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  7. Migliardo F et al. Thermal Analysis on Bioprotectant Disaccharides by Elastic Incoherent Neutron Scattering. (2014) FOOD BIOPHYSICS 1557-1858 1557-1866 9 2 99-104
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  8. Magazù S et al. Investigations of homologous disaccharides by elastic incoherent neutron scattering and wavelet multiresolution analysis. (2013) CHEMICAL PHYSICS 0301-0104 424 56-61
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  9. Migliardo F et al. Elastic incoherent neutron scatterings wavevector and thermal analysis on glass-forming homologous disaccharides. (2013) JOURNAL OF NON-CRYSTALLINE SOLIDS 0022-3093 378 144-151
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  10. Murphy BM et al. Structure, stability, and mobility of a lyophilized IgG1 monoclonal antibody as determined using second-derivative infrared spectroscopy. (2012) JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES 0022-3549 1520-6017 101 1 81-91
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  11. Magazu S et al. Innovative Wavelet Protocols in Analyzing Elastic Incoherent Neutron Scattering. (2012) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 1520-6106 1520-5207 1089-5647 116 31 9417-9423
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  12. Navati MS et al. Glass matrix-facilitated thermal reduction: a tool for probing reactions of met hemoglobin with nitrite and nitric oxide. (2010) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 1520-6106 1520-5207 1089-5647 114 8 2938-2943
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  13. Navati MS et al. Reactivity of glass-embedded met hemoglobin derivatives toward external no: implications for nitrite-mediated production of bioactive no. (2009) JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 0002-7863 1520-5126 131 34 12273-12279
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  14. Francia F et al. Charge recombination kinetics and protein dynamics in wild type and carotenoid-less bacterial reaction centers: studies in trehalose glasses. (2009) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 1520-6106 1520-5207 1089-5647 113 30 10389-10398
    Journal Article[22148203] [Approved]
    Független, Idéző: 22148203, Kapcsolat: 22148203
  15. Koeper I et al. Dynamics of C-phycocyanin in various deuterated trehalose/water environments measured by quasielastic and elastic neutron scattering. (2008) EUROPEAN BIOPHYSICS JOURNAL 0175-7571 1432-1017 37 6 739-748
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    Független, Idéző: 22148207, Kapcsolat: 22148207
  16. Finkelstein IJ et al. Viscosity-dependent protein dynamics. (2007) BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL 0006-3495 1542-0086 92 10 3652-3662
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    Független, Idéző: 22148208, Kapcsolat: 22148208
  17. Dirama TE et al. Microscopic Insights into the Dynamics of Protein-Solvent Mixtures. (2007) In: Multiscale Simulation Methods for Nanomaterials pp. 89-125
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    Független, Idéző: 23658737, Kapcsolat: 23658737
  18. Samuni U et al. Ligand recombination and a hierarchy of solvent slaved dynamics: The origin of kinetic phases in hemeproteins. (2007) GENE 0378-1119 1879-0038 398 1-2 234-248
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  19. Cottone G. A comparative study of carboxy myoglobin in saccharide-water systems by molecular dynamics simulation. (2007) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 1520-6106 1520-5207 1089-5647 111 13 3563-3569
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  20. Navati M et al. Sugar-derived glasses support thermal and photo-initiated electron transfer processes over macroscopic distances. (2006) JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 0021-9258 1083-351X 281 36021-36028
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  21. Dirama TE et al. Coupling between lysozyme and trehalose dynamics: Microscopic insights from molecular-dynamics simulations. (2006) JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 0021-9606 1089-7690 124 3
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  22. Massari AM et al. The influence of aqueous versus glassy solvents on protein dynamics: Vibrational echo experiments and molecular dynamics simulations. (2005) JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 0002-7863 1520-5126 127 14279-14289
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  23. Vanderkooi JM et al. Temperature excursion infrared (TEIR) spectroscopy used to study hydrogen bonding between water and biomolecules. (2005) BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEINS AND PROTEOMICS 1570-9639 1749 2 214-233
    Journal Article/Survey paper (Journal Article)/Scientific[25738847] [Admin approved]
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  24. Di Gregorio GM et al. Rigidity and spontaneous curvature of lipidic monolayers in the presence of trehalose: a measurement in the DOPE inverted hexagonal phase. (2005) EUROPEAN BIOPHYSICS JOURNAL 0175-7571 1432-1017 34 67-81
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  25. Zelent B et al. Water channel of horseradish peroxidase studied by the charge-transfer absorption band of ferric heme. (2004) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 1520-6106 1520-5207 1089-5647 108 29 10317-10324
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  26. Navati MS et al. Probing solvation-shell hydrogen binding in glassy and sol-gel matrixes through vibronic sideband luminescence spectroscopy. (2004) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 1520-6106 1520-5207 1089-5647 108 1321-1327
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  27. Magazu S et al. Mean-square displacement relationship in bioprotectant systems by elastic neutron scattering. (2004) BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL 0006-3495 1542-0086 86 3241-3249
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  28. Francia F et al. Electron transfer kinetics in photosynthetic reaction centers embedded in polyvinyl alcohol films. (2004) BIOELECTROCHEMISTRY 1567-5394 1878-562X 63 73-77
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  29. Hayward JA et al. Use of computer simulation in the interpretation of elastic neutron scattering in complex molecular systems: a small protein in various environments. (2003) CHEMICAL PHYSICS 0301-0104 292 389-396
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  30. Thompson SN. Trehalose - The insect 'blood' sugar. (2003) ADVANCES IN INSECT PHYSIOLOGY 0065-2806 31 205-285
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  31. Hayward JA. The glass transition in proteins. (2003) In: HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING '02 pp. 503-511
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  32. Wright WW et al. Protein in sugar films and in glycerol/water as examined by infrared spectroscopy and by the fluorescence and phosphorescence of tryptophan. (2003) BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL 0006-3495 1542-0086 85 1980-1995
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  33. Parak FG. Physical aspects of protein dynamics. (2003) REP PROGR PHYS 66 103-129
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  34. Hayward JA et al. Molecular dynamics decomposition of temperature-dependent elastic neutron scattering by a protein solution. (2003) BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL 0006-3495 1542-0086 85 679-685
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  35. Uribe S et al. Measuring solution viscosity and its effect on enzyme activity. (2003) BIOLOGICAL PROCEDURES ONLINE 1480-9222 5 1 108-115
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  36. Magazu S et al. Elastic incoherent neutron scattering from homologous disaccharides/H2O mixtures. (2003) JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 0021-9606 1089-7690 119 13033-13038
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  37. Sampedro JG et al. Trehalose-mediated inhibition of the plasma membrane H+-ATPase from Kluyveromyces lactis: Dependence on viscosity and temperature. (2002) JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY 0021-9193 1098-5530 184 4384-4391
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  38. Ray A et al. Trehalose glass-facilitated thermal reduction of metmyoglobin and methemoglobin. (2002) JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 0002-7863 1520-5126 124 7270-7271
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  39. Hayward JA et al. Temperature dependence of protein dynamics: Computer simulation analysis of neutron scattering properties. (2002) BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL 0006-3495 1542-0086 82 3 1216-1225
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  40. Librizzi F et al. Residual water modulates the dynamics of the protein and of the external matrix in "trehalose coated" MbCO: An infrared and flash-photolysis study. (2002) JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 0021-9606 1089-7690 116 1193-1200
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  41. Gabel F et al. Protein dynamics studied by neutron scattering. (2002) QUART REV BIOPHYS 35 327-367
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  42. Prabhu NV et al. Optical spectra of Fe(II) cytochrome c interpreted using molecular dynamics simulations and quantum mechanical calculations. (2002) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 1520-6106 1520-5207 1089-5647 106 5561-5571
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  43. Wright WW et al. Mixed trehalose/sucrose glasses used for protein incorporation as studied by infrared and optical spectroscopy. (2002) ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY 0003-2697 1096-0309 307 167-172
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  44. Frauenfelder H et al. Hydration, slaving and protein function. (2002) BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 0301-4622 1873-4200 98 35-48
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  45. Dantsker D et al. Geminate rebinding in trehalose-glass embedded myoglobins reveals residue-specific control of intramolecular trajectories. (2002) JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 0022-2836 1089-8638 315 239-251
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  46. Magazu S et al. alpha,alpha-trehalose-water solutions VI. A view of the structural and dynamical properties of O beta G micelles in the presence of trehalose. (2002) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 1520-6106 1520-5207 1089-5647 106 6954-6960
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  47. Bismuto E et al. The effect of molecular confinement on the conformational dynamics of the native and partly folded state of apomyoglobin. (2001) FEBS LETTERS 0014-5793 1873-3468 509 476-480
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    Független, Idéző: 22148254, Kapcsolat: 22148254
  48. Sage JT et al. Long-range reactive dynamics in myoglobin. (2001) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 0031-9007 1079-7114 86 21 4966-4969
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  49. Magazu S et al. Diffusive dynamics of water in the presence of homologous disaccharides: A comparative study by quasi elastic neutron scattering. IV.. (2001) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 1520-6106 1520-5207 1089-5647 105 1851-1855
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  50. Natali F et al. Co-rebinding in myoglobin as seen by time-resolved X-ray absorption spectroscopy. (2001) EUROPEAN BIOPHYSICS JOURNAL 0175-7571 1432-1017 30 63-68
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    Független, Idéző: 22148260, Kapcsolat: 22148260
  51. Berlin YA et al. Conformationally gated rate processes in biological macromolecules. (2001) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A 1089-5639 1520-5215 105 23 5666-5678
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    Független, Idéző: 22604541, Kapcsolat: 22148258
  52. Branca C et al. Comparison of thermophysical properties in disaccharide aqueous solutions. (2001) PHYSICA SCRIPTA 0031-8949 1402-4896 64 390-397
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    Független, Idéző: 22148259, Kapcsolat: 22148259
  53. Branca C et al. alpha,alpha-trehalose/water solutions. 5. Hydration and viscosity in dilute and semidilute disaccharide solutions. (2001) JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B 1520-6106 1520-5207 1089-5647 105 10140-10145
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  54. Schunemann V et al. Structure and Dynamics of Biomolecules Studied by Mossbauer-Spectroscopy.. (2000) REP PROGR PHYS 63 263-353
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  55. Villari V. Influence of trehalose on conformational and dynamical properties of poly(ethylene oxide) in water. (2000) AIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 0094-243X 1551-7616 513 250-253
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  56. Fitter J. The Temperature-Dependence of Internal Molecular Motions in Hydrated and Dry Alpha-Amylase - The Role of Hydration Water in the Dynamical Transition of Proteins.. (1999) BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL 0006-3495 1542-0086 76 1034-1042
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  57. Cupane A. Effect of the covalent Fe - Protein linkage on the iron - Porphyrin dynamics. (1999) AIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 0094-243X 1551-7616 487 139-146
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  58. Bonanno G et al. Water interaction with alpha,alpha-trehalose: molecular dynamics simulation. (1998) JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-FARADAY TRANSACTIONS 0956-5000 94 2755-2762
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  2. Yi Adrian et al. Resonance Raman Study of an Anion Channelrhodopsin: Effects of Mutations near the Retinylidene Schiff Base. (2016) BIOCHEMISTRY 0006-2960 1520-4995 55 16 2371-2380
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  3. Ogren John. Vibrational Spectroscopy of Optogenetic Rhodopsins: A Biophysical Study of Molecular Mechanisms. (2015)
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    Független, Idéző: 31160817, Kapcsolat: 28787512
  4. Ogren JI et al. Retinal Chromophore Structure and Schiff Base Interactions in Red-Shifted Channelrhodopsin-1 from Chlamydomonas augustae. (2014) BIOCHEMISTRY 0006-2960 1520-4995 53 24 3961-3970
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  5. Balashov SP et al. Light-Driven Na+ Pump from Gillsia limnaea: A High-Affinity Na+ Binding Site Is Formed Transiently in the Photocycle. (2014) BIOCHEMISTRY 0006-2960 1520-4995 53 48 7549-7561
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  6. Choi AR et al. Cyanobacterial Light-Driven Proton Pump, Gloeobacter Rhodopsin: Complementarity between Rhodopsin-Based Energy Production and Photosynthesis. (2014) PLOS ONE 1932-6203 1932-6203 9 10
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  7. Janke C et al. Photocycle and Vectorial Proton Transfer in a Rhodopsin from the Eukaryote Oxyrrhis marina. (2013) BIOCHEMISTRY 0006-2960 1520-4995 52 16 2750-2763
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  8. Tamogami J et al. Photoinduced Proton Release in Proteorhodopsin at Low pH: The Possibility of a Decrease in the pK(a) of Asp227. (2012) BIOCHEMISTRY 0006-2960 1520-4995 51 46 9290-9301
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  9. Sharaabi Y et al. Binding of Anions to Proteorhodopsin Affects the Asp97 pK(a). (2010) BIOCHEMISTRY 0006-2960 1520-4995 49 21 4457-4465
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  10. Suzuki D et al. Effects of Chloride Ion Binding on the Photochemical Properties of Salinibacter Sensory Rhodopsin I. (2009) JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 0022-2836 1089-8638 392 1 48-62
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  11. Maeda A. Proton transfer mechanism in bacteriorhodopsin -FTIR spectroscopy and intrnal water molecules. (2008) SEIKAGAKU 0037-1017 80 11 1005-1016
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  12. Sobotta Constanze. Retinalbasierte Ionenpumpen-Ultrakurzzeitspektroskopie der Primärreaktion in unterschiedlichen Umgebungen. (2006)
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    Független, Idéző: 31160814, Kapcsolat: 28787510
  13. Imasheva ES et al. Selectivity of retinal photoisomerization in proteorhodopsin is controlled by aspartic acid 227. (2004) BIOCHEMISTRY 0006-2960 1520-4995 43 1648-1655
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  14. Márquez Martínez. Influència estructural i funcional de mutacions extracel· lulars de la bacteriodopsina efectes locals ia llarga distància. (2003)
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  15. Lazarova T et al. Specific effects of chloride on the photocycle of E194Q and E204Q mutants of bacteriorhodopsin as measured by FTIR spectroscopy. (2002) BIOCHEMISTRY 0006-2960 1520-4995 41 8176-8183
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  16. Iwaki M et al. Attenuated total reflection Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy of redox transitions in photosynthetic reaction centers: comparison of perfusion- and light-induced difference spectra. (2002) SPECTROCHIM ACTA PT A-MOL BIO 58 1523-1533
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  17. Balashov SP. Protonation Reactions and Their Coupling in Bacteriorhodopsin.. (2000) BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA 0006-3002 1460 75-94
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