THE MULTIPLE PIGMENT-PROTEINS OF THE PHOTOSYSTEM I ANTENNA*

@inproceedings{Preiss1993THEMP,
  title={THE MULTIPLE PIGMENT-PROTEINS OF THE PHOTOSYSTEM I ANTENNA*},
  author={Susanne Preiss and Gary F. Peter and Shivanthi Anandan and J. Philip Thornber},
  year={1993}
}
A photosystem I (PS I) holocomplex was obtained from barley by ultracentrifugation of PS I-enriched stroma lamellae on sucrose gradients. Further solubilization with glycosidic surfactants followed by Deriphat-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE) fractionated the holocomplex into its core complex (CC I) and individual light-harvesting I (LHC I) pigment-protein subcomplexes. The LHC I containschlorophyll a, all of the chlorophyll b of PS I and xanthophylls but no carotenes 

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