K.
Gerwert............................................................261-266


Resolution of electron and proton transfer events in the
electrochromism

associated with quinone reduction in bacterial reaction centers.

D.M. Tiede, L. Utschig, D.K. Hanson, D.M.
Gallo...........................267-273


Symmetry-related mutants in the quinone binding sites of the bacterial


reaction center - the effects of changes in charge distribution.

D.K. Hanson, M.
Schiffer.........................................................275-280


Characterization of second site mutations show that fast proton
transfer

to QB- is restored in bacterial reaction centers of Rhodobacter
sphaeroides

containing the Asp-L213 ---> Asn lesion.

M.L. Paddock, M.E. Senft, M.S. Graige, S.H. Rongey, T. Turanchik,

G. Feher, M.Y.
Okamura...........................................................281-291


Direct evidence of structural changes in reaction centers of Rb.
sphaeroides

containing suppressor mutations for Asp L213 ---> Asn: A TTIR study of


QB photoreduction.

E. Nabedryk, J. Breton, M.Y. Okamura, M.L.
Paddock.......................293-299


Proton uptake upon quinone reduction in bacterial reaction centers:

IR signature and possible participation of a highly polarizable
hydrogen

bond network.

J. Breton, E.
Nabedryk..............................................................301-307


Effect of temperature and surface potential on the electrogenic proton


uptake in the QB site of the Rhodobacter sphaeroides photosynthetic

reaction center: QA- QB- ---> QAQBH2 transition.

O.A. Gopta, D.A. Cherepanov, A.Y. Mulkidjanian, A.Yu. Semenov,

D.A.
Bloch...........................................................................
.309-316


Time-resolved electron transfer at the donor side of Rhodopseudomonas

viridis photosynthetic reaction centers in whole cells.

 F. Rappaport, D. Beal, A. Vermeglio, P.
Joliot.................................317-323


Electron transfer reactions of high-potential cytochromes in the
reaction

centre of Chromatium tepidum.

F. Drepper, T. Saito, M. Kobayashi, T. Nozawa, P.
Mathis...................325-330


Kinetics of electron transfer between the tetrahemic cytochrome and the


special pair in isolated reaction centers of Roseobacter
denitrificans.

D. Garcia, P. Mathis, A.
Vermeglio................................................331-335


Light-induced conformational change at low temperature in the
coordination

of heme c-556 in the reaction center of Rhodopseudomonas viridis.

J.M. Ortega, F. Drepper, P.
Mathis................................................337-341


Role of HiPIP as electron donor to the RC-bound cytochrome in

photosynthetic purple bacteria.

L. Menin, J. Gaillard, P. Parot, B. Schoepp, W. Nitschke, A.
Vermeglio...343-348


Comparative analysis of the primary structure of the reaction
center-bound

 cytochrome subunit in purple bacteria.

K.V.P. Nagashima, Y. Sakuragi, K. Shimada, K.
Matsuura..................349-355


Chromatophore heterogeneity explains phenomena seen in Rhodobacter

sphaeroides previously attributed to supercomplexes.

 A.Crofts, M. Guergova-Kuras, S.
Hong.........................................357-362


The reaction centre of the photounit of Rhodospirillum rubrum is
anchored

to the light-harvesting complex with four-fold rotational disorder.

H. Stahlberg, J. Dubochet, H. Vogel, R.
Ghosh.................................363-368


A puhA gene deletion and plasmid complementation system for facile site


directed mutagenesis studies of the reaction center H protein of
Rhodobacter

sphaeroides.

X-Y. Chen, V. Yurkov, M.L. Paddock, M.Y. Okamura, J.T.
Beatty.........369-373


Light reflections III.

G.
Feher...........................................................................
.....375-378




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