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Resonance energy transfer: methods and applications.
  • P. Wu, L. Brand
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Analytical biochemistry
  • 1 April 1994
Resonance energy transfer is widely used in studies of biomolecular structure and dynamics. It provides information about distances on the order of 10 to 100 A and is thus suitable for investigatingExpand
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Time-resolved fluorescence of proteins.
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Data registration and selective single-molecule analysis using multi-parameter fluorescence detection.
A general strategy to identify and quantify sample molecules in dilute solution employing a new spectroscopic method for data registration and specific burst analysis denoted as multi-parameterExpand
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Fluorescence probes for structure.
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Simultaneous analysis of multiple fluorescence decay curves: A global approach
Abstract A procedure is described for simultaneous analysis of multiple fluorescence decay curves. The advantage of this approach is that it exploits relationships between individual decays. AnalysisExpand
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Profluorescent protease substrates: intramolecular dimers described by the exciton model.
Xanthene dyes are known to form dimers with spectral characteristics that have been interpreted in terms of exciton theory. A unique aspect of H-type dimers is the fluorescence quenching thatExpand
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The effects of conformational heterogeneity on the binding of the Notch intracellular domain to effector proteins: a case of biologically tuned disorder.
Cell-fate decisions in metazoans are frequently guided by the Notch signalling pathway. Notch signalling is orchestrated by a type-1 transmembrane protein, which, upon interacting with extracellularExpand
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Analysis of fluorescence decay curves by means of the Laplace transformation.
A computational procedure is described for the analysis of fluorescence decay data convolved with a lamp flash of finite width. The computer program calculates the ratio of the Laplace transforms ofExpand
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Fluorescence decay studies of reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide in solution and bound to liver alcohol dehydrogenase.
The monophoton counting technique was used to obtain the fluorescence decay kinetics of NADH (dihydronicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) bound to LADH (HORSE LIVER ALCOHOL DEHYDROGENAS). It was foundExpand
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