Open Access Research Article Article ID: OJABC-3-112

    Analysis are of the hidden properties of the macromolecular system as an example of the reaction centers of bacteria Rhodobacter sphaeroides

    YM Barabash*, TV Serdenko, PP Knox and OYu Bondarenko

    Relevant: Is the study of the response of biological macromolecules to external stimuli. Often the reaction of macromolecules has an effect of structural self-regulation. In this case, their reaction is not only external infl uence, but also the spatial-temporal motions of the macromolecule. In this situation deserves the attention of electronic-conformational interactions of macromolecules. As objects are isolated Reaction Centers (RC) of bacteria Rhodobacter sphaeroides, the structure of which is well studied. During prolonged illumination, the RC occurs intramolecular electron transfer of RC, the kinetics of which has expressed as a sum of three different exponential functions with negative values decrements. In this case, can considered two models of electron transfer with variable or constant with time of the kinetic parameters.


    Published on: Sep 17, 2019 Pages: 57-64

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/ojabc.000012
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