Jennifer Kruse

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A family of planar gold RF microcoils were fabricated using microlithography on a gallium arsenide substrate. The microcoils were used in 1H nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy experiments at 300 MHz (7.05 T). These new microcoils are a key component in the design of integrated MR coils and amplifiers for NMR microspectroscopy.
Fluorometric determination of the chlorophyll (Chl) content of cyanobacteria is impeded by the unique structure of their photosynthetic apparatus, i.e., the phycobilisomes (PBSs) in the light-harvesting antennae. The problems are caused by the variations in the ratio of the pigment PC to Chl a resulting from adaptation to varying environmental conditions.(More)
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