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Luminescent Spectroscopy of Proteins is devoted to the method of intrinsic protein luminescence, one of the most popular experimental methods in modern biophysics and biochemistry. The book discusses general physical principles of the luminescence method; spectral properties of the main protein chromophores; and protein luminescence and its use for studies on structural, physico-chemical, and functional properties of proteins. Principles of luminescent spectroscopy are illustrated by real-life applications and ...
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Luminescent Spectroscopy of Proteins is devoted to the method of intrinsic protein luminescence, one of the most popular experimental methods in modern biophysics and biochemistry. The book discusses general physical principles of the luminescence method; spectral properties of the main protein chromophores; and protein luminescence and its use for studies on structural, physico-chemical, and functional properties of proteins. Principles of luminescent spectroscopy are illustrated by real-life applications and problems. Luminescent Spectroscopy of Proteins will be an excellent reference for biophysicists, biochemists, analytical chemists, and other scientists interested in this topic.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780849345531
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 11/23/1992
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.50 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Introduction 1
References 4
Ch. 2 Energy Levels in Molecules and Transition Between Them 5
I Introduction 5
II Energy Levels 8
III Internal Conversion and Vibrational Relaxation 9
IV Fluorescence 10
V Intersystem Crossing 12
VI Phosphorescence 14
VII Frank-Condon Principle 14
VIII Luminescence Lifetime 16
IX Fluorescence Quantum Yield 19
X Stern-Volmer Equation 21
XI Excitation Energy Transfer Between Singlet States 23
XII Effects of Intermolecular Interactions on Electron-Vibrational Transitions in Molecules 24
XIII Scheme of Steady-State Spectrofluorimeter 29
References 34
Ch. 3 Spectroscopic Properties of Isolated Protein Chromophores 35
I Introduction 35
II Tryptophan 35
III Tyrosine 49
IV Phenylalanine 53
References 55
Ch. 4 Protein Luminescence 57
I Introduction 57
II Position and Shape of Protein Fluorescence Spectrum 57
III Fluorescence Quantum Yields of Proteins 80
IV Fluorescence Decay of Proteins 84
V General Strategy of Luminescent Study of Proteins 94
VI Fluorescence Parameters as a Measure of the Fraction of Conversion from One State to Another in Proteins 95
VII Search for Intermediate States 96
VIII Studies of Temperature Dependencies of Protein Fluorescence Parameters 99
IX Studies of pH Dependencies of Protein Fluorescence 107
X Studies of Effects of Ionic Strength on Protein Fluorescence 118
XI Studies of Effects of Denaturants on Protein Fluorescence 119
XII Studies of Interactions of Proteins with Low-Molecular-Mass Compounds by Fluorescence Method 124
XIII Method of Selective Fluorescence Quenching 144
XIV Low-Temperature Luminescence of Proteins 150
References 154
Index 157
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