Nanosecond optical spectra of iron-cobalt hybrid hemoglobins: geminate recombination, conformational changes, and intersubunit communication.


Hybrid hemoglobins were prepared in which cobalt was substituted for the heme iron in either the alpha or beta subunits. Transient optical absorption spectra were measured at room temperature for these hybrids at time intervals between 0 and 50 ms following photodissociation of the carbon monoxide complex with 10-ns laser pulses. The cobalt porphyrins do… (More)


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