Johannes M Foerster

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Protein complex formation is thought to be at least a two-step process, in which the active complex is preceded by the formation of an encounter complex. The interactions in the encounter complex are usually dominated by electrostatic forces, whereas the active complex is also stabilized by noncovalent short-range forces. Here, the complex of cytochrome f(More)
Cytochrome f (Cyt f) and plastocyanin (Pc) form a highly transient complex as part of the photosynthetic redox chain. The complex from Nostoc sp. PCC 7119 was studied by NMR relaxation spectroscopy with the aim of determining the orientation of Pc relative to Cyt f. Chemical-shift-perturbation analysis showed that the presence of spin labels on the surface(More)
In order to investigate whether the performance of microbolometer based heat imaging devices can be improved by excimer laser annealing, we performed several experiments on amorphous silicon layers. Samples with unstructured and structured amorphous silicon layers, which are fabricated with different doping concentrations using a plasma enhanced chemical(More)
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