Application of Raman Spectroscopy to Retinal Proteins

@article{Althaus1995ApplicationOR,
  title={Application of Raman Spectroscopy to Retinal Proteins},
  author={T. Althaus and W. Eisfeld and R. Lohrmann and M. Stockburger},
  journal={Israel Journal of Chemistry},
  year={1995},
  volume={35},
  pages={227-251}
}
Raman spectroscopic studies on photoreactive retinal proteins are comprehensively described, including the basic physics of Raman scattering and illustrative examples of the types of information on the structure and function of the retinal chromophore and its environment which can be obtained from the vibrational Raman spectra. In addition, practical advice and recipes are given which should enable the reader to plan and eventually perform a Raman experiment in a photolabile retinal protein. A… Expand
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