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    1. Iseri, EI; Gulen, D
      Chlorophyll transition dipole moment orientations and pathways for flow ofexcitation energy among the chlorophylls of the major plant antenna, LHCII

      EUROPEAN BIOPHYSICS JOURNAL WITH BIOPHYSICS LETTERS
    2. Vassiliev, IR; Kjaer, B; Schorner, GL; Scheller, HV; Golbeck, JH
      Photoinduced transient absorbance spectra of P840/P840(+) and the FMO protein in reaction centers of Chlorobium vibrioforme

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    3. Hauska, G; Schoedl, T; Remigy, H; Tsiotis, G
      The reaction center of green sulfur bacteria

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    4. Matsuzaki, S; Zazubovich, V; Ratsep, M; Hayes, JM; Small, GJ
      Energy transfer kinetics and low energy vibrational structure of the threelowest energy Q(y)-states of the Fenna-Matthews-Olson antenna complex

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    5. Owen, GM; Hoff, AJ
      Orientation effects in triplet-singlet difference spectroscopy measured with absorbance-detected magnetic resonance

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    6. Takashima, T; Nishiki, T; Konishi, Y
      Anaerobic oxidation of dissolved hydrogen sulfide in continuous culture ofthe phototrophic bacterium Prosthecochloris aestuarii

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    7. Neerken, S; Ma, YZ; Aschenbrucker, J; Schmidt, KA; Nowak, FR; Permentier, HP; Aartsma, TJ; Gillbro, T; Amesz, J
      Kinetics of absorbance and anisotropy upon excited state relaxation in thereaction center core complex of a green sulfur bacterium

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    8. Kobayashi, M; Oh-oka, H; Akutsu, S; Akiyama, M; Tominaga, K; Kise, H; Nishida, F; Watanabe, T; Amesz, J; Koizumi, M; Ishida, N; Kano, H
      The primary electron acceptor of green sulfur bacteria, bacteriochlorophyll 663, is chlorophyll alpha esterified with Delta 2,6-phytadienol

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    9. Kleima, FJ; Hofmann, E; Gobets, B; van Stokkum, IHM; van Grondelle, R; Diederichs, K; van Amerongen, H
      Forster excitation energy transfer in peridinin-chlorophyll-a-protein

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    10. Permentier, HP; Neerken, S; Schmidt, KA; Overmann, J; Amesz, J
      Energy transfer and charge separation in the purple non-sulfur bacterium Roseospirillum parvum

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    11. Vulto, SIE; de Baat, MA; Neerken, S; Nowak, FR; van Amerongen, H; Amesz, J; Aartsma, TJ
      Excited state dynamics in FMO antenna complexes from photosynthetic green sulfur bacteria: A kinetic model

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    12. Ratsep, M; Blankenship, RE; Small, GJ
      Energy transfer and spectral dynamics of the three lowest energy Q(y)-states of the Fenna-Matthews-Olson antenna complex

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    13. Owen, GM; Hoff, AJ
      Circular dichroic triplet-singlet difference spectroscopy. 1. Analysis of dichroic components in optically detected magnetic resonance

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A
    14. Klevanik, AV
      On the influence of pigment-protein interactions on the energy transfer processes in photosynthetic membrane structures. 3. FMO complex of Chlorobiumtepidum at high pressure

      BIOLOGICHESKIE MEMBRANY
    15. Iwaki, M; Itoh, S; Kamei, S; Matsubara, H; Oh-oka, H
      Time-resolved spectroscopy of chlorophyll-a like electron acceptor in the reaction center complex of the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium tepidum

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Lapouge, K; Naveke, A; Gall, A; Ivancich, A; Seguin, J; Scheer, H; Sturgis, JN; Mattioli, TA; Robert, B
      Conformation of bacteriochlorophyll molecules in photosynthetic proteins from purple bacteria

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    17. Vulto, SIE; Neerken, S; Louwe, RJW; de Baat, MA; Amesz, J; Aartsma, TJ
      Excited-state structure and dynamics in FMO antenna complexes from photosynthetic green sulfur bacteria

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    18. Vulto, SIE; de Baat, MA; Louwe, RJW; Permentier, HP; Neef, T; Miller, M; van Amerongen, H; Aartsma, TJ
      Exciton simulations of optical spectra of the FMO complex from the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium tepidum at 6 K

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    19. OHOKA H; KAMEI S; MATSUBARA H; LIN S; VANNOORT PI; BLANKENSHIP RE
      TRANSIENT ABSORPTION-SPECTROSCOPY OF ENERGY-TRANSFER AND TRAPPING PROCESSES IN THE REACTION-CENTER COMPLEX OF CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    20. CORY MG; ZERNER MC; XU XC; SHULTEN K
      ELECTRONIC EXCITATIONS IN AGGREGATES OF BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLLS

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    21. SAVIKHIN S; BUCK DR; STRUVE WS
      TOWARD LEVEL-TO-LEVEL ENERGY TRANSFERS IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS - THE FENNA-MATTHEWS-OLSON PROTEIN

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    22. RATSEP M; WU HM; HAYES JM; BLANKENSHIP RE; COGDELL RJ; SMALL GJ
      STARK HOLE-BURNING STUDIES OF 3 PHOTOSYNTHETIC COMPLEXES

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    23. RATSEP M; WU HM; HAYES JM; SMALL GJ
      STARK HOLE-BURNING SPECTROSCOPY OF A PHOTOSYNTHETIC COMPLEX - LH2 OF PURPLE BACTERIA

      SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY
    24. PRINGAULT O; KUHL M; DEWIT R; CAUMETTE P
      GROWTH OF GREEN SULFUR BACTERIA IN EXPERIMENTAL BENTHIC OXYGEN, SULFIDE, PH AND LIGHT GRADIENTS

      Microbiology
    25. RENGER T; MAY V
      ULTRAFAST EXCITON MOTION IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC ANTENNA SYSTEMS - THE FMO-COMPLEX

      The journal of physical chemistry. A, Molecules, spectroscopy, kinetics, environment, & general theory
    26. MARTVISKI T; FRACKOWIAK D; MIYAKE J; DUDKOWIAK A; PIECHOWIAK A
      THE ORIENTATION OF BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL-C IN GREEN BACTERIA CELLS AND CELL FRAGMENTS

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    27. FIDDER H; FOWLER GJS; HUNTER CN; SUNDSTROM V
      OPTICAL DEPHASING IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENT-PROTEIN COMPLEXES

      Chemical physics
    28. KLEVANIK AV
      ON THE INFLUENCE OF PIGMENT-PROTEIN INTER ACTIONS ON THE ENERGY-TRANSFER PROCESSES IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC MEMBRANE STRUCTURES

      Biologiceskie membrany
    29. MELKOZERNOV AN; OLSON JM; LI YF; ALLEN JP; BLANKENSHIP RE
      ORIENTATION AND EXCITONIC INTERACTIONS OF THE FENNA-MATTHEWS-OLSON BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL A PROTEIN IN MEMBRANES OF THE GREEN SULFUR BACTERIUMCHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM

      Photosynthesis research
    30. Schmidt, KA; Trissl, HW
      Combined fluorescence and photovoltage studies on chlorosome containing bacteria - II. Whole cells and chlorosome-depleted membranes of Chlorobium limicola

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    31. GRIESBECK C; HAGERBRAUN C; ROGL H; HAUSKA G
      QUANTITATION OF P840 REACTION-CENTER PREPARATIONS FROM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM - CHLOROPHYLLS AND FMO-PROTEIN

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    32. BUCK DR; SAVIKHIN S; STRUVE WS
      EFFECT OF DIAGONAL ENERGY DISORDER ON CIRCULAR-DICHROISM SPECTRA OF FENNA-MATTHEWS-OLSON TRIMERS

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    33. WU HM; RATSEP M; JANKOWIAK R; COGDELL RJ; SMALL GJ
      COMPARISON OF THE LH2 ANTENNA COMPLEXES OF RHODOPSEUDOMONAS-ACIDOPHILA (STRAIN-10050) AND RHODOBACTER-SPHAEROIDES BY HIGH-PRESSURE ABSORPTION, HIGH-PRESSURE HOLE-BURNING, AND TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPIES

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    34. FREIBERG A; LIN S; TIMPMANN K; BLANKENSHIP RE
      EXCITON DYNAMICS IN FMO BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL PROTEIN AT LOW-TEMPERATURES

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    35. LOUWE RJW; AARTSMA TJ
      ON THE NATURE OF ENERGY-TRANSFER AT LOW-TEMPERATURES IN THE BCHL A PIGMENT-PROTEIN COMPLEX OF GREEN SULFUR BACTERIA

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    36. EDINGTON MD; RITER RE; BECK WF
      FEMTOSECOND TRANSIENT HOLE-BURNING DETECTION OF INTEREXCITON-STATE RADIATIONLESS DECAY IN ALLOPHYCOCYANIN TRIMERS

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    37. FREIBERG A; ELLERVEE A; TARS M; TIMPMANN K; LAISAAR A
      ELECTRON-TRANSFER AND ELECTRONIC-ENERGY RELAXATION UNDER HIGH HYDROSTATIC-PRESSURE

      Biophysical chemistry
    38. SAVIKHIN S; BUCK DR; STRUVE WS
      OSCILLATING ANISOTROPIES IN A BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL PROTEIN - EVIDENCE FOR QUANTUM BEATING BETWEEN EXCITON LEVELS

      Chemical physics
    39. FRANCKE C; AMESZ J
      ISOLATION AND PIGMENT COMPOSITION OF THE ANTENNA SYSTEM OF 4 SPECIES OF GREEN SULFUR BACTERIA

      Photosynthesis research
    40. LI YF; ZHOU WL; BLANKENSHIP RE; ALLEN JP
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL A PROTEIN FROM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    41. SAVIKHIN S; BUCK DR; STRUVE WS
      PUMP-PROBE ANISOTROPIES OF FENNA-MATTHEWS-OLSON PROTEIN TRIMERS FROM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM - A DIAGNOSTIC FOR EXCITON LOCALIZATION

      Biophysical journal
    42. BUCK DR; SAVIKHIN S; STRUVE WS
      ULTRAFAST ABSORPTION DIFFERENCE SPECTRA OF THE FENNA-MATTHEWS-OLSON PROTEIN AT 19 K - EXPERIMENT AND SIMULATIONS

      Biophysical journal
    43. FRANKEN EM; AMESZ J
      ELECTRON-TRANSPORT AND TRIPLET FORMATION IN MEMBRANE-FRAGMENTS OF THEGREEN SULFUR BACTERIUM PROSTHECOCHLORIS-AESTUARII

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    44. DUDKOWIAK A; FRANCKE C; AMESZ J; PLANNER A; HANYZ I; FRACKOWIAK D
      SPECTRAL PROPERTIES OF BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL-C IN NEMATIC LIQUID-CRYSTAL .1. MONOMERIC FORMS OF DYE

      SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY
    45. KOEPKE J; HU XC; MUENKE C; SCHULTEN K; MICHEL H
      THE CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE LIGHT-HARVESTING COMPLEX-II (B800-850) FROM RHODOSPIRILLUM-MOLISCHIANUM

      Structure
    46. SAVIKHIN S; STRUVE WS
      TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENCE OF ELECTRONIC-ENERGY TRANSFERS WITHIN B850 ANTENNAE OF THE NF57 MUTANT OF THE PURPLE BACTERIUM RHODOBACTER-SPHAEROIDES

      Chemical physics
    47. FRANCKE C; OTTE SCM; MILLER M; AMESZ J; OLSON JM
      ENERGY-TRANSFER FROM CAROTENOID AND FMO-PROTEIN IN SUBCELLULAR PREPARATIONS FROM GREEN SULFUR BACTERIA - SPECTROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF AN FMO-REACTION CENTER CORE COMPLEX AT LOW-TEMPERATURE

      Photosynthesis research
    48. SAVIKHIN S; STRUVE WS
      LOW-TEMPERATURE ENERGY-TRANSFER IN FMO TRIMERS FROM THE GREEN PHOTOSYNTHETIC BACTERIUM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM

      Photosynthesis research
    49. KJAER B; SCHELLER HV
      AN ISOLATED REACTION-CENTER COMPLEX FROM THE GREEN SULFUR BACTERIUM CHLOROBIUM-VIBRIOFORME CAN PHOTOREDUCE FERREDOXIN AT HIGH-RATES

      Photosynthesis research
    50. HOFMANN E; WRENCH PM; SHARPLES FP; HILLER RG; WELTE W; DIEDERICHS K
      STRUCTURAL BASIS OF LIGHT-HARVESTING BY CAROTENOIDS - PERIDININ-CHLOROPHYLL-PROTEIN FROM AMPHIDINIUM-CARTERAE

      Science
    51. OLSON JM
      IRON-SULFUR-TYPE REACTION CENTERS - INTRODUCTION

      Photochemistry and photobiology
    52. SAKURAI H; KUSUMOTO N; INOUE K
      FUNCTION OF THE REACTION-CENTER OF GREEN SULFUR BACTERIA

      Photochemistry and photobiology
    53. GULBINAS V; VALKUNAS L; KUCIAUSKAS D; KATILIUS E; LIUOLIA V; ZHOU WL; BLANKENSHIP RE
      SINGLET-SINGLET ANNIHILATION AND LOCAL HEATING IN FMO COMPLEXES

      Journal of physical chemistry
    54. LEEGWATER JA
      COHERENT VERSUS INCOHERENT ENERGY-TRANSFER AND TRAPPING IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC ANTENNA COMPLEXES

      Journal of physical chemistry
    55. EDINGTON MD; RITER RE; BECK WF
      INTEREXCITON-STATE RELAXATION AND EXCITON LOCALIZATION IN ALLOPHYCOCYANIN TRIMERS

      Journal of physical chemistry
    56. NOGUCHI T; KUSUMOTO N; INOUE Y; SAKURAI H
      ELECTRONIC AND VIBRATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE RADICAL-CATION OF P-840 IN THE PUTATIVE HOMODIMERIC REACTION-CENTER FROM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM AS STUDIED BY FTIR SPECTROSCOPY

      Biochemistry
    57. LUTZ M
      RED-BAND RESONANCE RAMAN-SPECTROSCOPY OF CHLOROPHYLL COFACTORS IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC PROTEINS

      Biospectroscopy
    58. EDINGTON MD; RITER RE; BECK WF
      EVIDENCE FOR COHERENT ENERGY-TRANSFER IN ALLOPHYCOCYANIN TRIMERS

      Journal of physical chemistry
    59. REDDY NRS; JANKOWIAK R; SMALL GJ
      HIGH-PRESSURE HOLE-BURNING STUDIES OF THE BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL A ANTENNA COMPLEX FROM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM

      Journal of physical chemistry
    60. SAVIKHIN S; VANNOORT PI; BLANKENSHIP RE; STRUVE WS
      FEMTOSECOND PROBE OF STRUCTURAL ANALOGIES BETWEEN CHLOROSOMES AND BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL-C AGGREGATES

      Biophysical journal
    61. OHOKA H; KAKUTANI S; KAMEI S; MATSUBARA H; IWAKI M; ITOH S
      HIGHLY PURIFIED PHOTOSYNTHETIC REACTION-CENTER (PSCA CYTOCHROME C(551))(2) COMPLEX OF THE GREEN SULFUR BACTERIUM CHLOROBIUM-LIMICOLA/

      Biochemistry
    62. FEILER U; ALBOUY D; ROBERT B; MATTIOLI TA
      SYMMETRICAL STRUCTURAL FEATURES AND BINDING-SITE OF THE PRIMARY ELECTRON-DONOR IN THE REACTION-CENTER OF CHLOROBIUM

      Biochemistry
    63. HAGERBRAUN C; XIE DL; JAROSCH U; HEROLD E; BUTTNER M; ZIMMERMANN R; DEUTZMANN R; HAUSKA G; NELSON N
      STABLE PHOTOBLEACHING OF P840 IN CHLOROBIUM REACTION-CENTER PREPARATIONS - PRESENCE OF THE 42-KDA BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL ALPHA-PROTEIN AND A 17-KDA POLYPEPTIDE

      Biochemistry
    64. OLSON JM
      REMINISCENCE ABOUT CHLOROPSEUDOMONAS-ETHYLICUM AND THE FMO-PROTEIN

      Photosynthesis research
    65. ZHOU WL; LOBRUTTO R; LIN S; BLANKENSHIP RE
      REDOX EFFECTS ON THE BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL A-CONTAINING FENNA-MATTHEWS-OLSON PROTEIN FROM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM

      Photosynthesis research
    66. MILLER M; COX RP; OLSON JM
      LOW-TEMPERATURE SPECTROSCOPY OF ISOLATED FMO-PROTEIN AND A MEMBRANE-FREE REACTION-CENTER COMPLEX FROM THE GREEN SULFUR BACTERIUM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM

      Photosynthesis research
    67. KUSUMOTO N; INOUE K; NASU H; SAKURAI H
      PREPARATION OF A PHOTOACTIVE REACTION-CENTER COMPLEX CONTAINING PHOTO-REDUCIBLE FE-S CENTERS AND PHOTOOXIDIZABLE CYTOCHROME-C FROM THE GREEN SULFUR BACTERIUM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    68. KOLACZKOWSKI SV; HAYES JM; SMALL GJ
      A THEORY OF DISPERSIVE KINETICS IN THE ENERGY-TRANSFER OF ANTENNA COMPLEXES

      Journal of physical chemistry
    69. REDDY NRS; VANAMERONGEN H; KWA SLS; VANGRONDELLE R; SMALL GJ
      LOW-ENERGY EXCITON LEVEL STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS IN LIGHT-HARVESTING COMPLEX-II TRIMERS FROM THE CHL A B ANTENNA COMPLEX OF PHOTOSYSTEM-II/

      Journal of physical chemistry
    70. LOUWE RJW; AARTSMA TJ
      OPTICAL DEPHASING AND EXCITED-STATE DYNAMICS IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENT-PROTEIN COMPLEXES

      Journal of luminescence
    71. PULLERITS T; CHACHISVILIS M; JONES MR; HUNTER CN; SUNDSTROM V
      EXCITON DYNAMICS IN THE LIGHT-HARVESTING COMPLEXES OF RHODOBACTER-SPHAEROIDES

      Chemical physics letters
    72. SAVIKHIN S; ZHOU WL; BLANKENSHIP RE; STRUVE WS
      FEMTOSECOND ENERGY-TRANSFER AND SPECTRAL EQUILIBRATION IN BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL A-PROTEIN ANTENNA TRIMERS FROM THE GREEN BACTERIUM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM

      Biophysical journal
    73. KERFELD CA; YEATES TO; THORNBER JP
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PERIPHERAL ANTENNA OF THE PURPLE-SULFUR BACTERIUM CHROMATIUM-PURPURATUM - EVIDENCE OF AN UNUSUAL PIGMENT-PROTEIN COMPOSITION

      Biochemistry
    74. SAVIKHIN S; STRUVE WS
      ULTRAFAST ENERGY-TRANSFER IN FMO TRIMERS FROM THE GREEN BACTERIUM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM

      Biochemistry
    75. FEILER U; ALBOUY D; POURCET C; MATTIOLI TA; LUTZ M; ROBERT B
      STRUCTURE AND BINDING-SITE OF THE PRIMARY ELECTRON-ACCEPTOR IN THE REACTION-CENTER OF CHLOROBIUM

      Biochemistry
    76. LOCKAU W; NITSCHKE W
      PHOTOSYSTEM-I AND ITS BACTERIAL COUNTERPARTS

      Physiologia Plantarum


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