Characterizing Membrane Proteins with Two-dimensional IR Spectroscopy

Characterizing Membrane Proteins with Two-dimensional IR Spectroscopy

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This behaviour is highly consistent with a recently reported experimental model of the protein and water accessibility as observed by MD simulations. The data support the proposed transmembrane CD3xi structure, and the simulations point out to the structural disorder of water and lipid headgroups to be the major source of inhomogeneous broadening.A schematic diagram of the mid IR laser generation is shown in Figure 2.1a. At the very beginning we have a Millenia (a diode laser) which seeds the Oscillator. ... doubled with a temperature maintained LBO crystal to emit a continuous wave green laser (wavelength 532 nm). ... the instrument control the vertical and horizontal pointing of the end mirrors of the cavity and the remaining two control the twoanbsp;...

Title:Characterizing Membrane Proteins with Two-dimensional IR Spectroscopy
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008

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