Conformational flexibility of membrane proteins in electric fields I. Ultraviolet absorbance and light scattering of bacteriorhodopsin in purple membranes

Tsuji K, Neumann E (1983)
Biophysical Chemistry 17(2): 153-163.

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Tsuji K, Neumann E. Conformational flexibility of membrane proteins in electric fields I. Ultraviolet absorbance and light scattering of bacteriorhodopsin in purple membranes. Biophysical Chemistry. 1983;17(2):153-163.
Tsuji, K., & Neumann, E. (1983). Conformational flexibility of membrane proteins in electric fields I. Ultraviolet absorbance and light scattering of bacteriorhodopsin in purple membranes. Biophysical Chemistry, 17(2), 153-163.
Tsuji, K., and Neumann, E. (1983). Conformational flexibility of membrane proteins in electric fields I. Ultraviolet absorbance and light scattering of bacteriorhodopsin in purple membranes. Biophysical Chemistry 17, 153-163.
Tsuji, K., & Neumann, E., 1983. Conformational flexibility of membrane proteins in electric fields I. Ultraviolet absorbance and light scattering of bacteriorhodopsin in purple membranes. Biophysical Chemistry, 17(2), p 153-163.
K. Tsuji and E. Neumann, “Conformational flexibility of membrane proteins in electric fields I. Ultraviolet absorbance and light scattering of bacteriorhodopsin in purple membranes”, Biophysical Chemistry, vol. 17, 1983, pp. 153-163.
Tsuji, K., Neumann, E.: Conformational flexibility of membrane proteins in electric fields I. Ultraviolet absorbance and light scattering of bacteriorhodopsin in purple membranes. Biophysical Chemistry. 17, 153-163 (1983).
Tsuji, Kinko, and Neumann, Eberhard. “Conformational flexibility of membrane proteins in electric fields I. Ultraviolet absorbance and light scattering of bacteriorhodopsin in purple membranes”. Biophysical Chemistry 17.2 (1983): 153-163.
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