Jodi G. Lees

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Single 6-h pulses of dark were presented to golden hamsters displaying split circadian activity rhythms in constant light. The differential responses of the split components immediately following a 6-h dark pulse suggests that each component has a separate and similar bidirectional phase response curve, similar in shape to that described by other(More)
Conventional circular dichroism (cCD) spectroscopy is a valuable tool for secondary structure analyses of proteins. In recent years, it has been possible to use synchrotrons as light sources for CD, with the technique being known as Synchrotron Radiation Circular Dichroism (SRCD). In this study, the spectra of two proteins, the primarily helical myoglobin(More)
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