Gordon L. Hug

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A slow, long range electron transfer (SLRET) in human serum albumin (HSA) is observed from an intact tyrosine (Tyr) residue to the neutral tryptophan (Trp) radical (Trp·) generated in pulse radiolysis. This radical is formed, at neutral pH, through oxidation with Br 2 ·− radical anions of the single Trp 214 present. The SLRET rate constant of ~0.2 s−1(More)
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