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by Tsoo E. King,Martin Klingenberg

  • Author: Tsoo E. King,Martin Klingenberg
  • ISBN: 0824713753
  • ISBN13: 978-0824713751
  • ePub: 1809 kb | FB2: 1472 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dekker (Marcel) Inc.,U.S. (December 10, 1971)
  • Pages: 337
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New Biological Books. Electron and Coupled Energy Transfer in Biological Systems. Volume 1. Part A. Tsoo E. King, Martin Klingenberg. Volume 1, Part B.

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Published 1971 by M. Dekker in New York. QP521 E52. ID Numbers.

Energy Coupling And Ion Transport. Energy Transfer in Solute Carrier Transport. Interaction of Quinine with Mitochondrial K+ Transport Mechanisms. Professor Tsoo E. King, to whom this volume is dedicated, has made enormous contributions to the field of isolation and reconstitution of membrane proteins and has continued to explore the frontiers of bioener­ getics. In particular, his persistent proposals on the existence of ubiquinone binding proteins from conceptualization to experimentation eventually convinced many scientists to study these proteins further.

This paper considers electron transfer between biological molecules in terms of a nonadiabatic multiphonon .

This paper considers electron transfer between biological molecules in terms of a nonadiabatic multiphonon nonradiative decay process in a dense medium. Vibronic coupling in the individual molecules produces an activation energy to transfer at high temperatures, and ent tunneling (when energetically allowed) at low temperature.

In inner sphere electron transfer, a ligand bridges the two metal redox centers during the electron transfer event. Inner sphere reactions are inhibited by large ligands, which prevent the formation of the crucial bridged intermediate.

Electron and coupled energy transfer in biological systems. by Eds. King & Martin Klingenberg. ISBN: 978-0-8247-1375-1. ISBN-10: 0-8247-1375-3.

Electron transfer in biological systems: an overview. The nature of electron transfer and energy coupling reactions. Experientia, Vol. 40, Issue. Energy- coupling mechanisms in mitochondria: kinetic, spectroscopic, and thermodynamic properties of an energy-transducing form of cytochrome b. Proc.

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