Colin A. Wraight

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The redox midpoint potential (E(m)) of Q(A), the primary quinone of bacterial reaction centers, is substantially modulated by the protein environment. Quite subtle mutations in the Q(A) binding site,(More)
The orientation of a methoxy substituent is known to substantially influence the electron affinity and vibrational spectroscopy of benzoquinones, and has been suggested to be important in determining(More)