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1. H+ pumping rhodopsin from the marine alga Acetabularia


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2. Chlamyrhodopsin represents a new type of sensory photoreceptor.

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3. Two light-activated conductances in the eye of the green alga Volvox carteri.

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4. Isolation and characterization of the retinal-binding component of halorhodopsin

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5. All-trans retinal constitutes the functional chromophore in Chlamydomonas rhodopsin

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6. The photocycle of the chloride pump halorhodopsin. I: Azidecatalyzed deprotonation of the chromophore is a side reaction of photocycle intermediates inactivating the pump

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7. The photocycle of the chloride pump halorhodopsin. II: Quantum yields and a kinetic model

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8. Vibrational spectroscopy of an Algal Phot-LOV1 domain probes the molecular changes associated with blue-light reception


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9. Vibrational Spectroscopy of an Algal Phot-LOV1 Domain Probes the Molecular Changes Associated with Blue-Light Reception

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10. Auge, Sehen und Schwindel [The eye, vision and vertigo].


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