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Proton transfer in bacterial reaction centers Second site mutations ASN M44 fwdarw ASN or ARG M223 fwdarw CYS restore photosynthetic competence to ASP L213 fwdarw ASN mutants in RCs from Rhodobacter sphaeroides



Proton transfer in bacterial reaction centers Second site mutations ASN M44 fwdarw ASN or ARG M223 fwdarw CYS restore photosynthetic competence to ASP L213 fwdarw ASN mutants in RCs from Rhodobacter sphaeroides



Murata, N Research in photosynthesis, Vol 1; IXth International Congress on Photosynthesis : 349-356




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