Photoconversion and Fluorescence Properties of a Red/Green-Type Cyanobacteriochrome AM1_C0023g2 That Binds Not Only Phycocyanobilin But Also Biliverdin

@article{Fushimi2016PhotoconversionAF,
  title={Photoconversion and Fluorescence Properties of a Red/Green-Type Cyanobacteriochrome AM1_C0023g2 That Binds Not Only Phycocyanobilin But Also Biliverdin},
  author={Keiji Fushimi and Takahiro Nakajima and Yuki Aono and Tatsuro Yamamoto and Ni-Ni-Win and Masahiko Ikeuchi and Moritoshi Sato and Rei Narikawa},
  journal={Frontiers in microbiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={7},
  pages={
          588
        }
}
Cyanobacteriochromes (CBCRs) are distantly related to the red/far-red responsive phytochromes. Red/green-type CBCRs are widely distributed among various cyanobacteria. The red/green-type CBCRs covalently bind phycocyanobilin (PCB) and show red/green reversible photoconversion. Recent studies revealed that some red/green-type CBCRs from chlorophyll d-bearing cyanobacterium Acaryochloris marina covalently bind not only PCB but also biliverdin (BV). The BV-binding CBCRs show far-red/orange… CONTINUE READING
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