Time-Resolved Detection of Light-Induced Dimerization of Monomeric Aureochrome-1 and Change in Affinity for DNA.

@article{Akiyama2016TimeResolvedDO,
  title={Time-Resolved Detection of Light-Induced Dimerization of Monomeric Aureochrome-1 and Change in Affinity for DNA.},
  author={Yuki Akiyama and Yusuke Nakasone and Yoichi Nakatani and Osamu Hisatomi and Masahide Terazima},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. B},
  year={2016},
  volume={120 30},
  pages={7360-70}
}
Aureochrome (Aureo) is a recently discovered blue light sensor protein initially from Vaucheria frigida, in which it controls blue light-dependent branch formation and/or development of a sex organ by a light-dependent change in the affinity for DNA. Although photochemical reactions of Aureo-LOV (LOV is a C-terminal light-oxygen-voltage domain) and the N-terminal truncated construct containing a bZIP (N-terminal basic leucine zipper domain) and a LOV domain have previously been reported, the… CONTINUE READING

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