TitleAbstractYear(sorted ascending)
protein components of bacterial photosynthetic membranes. 19724115110
role of bound adp in photosynthetic atp formation by chromatophores from rhodospirillum rubrum. 19724198252
[substrate utilization and bacteriochlorophyll synthesis by rhodospirillum rubrum under anaerobic conditions in the dark. i. dependence of bacteriochlorophyl synthesis on substrate concentration and electron acceptor]. 19724145604
[photophosphorylation and binding of phosphates to chromatophores in rhodospirillum rubrum]. 19724145605
acid-base indicator for the measurement of rapid changes in hydrogen ion concentration. 19724206743
[formation of different forms of hydrogenases in rhodospirillum rubrum depending on the growing conditions]. 19734208935
immunochemical studies on function of nadh: hemeprotein oxidoreductase in electron transport system of chromatophores from rhodospirillum rubrum. 19734146749
immunological studies on function of nadh: quinone oxidoreductase in electron transport system of chromatophores from rhodospirillum rubrum. 19734146750
[alcohol components of bacteriophyll a from rhodospirillum rubrum]. 19734196489
[occurrence of bacteriochlorophyll a p and a gin strains of all species of the rhodospirillaceae]. 19734197122
ultrastructure of rhodospirillum rubrum after freeze-etching. 19734210026
circular dichroism studies on protohemoproteins. 3. cytochrome b5 from rabbit liver microsomes, and cytochrome b-557.5 from rhodospirillum rubrum. 19734198544
atomic coordinates for ferricytochrome c2 of rhodospirillum rubrum. 19734200400
the bacteriochlorophyll absorption band shifts linked with the energy state of photosynthetic bacteria membranes. 19734200406
effect of low-intensity light on growth response and bacteriochlorophyll concentration in rhodospirillum rubrum mutant c.photosynthesizing cells of rhodospirillum rubrum mutant c underwent adaptation for growth in low-light conditions. during adaptation there was a transitory increase in the generation time and the bacteriochlorophyll a content of the cells.19734200847
growth properties of rhodospirillum rubrum mutants and fermentation of pyruvate in anaerobic, dart conditions.mutant c and g1 were obtained earlier from rhodospirillum rubrum s(1) during growth in the dark under strict anaerobic conditions in medium containing sodium pyruvate. mutant c and mutant g1 grew in the dark with generation times of 5.8 h and 4.6 h, respectively. mutant c cells grew equally well when switched between anaerobic (dark or light) or aerobic, dark conditions. mutant g1 cells grew only in the dark (anaerobic or aerobic conditions), but a fraction of cells in anaerobic, dark cultures g ...19734200859
the pathway of carbon dioxide assimilation in rhodospirillum rubrum grown in turbidostat continuous-flow culture. 19734201020
laser flash photolysis studies of chlorin and porphyrin systems. i. energetics of the triplet state of bacteriochlorophyll. 19734201440
monomolecular films of bacteriochlorophyll and derivatives at an air-water interface: surface and spectral properties. 19734201590
control of magnesium-protoporphyrin chelatase activity in rhodopseudomonas spheroides. role of light, oxygen, and electron and energy transfer.1. magnesium-protoporphyrin chelatase activity, previously shown in whole cells of rhodopseudomonas spheroides, could not be demonstrated in cell-free extracts prepared in different ways, although spheroplasts retained moderate activity. slight activity was detected also in whole cells of rhodospirillum rubrum. 2. the effects on the activity of the enzyme of inhibitors of electron and energy transfer were studied in whole cells of rps. spheroides. amytal, rotenone, azide and cyanide inhibited at ...19734202754
comparison of phototrap complexes from chromatophores of rhodospirillum rubrum, rhodopseudomonas spheroides, and the r-26 mutant of rhodopseudomonas spheroides. 19734204253
[a comparative study of photooxidation of chlorophyll analogs in an aqueous solution of detergents]. 19734204958
studies on ion transport in cells of photosynthetic bacteria. i. the key role of anions in determining the direction and magnitude of hydrogen ion flux. 19734205458
studies on ion transport in cells of photosynthetic bacteria. ii. analysis of reversed hydrogen ion change. 19734205459
studies on ion transport in cells of photosynthetic bacteria. 3. the influence of uncouplers on hydrogen ion change. 19734205460
competition between pi and ph indicators in photosynthetic atp formation in chromatophores of rhodospirillum rubrum. 19734205462
[comparative study of nitrogen fixation in purple bacteria]. 19734205730
the influence of 2-hydroxybiphenyl on membranes of rhodospirillum rubrum. 19734130016
transhydrogenase-induced responses of carotenoids, bacteriochlorophyll and penetrating anions in rhodospirillum rubrum chromatophores. 19734145457
membrane differentiation in phototrophically growing rhodospirillum rubrum during transition from low to high light intensity. 19734148662
two different nadh dehydrogenases in respiration of rhodospirillum rubrum chromatophores. 19734149985
the structure of oxidized cytochrome c 2 of rhodospirillum rubrum. 19734350650
photochemical systems of rhodospirillum rubrum. light-induced reactions and biological functions of c-type cytochromes in relation to p-870. 19734351207
spin-state correlations in near infrared spectroscopy of cytochrome c'.characteristic absorption spectra in the ultraviolet, visible, and near infrared regions are correlated with spin state in ferriheme proteins. weak, diffuse bands in the near infrared exhibit maxima at about 1000-1100 nm (high spin) and at about 1450-1750 nm (low spin). in these and earlier studies such correlations have been established for several ferriheme proteins, but less extensively than in the more well-known cases of soret and visible band maxima. we have strengthened the correlation in ...19734352658
[photoinduced reactions of pigments of the non-sulfur purple bacterium rhodospirillum rubrum in the region 400-600 nm]. 19734218854
in vitro formation of nitrate reductase using extracts of the nitrate reductase mutant of neurospora crassa, nit-1, and rhodospirillum vitro formation of reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (nadph)-nitrate reductase (nadph: nitrate oxido-reductase, ec has been attained by using extracts of the nitrate reductase mutant of neurospora crassa, nit-1, and extracts of either photosynthetically or heterotrophically grown rhodospirillum rubrum, which contribute the constitutive component. the in vitro formation of nadph-nitrate reductase is characterized by the conversion of the flavin adenine dinucleotide ( ...19734270447
purification and properties of coupling factor (ca2+-dependent adenosine triphosphatase) from rhodospirillum rubrum. 19734272539
recurrence of the cytochrome fold in a nitrate-respiring bacterium. 19734355597
structural bases for function in cytochromes c. an interpretation of comparative x-ray and biochemical data. 19734356258
absorption changes of carotenoids and bacteriochlorophyll in energized chromatophores of rhodospirillum rubrum. 19734360256
electron and proton transport in rhodospirillum rubrum chromatophores. 19734360811
[photoinduced absorption of hydrophobic penetrating anions by rhodospirillum rubrum non-sulfur purple bacteria]. 19734209366
fluorescence polarization and pigment orientation in photosynthetic bacteria. 19734196189
fat metabolism in higher plants. lvi. distribution and nature of biotin in chloroplasts of different plant species. 19734196182
homoserine dehydrogenase of rhodospirillum rubrum. enzyme polymerization in the presence and absence of threonine. 19734200889
formation and decomposition of pyrophosphate related to bacterial photophosphorylation. 19734353266
the structure of ferrocytochrome c at 2.45 a resolution. 19734358609
adpg synthetase and adpg- -glucan 4-glucosyl transferase: enzymes involved in bacterial glycogen and plant starch synthesis. 19734633325
a carotenoprotein from chromatophoreses of rhodospirillum rubrum. 19734633529
growth and adaptive hydrogen production of rhodospirillum rubrum (f 1 ) in anaerobic dark cultures. 19734633594
[allosteric control of pyruvate kinase from rhodospirillum rubrum by inorganic phosphate and sugar phosphate esters]. 19734633838
electron nuclear double resonance of bacteriochlorophyll free radical in vitro and in vivo. 19734689331
pyruvic decarboxylase and acetoin formation in athiorhodaceae. 19734754749
host range and properties of the pseudomonas aeruginosa r factor r1822.r1822, a plasmid specifying multiple drug resistances, has been transferred to a variety of species representative of related and unrelated genera. the host range of the plasmid includes enterobacteriaceae, soil saprophytes, neisseria perflava, and photosynthetic bacteria. with the acquisition of drug resistance(s), these strains became sensitive to a small, ribonuclease-sensitive bacteriophage, designated prr1, isolated by enrichment from sewage.19734632321
anion radical of bacteriochlorophyll. 19734632875
comparative study of the circular dichroism spectra of reaction centers from several photosynthetic bacteria. 19734630407
photosynthetic carbon dioxide assimilation by rhodospirillum rubrum. 19734630715
resolution of enzymes catalyzing energy-linked transhydrogenation. iv. reconstitution of adenosine triphosphate-driven transhydrogenation in depleted chromatophores of rhodospirillum rubrum by the transhydrogenase factor and a soluble oligomycin-insensitive mg ++ -adenosine triphosphatase. 19734630853
anomalous ligand binding by a class of high spin c-type cytochromes. 19734346352
on the nature of the light-induced bacteriochlorophyll absorbance changes in chromatophores of rhodospirillum rubrum. 197311947102
comparative studies on nicotinamide nucleotide transhydrogenase from different sources.(1) nicotinamide nucleotide transhydrogenases in submitochondrial particles from beef heart mitochondria, chromatophores from rhodospirillum rubrum and membrane preparations from escherichia coli and pseudomonas aeruginosa have been compared with respect to the following properties: stereospecificity for the 4-hydrogen of nadh, reactivity with 3'-nadp, inhibition by palmityl-coa, sensitivity tot rypsin, and effects of ca2+ and 2'-amp on the reaction rates. (2) transhydrogenases from submitochond ...197419400036
role of photophosphorylation coupling factor in energy conversion by depleted chromatophores of rhodospirillum rubrum. 19744362685
natural antibodies and the intestinal flora of rodents. 19744606835
kinetics of the photo-induced epr signal in whole-cell rhodospirillum rubrum: effects of light intensity, dark adaptation, temperature, and microwave power. 19744365442
destabilization of membranes with chaotropic ions. 19744370616
energization of ntp-ndp kinase by acid-base transition leading to atp formation. 19744373442
ligand-induced oligomerization and regulatory mechanism. 19744374339
distribution of purple photosynthetic bacteria in wetland and woodland habitats of central and northern minnesota.enrichment cultures for purple nonsulfur and sulfur photosynthetic bacteria were prepared from soil samples collected in central and northern minnesota. the purple nonsulfur bacteria were found in most wetland soils sampled but were uncommon in woodland and grassland soils. the ph range of the soils in which these bacteria occurred was 3.8 to 7.8, and the oxidation-reduction potential (e(h)) range was +510 to -65 mv. soils with a ph below 5.0 or an e(h) above +370 mv had few purple nonsulfur bac ...19744590487
proteins of the inner membrane of escherichia coli: identification of succinate dehydrogenase by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis with sdh amber mutants.the inner or cytoplasmic membrane fraction of the cell envelope of escherichia coli was isolated by isopycnic centrifugation on sucrose gradients. the membrane proteins were analyzed by electrophoresis in sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gels (8.5%), and up to 56 bands were resolved. different preparations gave very similar patterns of proteins. succinate dehydrogenase mutants (sdh) were isolated which could not grow on succinate minimal medium, although growth on fumarate was unimpaired. t ...19744591960
[natural electron donors in the process of nitrogen fixation]. 19744619170
proton magnetic resonance spectra of rhodospirillum rubrum cytochrome c2.nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of ferro- and ferricytochrome c(2) from the facultative photoheterotroph, rhodospirillum rubrum, obtained with a 220-mhz spectrometer, are presented. assignments to protons of various important structural groups in contact with or near the prosthetic heme group are given. these include (a) in the ferro-form, methyl, cbeta and cgamma protons of the extraplanar ligand residue, methionine 91, and methyl protons of the residue leucine 32; and (b) corresponding prot ...19744373707
logical analysis of the mechanism of protein folding ii. the nucleation process. 19744364589
redox potentiometry in mitochondrial and photosynthetic bioenergetics. 19744154105
triplet states in photosynthesis. 19744375477
different pathways for fructose and glucose utilization in rhodopseudomonas capsulata and demonstration of 1-phosphofructokinase in phototrophic bacteria. 19744277436
conformation changes in cytochrome c2 from rhodospirillum rubrum. 19744368530
p430, a possible primary electron acceptor in rhodospirillum rubrum. 19744369098
a spin-label study of the photosynthetic bacterium, rhodospirillum rubrum; reduction and regeneration of nitroxide spin-labels. 19744369732
reaction center bacteriochlorophyll triplet states: redox potential dependence and kinetics. 19744370313
an immunological and electrophoretic study of rhodospirillum rubrum chromatophore fragments. 19744215370
energy-linked reactions in photosynthetic bacteria. ix. pi-ppi exchange in rhodospirillum rubrum. 19744371026
cytochrome c-552 and cytochrome c-554 derived from nitrosomonas europaea. purification, properties, and their function in hydroxylamine oxidation. 19744372235
studies on esr spectra of chromatophores from rhodospirillum rubrum. 19744372239
flash photolysis-electron spin resonance study of the effect of o-phenanthroline and temperature on the decay time of the esr signal b1 in reaction-center preparations and chromatophores of mutant and wild strains of rhodopseudomonas spheroides and rhodospirillum rubrum. 19744373063
eukaryotic cytochrome c-like properties of cytochrome c-550 (thiobacillus novellus). 19744373290
sulfite reductase activity in extracts of various photosynthetic bacteria.extracts of representative bacterial strains from the various families of photosynthetic prokaryotes are demonstrated to possess significant levels of sulfite reductase [ec; hydrogen-sulfide: (acceptor)oxidoreductase] activity with reduced methyl viologen as electron donor, but not nadph(2). the enzyme is localized primarily in the soluble fraction of the extracts, in contrast to adenylysulfate reductase [ec; amp, sulfite: (acceptor) oxidoreductase], which is bound normally in ...19744526215
[membrane potential in the chromatophores of rhodospirillum rubrum conditioned by a transhydrogenase reaction]. 19744150987
light-dependent synthesis of glutamate in rhodospirillum rubrum. physiological evidence for ammonia assimilation via the glutamine synthetase and glutamine: 2-oxoglutarate amino-transferase system. 19744151925
[lipopolysaccharides from rhodospirillaceae: composition and taxonomic relevance]. 19744154665
a soluble transhydrogenase enzyme from rhodospirillum rubrum chromatophores. 19744155373
[nitrate utilization by purple bacteria]. 19744155788
chemical and physical properties of a carotenoprotein from rhodospirillum rubrum. 19744210079
synthesis of free atp from membrane-bound atp in chromatophores of rhodospirillum rubrum. 19744210308
occurrence of trans-phytoene in microorganisms grown in the absence of carotenogenesis inhibitors. 19744211222
letter: comments on papers by reichert and wong. 19744212127
n-terminal amino acid sequences of azotobacter vinelandii and rhodospirillum rubrum flavodoxins. 19744212186
orthophosphate requirement for the formation of phosphoenolpyruvate from pyruvate by enzyme preparations from photosynthetic bacteria.the formation of phosphoenolpyruvate from pyruvate and adenosine 5'-triphosphate by enzymes from photosynthetic bacteria required inorganic phosphate, thus indicating that these organisms utilize pyruvate, orthophosphate dikinase rather than phosphoenolpyruvate synthase in photosynthesis.19744212219
pyruvate formate lyase in rhodospirillum rubrum ha adapted to anaerobic dark conditions. 19744212293
demonstration of acid-base phosphorylation in chromatophores in the presence of a k+ diffusion potential. 19744213021
effects of stearic spin-labels on the photochemical activities of chromatophores from rhodospirillum rubrum. 19744213074
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