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Membrane invagination in Rhodobacter sphaeroides is initiated at curved regions of the cytoplasmic membrane, then forms both budded and fully detached spherical vesicles
‘Free‐living’ ICM vesicles, which possess all the machinery for converting light energy into ATP, can be regarded as bacterial membrane organelles.
Adaptation of intracytoplasmic membranes to altered light intensity in Rhodobacter sphaeroides.
Comparison of the physical characteristics of chlorosomes from three different phyla of green phototrophic bacteria.
Experimental evidence that the membrane-spanning helix of PufX adopts a bent conformation that facilitates dimerisation of the Rhodobacter sphaeroides RC-LH1 complex through N-terminal interactions.
Carotenoids are essential for normal levels of dimerisation of the RC-LH1-PufX core complex of Rhodobacter sphaeroides: characterisation of R-26 as a crtB (phytoene synthase) mutant.
Correlated fluorescence quenching and topographic mapping of Light-Harvesting Complex II within surface-assembled aggregates and lipid bilayers
Lipopolysaccharide-induced dynamic lipid membrane reorganization: tubules, perforations, and stacks.
Ionic effects on the behavior of thermoresponsive PEO–PNIPAAm block copolymers
The temperature-dependent aggregation and recovery of the copolymer poly(ethylene oxide)22-b-poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)29 with a C12 end-cap in aqueous solutions of salts and acids are investigated.…
Monomeric RC-LH1 core complexes retard LH2 assembly and intracytoplasmic membrane formation in PufX-minus mutants of Rhodobacter sphaeroides.
Diblock copolymer micelles and supported films with noncovalently incorporated chromophores: a modular platform for efficient energy transfer.
We report generation of modular, artificial light-harvesting assemblies where an amphiphilic diblock copolymer, poly(ethylene oxide)-block-poly(butadiene), serves as the framework for noncovalent…