By S. L. Bonting, F. J. M. Daemen (auth.), Professor Dr. L. Jaenicke (eds.)
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The characteristic deviation of the kinetics from a first-order process (Fig. ~ 10 pH 8,5 00 200 50 10 8~ ~~ 8 pH 7,0 3,40 3,50 3,80 liT Fig. 5. 0 ed by an inhomogeneity of the shieldings to H+ (and OH-) of the catalytic centers of different rhodopsin-molecules. The catalytic and thermodynamic action of protons seems to act on different sites of metarhodopsin, since the catalytic protons should decrease the free energy of an MIH+-intermediate whereas the protonated base should have a high free energy in the MI-conformation (thus stabilizing the MIl-conformation).
References 1. : J. gen. Pysiol. 47,215 (1963). 2. : Z. Naturforsch. 28 b, 352 (1971). 3. EMRICH, H. : Z. Naturforsch. 29 c, 577-591 (1974). Aktivitaten von ATPasen im Fliegen-Auge H. LANGER I nstitut fur Tierphysiologie, Ruhr- Universitat, 463 Bochum-Querenburg Federal Republic of Germany With 1 Figure Fur das Facettenauge der Insekten hatten wir - am Beispiel der SchmeiBfliege Calliphora erythrocephala - fruher zeigen konnen , daB der ATP-Spiegel durch Lichteinwirkung, also in Verbindung mit dem Sehvorgang, absinkt.
VIIf2, pp. 667-727. BerlinHeidelberg-New York: Springer 1972. 2. : Energy in vertebrate photoreceptor function. In: LANGER,H. ): Biochemistry and physiology of visual pigments, pp. 195-203. Berlin-Heidelberg-New York: Springer 1973. 3. In collaboration with C. CRAMER: Unpublished. Experiments on the Isomerization of ll-cis-Retinal w. SPERLING, G. NOLL, and R. , 5170 Jillich, Federal Republic of Germany With 3 Figures Two pathways for the isomerization of ll-cis- to all-trans-retinal are discussed in the literature 1 : the direct isomerization from the excited singlet state of ll-cis to the ground state of all-trans (Fig.
Biochemistry of Sensory Functions by S. L. Bonting, F. J. M. Daemen (auth.), Professor Dr. L. Jaenicke (eds.)