Rotational mobility associated with the protein moiety of human serum lipoproteins from tryptophan phosphorescence anisotropy measurements.

@article{Kim1983RotationalMA,
  title={Rotational mobility associated with the protein moiety of human serum lipoproteins from tryptophan phosphorescence anisotropy measurements.},
  author={H Kim and William C. Galley},
  journal={Canadian journal of biochemistry and cell biology = Revue canadienne de biochimie et biologie cellulaire},
  year={1983},
  volume={61 1},
  pages={46-53}
}
The steady-state phosphorescence anisotropy of human low density (LDL) and very low density (VLDL) serum lipoproteins in a glycerol--buffer solvent has been investigated. By virtue of the long lifetime of the triplet state, depolarization of the emission resulting from slow rotational motions is observed between -90 and -50 degrees C. Despite the number of… CONTINUE READING