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Coupling of proton transfer to electron transfer in bacterial photosynthetic reaction centers Direct observation of carboxyl group protonation upon secondary quinone reduction



Coupling of proton transfer to electron transfer in bacterial photosynthetic reaction centers Direct observation of carboxyl group protonation upon secondary quinone reduction



Biological Chemistry Hoppe-Seyler 374(9): 829




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