Response of the Sensory Animal-like Cryptochrome aCRY to Blue and Red Light As Revealed by Infrared Difference Spectroscopy

Spexard M, Thöing C, Beel B, Mittag M, Kottke T (2014)
Biochemistry 53(6): 1041-1050.

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Spexard M, Thöing C, Beel B, Mittag M, Kottke T. Response of the Sensory Animal-like Cryptochrome aCRY to Blue and Red Light As Revealed by Infrared Difference Spectroscopy. Biochemistry. 2014;53(6):1041-1050.
Spexard, M., Thöing, C., Beel, B., Mittag, M., & Kottke, T. (2014). Response of the Sensory Animal-like Cryptochrome aCRY to Blue and Red Light As Revealed by Infrared Difference Spectroscopy. Biochemistry, 53(6), 1041-1050.
Spexard, M., Thöing, C., Beel, B., Mittag, M., and Kottke, T. (2014). Response of the Sensory Animal-like Cryptochrome aCRY to Blue and Red Light As Revealed by Infrared Difference Spectroscopy. Biochemistry 53, 1041-1050.
Spexard, M., et al., 2014. Response of the Sensory Animal-like Cryptochrome aCRY to Blue and Red Light As Revealed by Infrared Difference Spectroscopy. Biochemistry, 53(6), p 1041-1050.
M. Spexard, et al., “Response of the Sensory Animal-like Cryptochrome aCRY to Blue and Red Light As Revealed by Infrared Difference Spectroscopy”, Biochemistry, vol. 53, 2014, pp. 1041-1050.
Spexard, M., Thöing, C., Beel, B., Mittag, M., Kottke, T.: Response of the Sensory Animal-like Cryptochrome aCRY to Blue and Red Light As Revealed by Infrared Difference Spectroscopy. Biochemistry. 53, 1041-1050 (2014).
Spexard, Meike, Thöing, Christian, Beel, Benedikt, Mittag, Maria, and Kottke, Tilman. “Response of the Sensory Animal-like Cryptochrome aCRY to Blue and Red Light As Revealed by Infrared Difference Spectroscopy”. Biochemistry 53.6 (2014): 1041-1050.
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