Photoselection Polarization Experiments Reveal Ultrafast Electron Hopping Between Distinct Aromatic Residues in the Flavoprotein DNA Photolyase

Abstract : Flavin-excitation initiated electron transfer along three tryptophan amino acids in DNA photolyase was studied. Combining ultrafast polarization and side directed mutagenesis approaches the chain was shown to allow very efficient long-range transprotein electrontransfer in picoseconds.
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Andras Lukacs, Apm Eker, Martin Byrdin, Klaus Brettel, Marten Vos. Photoselection Polarization Experiments Reveal Ultrafast Electron Hopping Between Distinct Aromatic Residues in the Flavoprotein DNA Photolyase. ULTRAFAST PHENOMENA XVI, Jun 2008, Stresa, Italy. pp.604-606, ⟨10.1007/978-3-540-95946-5_196⟩. ⟨hal-00324260⟩

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