A novel photoreaction mechanism for the circadian blue light photoreceptor Drosophila cryptochrome

Berndt A, Kottke T, Breitkreuz H, Dvorsky R, Hennig S, Alexander M, Wolf E (2007)
JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 282(17): 13011-13021.

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Berndt A, Kottke T, Breitkreuz H, et al. A novel photoreaction mechanism for the circadian blue light photoreceptor Drosophila cryptochrome. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 2007;282(17):13011-13021.
Berndt, A., Kottke, T., Breitkreuz, H., Dvorsky, R., Hennig, S., Alexander, M., & Wolf, E. (2007). A novel photoreaction mechanism for the circadian blue light photoreceptor Drosophila cryptochrome. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 282(17), 13011-13021. doi:10.1074/jbc.M608872200
Berndt, A., Kottke, T., Breitkreuz, H., Dvorsky, R., Hennig, S., Alexander, M., and Wolf, E. (2007). A novel photoreaction mechanism for the circadian blue light photoreceptor Drosophila cryptochrome. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 282, 13011-13021.
Berndt, A., et al., 2007. A novel photoreaction mechanism for the circadian blue light photoreceptor Drosophila cryptochrome. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 282(17), p 13011-13021.
A. Berndt, et al., “A novel photoreaction mechanism for the circadian blue light photoreceptor Drosophila cryptochrome”, JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, vol. 282, 2007, pp. 13011-13021.
Berndt, A., Kottke, T., Breitkreuz, H., Dvorsky, R., Hennig, S., Alexander, M., Wolf, E.: A novel photoreaction mechanism for the circadian blue light photoreceptor Drosophila cryptochrome. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 282, 13011-13021 (2007).
Berndt, Alex, Kottke, Tilman, Breitkreuz, Helena, Dvorsky, Radovan, Hennig, Sven, Alexander, Michael, and Wolf, Eva. “A novel photoreaction mechanism for the circadian blue light photoreceptor Drosophila cryptochrome”. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 282.17 (2007): 13011-13021.
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