学術雑誌論文 FMO3-LCMO study of electron transfer coupling matrix element and pathway: Application to hole transfer between two tryptophans through cis- and trans-polyproline-linker systems

Kitoh-Nishioka, Hirotaka  ,  Ando, Koji

145 ( 11 ) 2016-09-16 , AIP Publishing
ISSN:0021-9606
NII書誌ID(NCID):AA00694991
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Long-distance electron transfer (ET) plays an essential role in biological energy conversion. [1–5] Representative is those in photosynthetic reaction centers in which photon energy is converted to electrochemical energy via series of ETs through redox centers embedded in transmembrane protein. A simple but fundamental question open to microscopic investigation is how the protein environment is involved in the ET; the protein structure could be involved passively by simply holding the redox centers at appropriate spatial configuration or actively by providing intermediate virtual states for superexchange ET mechanism.
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