Phosphorescence and optical detection of magnetic resonance of cowpea chlorotic mottle virus.


Phosphorescence spectra of the tryptophan residues in cowpea chlorotic mottle virus were recorded at 77 K and the influence of the quaternary structure on the emission characteristics was investigated. The position of the phosphorescence maxima appeared to be invariant under changes in the aggregation state of the virus particle. In contrast to the results… (More)


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