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Progress in Rational Design of Efficient Photoinduced Electron Transfer Photosensitive Proteins
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Poster Title: Progress in Rational Design of Efficient Photoinduced Electron Transfer Photosensitive Proteins
Submitted on 26 Nov 2021
Author(s): Lifeasible
Affiliations: Lifeasible
This poster was presented at https://www.lifeasible.com/blog/progress-in-rational-design-of-efficient-photoinduced-electron-transfer-photosensitive-proteins/
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Abstract: CCS chemistry published a research paper entitled “Ultrafast photoinduced electron transfer in a photosensor protein” by Wang Jiangyun, researcher of Institute of Biophysics, CAS, Xia Antong, researcher of Institute of Chemistry, CAS, and Yu Longjiang, researcher of Institute of Botany. A 27 kDa photosensitive protein (PSP3), which can be encoded by the gene, was designed and reported. It has the key characteristics of the PSII system, such as primary photo-induced electron transfer. The incorporation of the benzophenone alanine (BPA) gene into PSP protein and the measurement of femtosecond transient absorption spectra showed that a highly efficient and rapid photoinduced electron transfer (~ 1 picosecond) process occurred from TYR203 to PSP3 chromophore. The light-driven generation of BPC - (E0 = - 1.47 V vs she) and y + (E0 ~ 1.34 V vs she) was realized.Summary: Progress in Rational Design of Efficient Photoinduced Electron Transfer Photosensitive ProteinsReferences: https://www.lifeasible.com/blog/progress-in-rational-design-of-efficient-photoinduced-electron-transfer-photosensitive-proteins/Report abuse »
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