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Lack of interaction of rhodopsin chromophore with membrane lipids an electron electron double resonance study using nitrogen 14 nitrogen 15 pairs


, : Lack of interaction of rhodopsin chromophore with membrane lipids an electron electron double resonance study using nitrogen 14 nitrogen 15 pairs. Biophysical Journal 53(3): 361-366

Electron-electron double resonance (ELDOR) has been applied to the study of specific interactions of 15N-spin-labeled stearic acid with the retinal chromophore of a rhodopsin analogue containing a 14N spin-labeled retinal. Both the 5 and 16 spin-labeled stearic acids were incorported into the lipid bilayer of rod outer segment membranes containing the spin-labeled pigment.

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