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Fluorescence and phosophorescence of proteins and nucleic acids [by] Sergei V. Konev.

SergeЗђ Vasil"evich Konev

Fluorescence and phosophorescence of proteins and nucleic acids [by] Sergei V. Konev.

Translation editor Sidney Udenfriend.

by SergeЗђ Vasil"evich Konev

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Published by Plenum Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bioluminescence,
  • Nucleic acids,
  • Proteins

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH641 K613
    The Physical Object
    Pagination204p.
    Number of Pages204
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17508821M

    Nucleic Acids Res. ; – [PMC free article] Chen X, Zehnbauer B, Gnirke A, Kwok PY. Fluorescence energy transfer detection as a homogeneous DNA diagnostic method. Proc Natl Acad Sci. ; – [PMC free article] Cooper DN, Clayton JF. DNA polymorphism and the study of disease associations. Hum by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

    Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis in Plants by L. Bogorad (Editor) book by sergei v konev. genome organization and expression in plants. Fluorescence and phosphorescence are proving to be extremely sensitive probes for elucidating conformation of proteins and nucleic acids and for studying molecular interactions. Newer.   The primary or secondary structure of single-stranded nucleic acids has been investigated with fluorescent oligonucleotides, i.e., oligonucleotides covalently linked to a fluorescent dye. Five different chromophores were used: 2-methoxychloroamino-acridine, coumarin , fluorescein, rhodamine and by:

    Proteins derived alternatively from Lincoln and merino wools are examined both in solid form and in solution by fluorescence spectroscopy. The main spectral characteristics of the parent wools are. 5. Weber, G. () Polarization of the fluorescence of labelled protein molecules. FaradaySoc. Discussi 6. Weber, G. () Rotational brownian motion and polarization of the fluorescence of solutions. Adv. Protein Chemistry 8, 7. Weber, G. () Dependence of the polarization of the fluorescence on the concentration.


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Fluorescence and phosophorescence of proteins and nucleic acids [by] Sergei V. Konev by SergeЗђ Vasil"evich Konev Download PDF EPUB FB2

Konev's studies on protein fluorescence have been widely recognized. It is of interest to learn about these and other of his applications. The last part of the book, which deals with fluorescence as a means to probe into the structure and conforma­ tion of macromolecules in intact cells, is most by: Fluorescence and phosphorescence are proving to be extremely sensitive probes for elucidating conformation of proteins and nucleic acids and for studying molecular interactions.

Newer instrumentation and techniques hold forth great promise for the future of these luminescence methods in biopolymer research. Fluorescence and Phosphorescence of Proteins and Nucleic Acids.

Sergei V. Konev. Translated from the Russian edition (Minsk, ). Sidney Udenfriend, Translation Ed. due to Konev himself. In summary: this is a readaible ac-count of protein luminescence that starts well and ends badly. If the reader can skip over Konev's opinionated con-clusions and concentrate on the experi-mental material described he will find profit in this book.

The opposite-whichcould easily happento the enthu-siastic beginner-might be. Cite this chapter as: Konev S.V. () Luminescence of Biopolymers in the Cell. In: Fluorescence and Phosphorescence of Proteins and Nucleic by: 1.

Vol number 2 FEBS LETTERS November FLUORESCENCE OF PROTEINS INTERACTING WITH NUCLEIC ACIDS. CORRECTION FOR LIGHT ABSORPTION M. EHRENBERG, E. CRONVALL and R. RIGLER Institute for Cell Research, Medical Nobel Institute Karolinska Institutet, S 01 Stockh Sweden Received 27 August by: ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYS () Fluorescence of Some Proteins, Nucleic Acids and Related Compounds1 V.

Shore and Arthur B. Pardee From the Department of Biochemistry and the Virus Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, California Received J INTRODUCTION Though the possibility of fluorescence in proteins owing Cited by: Cite this chapter as: Konev S.V.

() Electronic Excited States of Proteins. In: Fluorescence and Phosphorescence of Proteins and Nucleic by: 9. Photochemistry of Proteins and Nucleic Acids focuses on the effects of ultraviolet and visible radiations on proteins and nucleic acids. The book first discusses some principles of photochemistry, including the laws of photochemistry and factors Book Edition: 1.

Abstract. The history of research on the luminescence of nucleic acids is very much like the history of research on protein luminescence. In the thirties and forties there appeared a considerable number of papers which described the visible (violet, blue, purple, green) fluorescence of free bases and their derivatives and of nucleic acids themselves, due to excitation by light of wavelength Cited by: 2.

Get this from a library. Fluorescence and Phosphorescence of Proteins and Nucleic Acids. [Sergei V Konev] -- History of Research on Electronic Excited States of Proteins.- I Electronic Excited States of Monomers.- Tryptophan.- Fluorescence Spectra.- Quantum Yield of Fluorescence.

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Konev, Sergei V. Published by Plenum Press Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers.

With usual stamps and markings. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Konev, S.V. (Sergeĭ Vasilʹevich). Fluorescence and phosphorescence of proteins and nucleic acids. New York, Plenum Press, If a protein is added to the microplate well that binds the oligonucleotide, the fluorescence of the fluorophore will increase.

This increase can be measured and reports on protein-nucleic acid binding. This simple and cost-effective assay detects sequence and structure specificities as well as binding constants of nucleic acid:protein liaisions. Nucleic Acid-Based Fluorescence Sensors for Detecting Proteins Article in Analytical Chemistry 77(4) March with 34 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

INTRODUCTION. Rapid growth of available sequence data has made the detection of nucleic acids critical to the development of modern life sciences ().Among the many methods devised for the detection and analysis of nucleic acids, amplification is one of the most important concepts since it permit the highest analytical sensitivity ().PCR provides a general protocol for the amplified detection Cited by: It is widely known that two single-stranded nucleic acids with complementary sequences have the inherent ability to form Watson-Crick duplex structures.

The simplicity and sequence-specificity of duplex structure formation, the high chemical stability of a duplex, and the convenience of automated synthesis have made DNA oligonucleotides an ideal choice as probes for the detection of nucleic by: 4.

Fig. 2 shows the fluorescence spectra of free Hoechst and its complex with ctDNA in neutral and weak acid solutions. In pH 1× TNE buffer, the compound itself has a maximum emission at nm, but the fluorescence quantum yield is very low.

In the presence of DNA, there is a large enhancement of fluorescence due to the protection of the DNA minor groove according to Cosa et al Cited by: 1. Arch Biochem Biophys. Jan;60(1) Fluorescence of some proteins, nucleic acids and related compounds.

SHORE VG, PARDEE AB. PMID:Cited by:. Nucleic Acids - Chemistry and Applications have high specificity and affinity for different targets including nucleic acids, proteins, small molecules, and ions.

fluorescence restoring.Active esters and kits for labeling proteins and nucleic acids—Table ; Molecular Probes kits for protein and nucleic acid labeling—Table ; Alexa Fluor active esters and kits for labeling proteins and nucleic acids—Table ; Fluorescence quantum yields .Fluorescence spectroscopy can reveal the dynamic properties of proteins, membranes and nucleic acids on the nanosecond timescale.

Dynamic processes which can affect the fluorescence spectral characteristics of biopolymer-bound fluorophores include dipolar relaxation around excited state dipoles, rotational diffusion of fluorophores, and Cited by: