Photoreaction of Plant and DASH Cryptochromes Probed by Infrared Spectroscopy: The Neutral Radical State of Flavoproteins

Immeln D, Pokorny R, Herman E, Moldt J, Batschauer A, Kottke T (2010)
Journal of Physical Chemistry B 114(51): 17155-17161.

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Immeln D, Pokorny R, Herman E, Moldt J, Batschauer A, Kottke T. Photoreaction of Plant and DASH Cryptochromes Probed by Infrared Spectroscopy: The Neutral Radical State of Flavoproteins. Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 2010;114(51):17155-17161.
Immeln, D., Pokorny, R., Herman, E., Moldt, J., Batschauer, A., & Kottke, T. (2010). Photoreaction of Plant and DASH Cryptochromes Probed by Infrared Spectroscopy: The Neutral Radical State of Flavoproteins. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 114(51), 17155-17161.
Immeln, D., Pokorny, R., Herman, E., Moldt, J., Batschauer, A., and Kottke, T. (2010). Photoreaction of Plant and DASH Cryptochromes Probed by Infrared Spectroscopy: The Neutral Radical State of Flavoproteins. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 114, 17155-17161.
Immeln, D., et al., 2010. Photoreaction of Plant and DASH Cryptochromes Probed by Infrared Spectroscopy: The Neutral Radical State of Flavoproteins. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 114(51), p 17155-17161.
D. Immeln, et al., “Photoreaction of Plant and DASH Cryptochromes Probed by Infrared Spectroscopy: The Neutral Radical State of Flavoproteins”, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol. 114, 2010, pp. 17155-17161.
Immeln, D., Pokorny, R., Herman, E., Moldt, J., Batschauer, A., Kottke, T.: Photoreaction of Plant and DASH Cryptochromes Probed by Infrared Spectroscopy: The Neutral Radical State of Flavoproteins. Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 114, 17155-17161 (2010).
Immeln, Dominik, Pokorny, Richard, Herman, Elena, Moldt, Julia, Batschauer, Alfred, and Kottke, Tilman. “Photoreaction of Plant and DASH Cryptochromes Probed by Infrared Spectroscopy: The Neutral Radical State of Flavoproteins”. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 114.51 (2010): 17155-17161.
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