Laser flash absorption spectroscopy study of ferredoxin reduction by photosystem I: spectral and kinetic evidence for the existence of several photosystem I-ferredoxin complexes.

@article{Stif1995LaserFA,
  title={Laser flash absorption spectroscopy study of ferredoxin reduction by photosystem I: spectral and kinetic evidence for the existence of several photosystem I-ferredoxin complexes.},
  author={Pierre S{\'e}tif and Herv{\'e} Bottin},
  journal={Biochemistry},
  year={1995},
  volume={34 28},
  pages={9059-70}
}
The existence of three first-order phases has been previously reported for the reduction of soluble ferredoxin by photosystem I (PSI), both from the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 (at pH 8 and in the presence of salts) [Sétif, P. Q. Y., & Bottin, H. (1994) Biochemistry 33, 8495-8504]. The spectra of these three phases (t1/2 < 1 microsecond, = 13-20 and 103-123 microseconds) have been measured between 460 and 600 nm. All of them are fully consistent with electron transfer from (FA,FB… CONTINUE READING

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