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Characterization of an improved reaction center preparation from the photosynthetic green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium containing the FeS centers FA and FB and a bound cytochrome subunit

Biochemistry

Mar 10, 1992

U FeilerH Michel

PMID: 1312353

Abstract

A photosynthetic reaction center complex was prepared from the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium by solubilization of chlorosome-depleted membranes with lauryl maltoside, followed by anion-exchange chromatography and molecular sieve chromatography. The purified complex was characterized...read more

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Tissue Membrane
Photosynthetic Reaction Centers
SDS-PAGE
Chromatography
Sulfur
Rhodospirillales
Cytochrome c Group
Glucosides
Cytochromes
Spectrophotometry
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Characterization of an improved reaction center preparation from the photosynthetic green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium containing the FeS centers FA and FB and a bound cytochrome subunit

Biochemistry

Mar 10, 1992

U FeilerH Michel

PMID: 1312353

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Abstract

A photosynthetic reaction center complex was prepared from the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium by solubilization of chlorosome-depleted membranes with lauryl maltoside, followed by anion-exchange chromatography and molecular sieve chromatography. The purified complex was characterized...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Tissue Membrane
Photosynthetic Reaction Centers
SDS-PAGE
Chromatography
Sulfur
Rhodospirillales
Cytochrome c Group
Glucosides
Cytochromes
Spectrophotometry

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