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Photosynthesis pp 419-430 | Cite as

Photosystem I Introduction

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Part of the Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration book series (AIPH, volume 10)

Keywords

Reaction Center Photosynthetic Bacterium Chlorophyll Molecule Pigment Molecule Synechococcus Elongatus 
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    JH Golbeck (1993) The structure of photosystem I. Current Opinions in Structural Biology 3: 508–514CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    N Krau, W Hinrichs, I Witt, P Fromme, W Pritzkow, Z Dauter, C Betzel, KS Wilson, HT Witt and W Saenger (1993) Three-dimensional structure of system I of photosynthesis at 6 - resolution. Nature 361: 326–331Google Scholar
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    N Krau, W-D Schubert, O Klukas, P Fromme, HT Witt and W Saenger (1996) Photosystem I at 4 - resolution represents the first structural model of a joint photosynthetic reaction centre and core antenna system. Nature Structural Biology 3: 965–973Google Scholar
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    W-D Schubert, O Klukas, N Krau, W Saenger, P Fromme and HT Witt (1997) Photosystem I of Synechococcus elongatus at 4 - resolution: Comprehensive structure analysis. J Mol Biol 272: 741–769PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    K Brettel (1997) Electron transfer and arrangement of the redox cofactors in photosystem I. Biochim Biophys Acta 1318: 322–373Google Scholar

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