Innovative techniques for the acquisition and analysis of delayed luminescence (DL) signals are proposed and discussed. At a preliminary level, the signals prove to be a useful tool, not only for quantitative analysis, but also for discrimination - on theoretical grounds - among different, possibly competing, mechanisms responsible for DL in photosynthetic organisms. Moreover, DL recordings from non-photosynthetic organisms ( S. cerevisiae yeast) with avalanche photodiode (APD) detection will be discussed.

Engelmann, E., Zucchelli, G., Casazza, A., Brogioli, D., Garlaschi, F., Jennings, R. (2006). Influence of the Photosystem I−Light Harvesting Complex I Antenna Domains on Fluorescence Decay. BIOCHEMISTRY, 45(22), 6947-6955 [10.1021/bi060243p].

Influence of the Photosystem I−Light Harvesting Complex I Antenna Domains on Fluorescence Decay

BROGIOLI, DORIANO COSTANTINO;
2006

Abstract

Innovative techniques for the acquisition and analysis of delayed luminescence (DL) signals are proposed and discussed. At a preliminary level, the signals prove to be a useful tool, not only for quantitative analysis, but also for discrimination - on theoretical grounds - among different, possibly competing, mechanisms responsible for DL in photosynthetic organisms. Moreover, DL recordings from non-photosynthetic organisms ( S. cerevisiae yeast) with avalanche photodiode (APD) detection will be discussed.
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Photosyntesis; fluorescence
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Engelmann, E., Zucchelli, G., Casazza, A., Brogioli, D., Garlaschi, F., Jennings, R. (2006). Influence of the Photosystem I−Light Harvesting Complex I Antenna Domains on Fluorescence Decay. BIOCHEMISTRY, 45(22), 6947-6955 [10.1021/bi060243p].
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