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Bacteriorhodopsin-mediated photophosphorylation in Halobacterium halobium

European Journal of Biochemistry

Jul 15, 1977

R Hartmann, D Oesterhelt

PMID: 19249

Abstract

The rate of halobacterial photophosphorylation was found to be a linear function of light intensity over a wide range (between 1 and 20 mW/cm2). At higher light intensities (above 25 mW/cm2) the ATP-synthesizing system itself limits the maximal rate of photophosphorylation. The optimal ...read more

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Photophosphorylation
Bacteriorhodopsins
Carotenoids
Protein Phosphorylation
Quantum Theory
Alkalinization
Spectrophotometry
Phloretin
Acids
Quantum
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Bacteriorhodopsin-mediated photophosphorylation in Halobacterium halobium

European Journal of Biochemistry

Jul 15, 1977

R Hartmann, D Oesterhelt

PMID: 19249

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Abstract

The rate of halobacterial photophosphorylation was found to be a linear function of light intensity over a wide range (between 1 and 20 mW/cm2). At higher light intensities (above 25 mW/cm2) the ATP-synthesizing system itself limits the maximal rate of photophosphorylation. The optimal ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Photophosphorylation
Bacteriorhodopsins
Carotenoids
Protein Phosphorylation
Quantum Theory
Alkalinization
Spectrophotometry
Phloretin
Acids
Quantum

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