Pigment-pigment interactions in PCP of Amphidinium carterae investigated by nonlinear polarization spectroscopy in the frequency domain.

@article{Krikunova2006PigmentpigmentII,
  title={Pigment-pigment interactions in PCP of Amphidinium carterae investigated by nonlinear polarization spectroscopy in the frequency domain.},
  author={Maria Krikunova and Heiko Lokstein and Dieter Leupold and Roger G. Hiller and Bernd Voigt},
  journal={Biophysical journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={90 1},
  pages={261-71}
}
Peridinin-chlorophyll a-protein (PCP) is a unique antenna complex in dinoflagellates that employs peridinin (a carotenoid) as its main light-harvesting pigment. Strong excitonic interactions between peridinins, as well as between peridinins and chlorophylls (Chls) a, can be expected from the short intermolecular distances revealed by the crystal structure. Different experimental approaches of nonlinear polarization spectroscopy in the frequency domain (NLPF) were used to investigate the various… CONTINUE READING

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