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A NADPH substitute for selective photo-initiation of reductive bioprocesses via two-photon induced electron transfer

Chemical Communications : Chem Comm

Mar 23, 2007

Anne-Claire RobinMireille Blanchard-Desce

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A NADPH substitute where the nicotinamide moiety is replaced by a chromophoric unit having much larger two-photon absorption cross-section and able to transfer electrons to flavins only upon excitation is described as an effective two-photon nanotrigger for selective photo-activation of...read more

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Nicotinamide Assay
Fast Electrons
Electron Transport
Transcription Initiation
NADP
Oxidation-Reduction
Flavins
Photochemistry
Respiratory Electron Transport Chain Process
Niacinamide
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A NADPH substitute for selective photo-initiation of reductive bioprocesses via two-photon induced electron transfer

Chemical Communications : Chem Comm

Mar 23, 2007

Anne-Claire RobinMireille Blanchard-Desce

PMID: 17377673

DOI: 10.1039/b615628b

Abstract

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Flavins
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Respiratory Electron Transport Chain Process
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