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Biochemistry (Moscow), Volume 66 (2001), Number 11

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In memory of A. D. Kaulen
Andrey Kaulen Sergei Balashov
1189/1475 [Full Article]

REVIEW: X-Ray Crystallography of Bacteriorhodopsin and Its Photointermediates: Insights into the Mechanism of Proton Transport J. K. Lanyi
1192/1477 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

REVIEW: Photoisomerization in Rhodopsin H. Kandori, Y. Shichida, and T. Yoshizawa
1197/1483 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

REVIEW: Non-Isomerizable Artificial Pigments: Implications for the Primary Light-Induced Events in Bacteriorhodopsin A. Aharoni, B. Hou, N. Friedman, M. Ottolenghi, I. Rousso, S. Ruhman, M. Sheves, T. Ye, and Q. Zhong
1210/1499 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

REVIEW: Photoelectrochemical Cycle of Bacteriorhodopsin I. V. Kalaidzidis, A. D. Kaulen, A. N. Radionov, and L. V. Khitrina
1220/1511 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

REVIEW: Charge Motion during the Photocycle of Bacteriorhodopsin A. Dér and L. Keszthelyi
1234/1527 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

REVIEW: Proton Transport Mechanism of Bacteriorhodopsin as Revealed by Site-Specific Mutagenesis and Protein Sequence Variability L. S. Brown
1249/1546 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

REVIEW: Internal Water Molecules as Mobile Polar Groups for Light-Induced Proton Translocation in Bacteriorhodopsin and Rhodopsin as Studied by Difference FTIR Spectroscopy A. Maeda
1256/1555 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

REVIEW: Infrared Methods for Monitoring the Protonation State of Carboxylic Amino Acids in the Photocycle of Bacteriorhodopsin A. K. Dioumaev
1269/1570 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

REVIEW: Photochemistry and Photoinduced Proton-Transfer by Pharaonis Phoborhodopsin N. Kamo, K. Shimono, M. Iwamoto, and Y. Sudo
1277/1580 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

Kinetics and pH Dependence of Light-Induced Deprotonation of the Schiff Base of Rhodopsin: Possible Coupling to Proton Uptake and Formation of the Active Form of Meta II O. Kuwata, C. Yuan, S. Misra, R. Govindjee, and T. G. Ebrey
1283/1588 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

REVIEW: Rhodopsin Receptors of Phototaxis in Green Flagellate Algae O. A. Sineshchekov and E. G. Govorunova
1300/1609 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

REVIEW: Importance of Lipids for Bacteriorhodopsin Structure, Photocycle, and Function R. W. Hendler and S. Dracheva
1311/1623 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

FTIR Emission Spectra of Bacteriorhodopsin in a Vibrational Excited State E. L. Terpugov and O. V. Degtyareva
1315/1628 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]

Synthesis and Properties of Bacteriorhodopsin Analogs Containing Electron-Density Labels in the Chromophore Moiety E. V. Mironova, A. Yu. Lukin, S. V. Shevyakov, S. G. Alexeeva, V. I. Shvets, O. V. Demina, A. A. Khodonov, and L. V. Khitrina
1323/1638 [Abstract] [Full Article] [Reprint (PDF)]