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Concept Photoreceptors, Microbial
Academic Article Protein kinetics: structures of intermediates and reaction mechanism from time-resolved x-ray data.
Academic Article Time-resolved serial crystallography captures high-resolution intermediates of photoactive yellow protein.
Academic Article Visualizing reaction pathways in photoactive yellow protein from nanoseconds to seconds.
Academic Article Energy transduction on the nanosecond time scale: early structural events in a xanthopsin photocycle.
Academic Article Protein energy landscapes determined by five-dimensional crystallography.
Academic Article Volume-conserving trans-cis isomerization pathways in photoactive yellow protein visualized by picosecond X-ray crystallography.
Academic Article Protein-ligand interaction probed by time-resolved crystallography.
Academic Article A structural pathway for signaling in the E46Q mutant of photoactive yellow protein.
Academic Article Chromophore conformation and the evolution of tertiary structural changes in photoactive yellow protein.
Academic Article Signal to noise considerations for single crystal femtosecond time resolved crystallography of the Photoactive Yellow Protein.
Academic Article A molecular movie at 1.8 A resolution displays the photocycle of photoactive yellow protein, a eubacterial blue-light receptor, from nanoseconds to seconds.
Academic Article pH dependence of the photoactive yellow protein photocycle investigated by time-resolved crystallography.
Academic Article Structure of a protein photocycle intermediate by millisecond time-resolved crystallography.
Academic Article Structural heterogeneity of cryotrapped intermediates in the bacterial blue light photoreceptor, photoactive yellow protein.

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