Interpreting resonance energy transfer experiments with monte-carlo and molecular dynamic simulations
Forster resonance energy transfer (FRET) is a photophysical process in which an electronically excited chromophore spontaneously transfers energy to another molecule by a non-radiative dipole-dipole interaction. While this occurs naturally in processes such as light harvesting in photosynthetic organisms, it is now commonly used as a tool in molecular biophysics to examine the proximity and structure of biological macromolecules and to report on biochemical events. One of the features making...[Show more]
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