Michelle Nappi

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The cyanobacterium Fremyella diplosiphon can alternate its light-harvesting pigments, a process called comple-mentary chromatic adaptation (CCA), allowing it to photosynthesize in green light (GL) and in fluctuating light conditions. Nevertheless, F. diplosiphon requires chlorophylls for photosynthesis under all light conditions. Two alternative enzymes(More)
Double-labelled [methyl-14C,5-3H]CDPcholine has been synthesized and subjected to a pharmacokinetic analysis in several biological systems. In transport experiments with intact human erythrocytes no incorporation of radioactivity is observable. On the other hand the results obtained with perfused rat liver suggest a rapid cleavage of the pyrophosphate(More)
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