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Royal Society of Chemistry по журналам "Flavins Photochemistry and Photobiology"

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  • Edwards Ana M. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
    The general properties of flavins in free solution and when bound to flavoproteins as cofactors are analysed. The extremely high chemical versatility of flavins is reflected in the remarkable versatility of flavoproteins, ...
  • Losi Aba (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
    We review the bacterial proteins related to the flavinbinding plant UVABluelight sensors phototropins phot, photoactivated adenylyl cyclase PAC and cryptochromes Cry. Phot and PAC sense light via specialized domains, called ...
  • Iseki Mineo; Matsunaga Shigeru; Murakami Akio; Watanabe Masakatsu (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
    Photoactivated adenylyl cyclase PAC is the bluelight receptor flavoprotein recently identified as a sensor for photomovement in the unicellular flagellate, Euglena gracilis. PAC consists of and subunits, which are similar ...
  • Kennis John T.M.; Alexandre Maxime T.A. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
    Light, oxygen and voltage LOV and bluelight sensing using FAD BLUF domains constitute two classes of recently discovered photoreceptors that are found in plants, algae, fungi and bacteria. They are sensitive to blue light ...
  • Ahmad Iqbal; Vaid Faiyaz H.M. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
    The photochemical aspects of flavins have been reviewed with reference to the analysis of flavins and photoproducts in degraded solutions, spectral and photophysical properties, photodegradation reactions, photosensitization ...
  • Encinas Mara V.; Previtali Carlos M. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
  • Garca Norman A.; Criado Susana N.; Massad Walter A. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
    This chapter compiles and discusses results published by our group related to the study of the kinetic and mechanistic behavior and, in some cases, the distribution of photoproducts in the Riboflavin Rfpromoted photooxygenation ...
  • Goodrich Raymond P.; Edrich Richard A.; Goodrich Laura L.; Scott Cynthia A.; Manica Keith J.; Hlavinka Dennis J.; Hovenga Nick A.; Hansen Eric T.; Gampp Deanna; Keil Shawn D.; Gilmour Denise I.; Li Junzhi; Martin Christopher B.; Platz Matthew S. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
  • Edwards Ana M. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
    Riboflavin RF, commonly known as vitamin B2, is an essential component of living organisms, and it is also an efficient photosensitizer, widely used by chemists for modifying organic molecules that do not absorb visible ...
  • Silva Eduardo; Quina Frank H. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
    In this chapter, the photochemical processes that can affect the eye lens as the result of the passage of the incident light required for vision are described, with special emphasis on those that involve sensitizers that ...
  • Kay Christopher W.M.; Bacher Adelbert; Fischer Markus; Richter Gerald; Schleicher Erik; Weber Stefan (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
    In 1949 an enzyme was discovered that could repair UVlightinduced DNA lesions, by effectively reversing their formation with the aid of blue light. The class of enzymes has subsequently been named photolyases and the ...
  • Briggs Winslow R. (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
    The past decade has seen enormous progress in the identification and characterization of plant bluelight receptor molecules. Three bluelight receptor families are currently recognized: the cryptochromes, the phototropins, ...
  • Hder Donat P.; Jori Giulio (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
  • Hder Donat P.; Jori Giulio (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
  • Hder Donat P.; Jori Giulio (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
  • Hder Donat P.; Jori Giulio (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)
  • Hder Donat P.; Jori Giulio (The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006)