Closing in on bacteriorhodopsin: progress in understanding the molecule.

@article{Haupts1999ClosingIO,
  title={Closing in on bacteriorhodopsin: progress in understanding the molecule.},
  author={U M Haupts and Joerg Tittor and Dieter Oesterhelt},
  journal={Annual review of biophysics and biomolecular structure},
  year={1999},
  volume={28},
  pages={367-99}
}
Bacteriorhodopsin is the best understood ion transport protein and has become a paradigm for membrane proteins in general and transporters in particular. Models up to 2.5 A resolution of bacteriorhodopsin's structure have been published during the last three years and are basic for understanding its function. Thus one focus of this review is to summarize and to compare these models in detail. Another focus is to follow the protein through its catalytic cycle in summarizing more recent… CONTINUE READING

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