Hughes, Joseph; Razeghifard, Mohammad; Logue, Mark; Oakley, Aaron; Wydrzynski, Thomas; Krausz, Elmars
In vitro chlorophyll (Chl) aggregates have often served as models for in vivo forms of long-wavelength Chl. However, the interaction of protein-bound Chl molecules is typically different than that occurring in solvent-based self-aggregates. We have chosen a water-soluble Chl-binding protein (WSCP) from cauliflower in order to help characterize the spectroscopic properties of Chl in a single well-defined native environment and also to study the pigment-pigment (exciton) interactions present in...[Show more]
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