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  • Bandilla, M., B. Ücker, M. Ram, I. Simonin, E. Gelhaye, G. McDermott, R. Cogdell, and H. Scheer. 1998. Reconstitution of the B800 bacteriochlorophylls in the peripheral light harvesting complex B800-850 of Rhodobacter sphaeroides 2.4.1. with BChl a and modified (Bacterio-)­chlorophyll.  Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1364:390-402.
  • Fiedor, J., L. Fiedor, J. Winkler, A. Scherz, and H. Scheer. 2001. Photodynamics of the bacteriochlorophyll-caroteinoid system. 1. Bacteriochlorophyll-photosensitized oxigenation of ß-carotene in acetone.  Photochem. Photobiol. in press:
  • Fiedor, L., D. Leupold, K. Teuchner, B. Voigt, C.N. Hunter, A. Scherz, and H. Scheer. 2001. Excitation trap approach to analyze size and pigment-pigment coupling: reconstitution of LH1 antenna of Rhodobacter sphaeroides with Ni-substituted bacteriochlorophyll.  Biochemistry 40:3737-3747.
  • Gall, B., A. Zehetner, A. Scherz, and H. Scheer. 1998. Modification of pigment composition in the isolated reaction center of photosystem II.  FEBS Lett. 434:88-92.
  • Hartwich, G., L. Fiedor, I. Simonin, E. Cmiel, W. Schäfer, D. Noy, A. Scherz, and H. Scheer. 1998. Metal-substituted Bacteriochlorophylls: I. Preparation and influence of metal and coordination on spectra.  J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 120:3675-3683.
  • Herek, J.L., N.J. Fraser, T. Pullerits, P. Martinsson, T. Polvika, H. Scheer, R.J. Cogdell, and V. Sundström. 2000. Mechanism of B800->B850 energy transfer mechanism in bacterial LH2 complexes investigated by B800 pigment exchange.  Biophys. J. 78:2590-2596.
  • Lapouge, K., A. Näveke, B. Robert, H. Scheer, and J.N. Sturgis. 2000. Exchanging cofactors in the core antennae from purple bacteria: Structure and properties of Zn-Bacteriophaeophytin containing LH1.  Biochemistry 39:1091-1099.
  • Meyer, M. and H. Scheer. 1995. Reaction centers of Rhodobacter sphaeroides R26 containing C-3 acetyl and vinyl (bacterio)pheophytins at sites HA,B.  Photosynth. Res.  44:55-65.
  • Parbel, A. and H. Scheer. 2000. Model for the phycobilisome rod with interlocking disks based on domain-weighted linker-polypeptide sequence homologies of Mastigocladus laminosus.  Int. J. Photoen. 2:31-40.
  • Porra, R.J., M. Urzinger, H. Winkler, C. Bubenzer, and H. Scheer. 1998. Biosynthesis of the 3-Acetyl and 13 1-Oxo groups of bacteriochlorophyll a in the faculatative aerobic bacterium, Rhodovulum sulfidophilum: the presence of both oxygenase and hydratase pathways for isocyclic ring formation.  Eur. J. Biochem. 257:185-191.
  • Rau, H.K., H. Snigula, A. Struck, H. Scheer, and W. Haehnel. 2001. Design, Synthesis and properties of synthetic Chlorophyll proteins.  Eur. J. Biochem 268:3284-3295.
  • Sandmann, G. and Scheer, H. 1998. Chloroplast pigments: Chlorophylls and Carotenoids. Raghavendra, A. S. Photosynthesis - A Comprehensive Treatise.  S. 44-57. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
  • Scheer, H. and Hartwich, G. 1995. Bacterial reaction centers with modified tetrapyrrol chromophores. Blankenship, R., Madigan, M. T., and Bauer, C. E. Anoxygenic Photosynthetic Bacteria. S. 649-663. Dordrecht, Kluwer.
  • Scheer, H. 1991. Chlorophylls. Boca Raton, CRC-Press.
  • Storf, M., A. Parbel, M. Meyer, B. Strohmann, H. Scheer, M. Deng, M. Zheng, M. Zhou, and K. Zhao. 2001. Chromophore attachment to biliproteins: Specificity of PecE/PecF, a lyaseisomerase for the photoactive 31-Cys-α84-phycoviolobilin chromophore of phycoerythrocyanin.  Biochemistry submitted:
  • Zhao, K.H., R. Haessner, E. Cmiel, and H. Scheer. 1995. Type I reversible of Phycoerythrocyanin involves Z/E-isomerization of a-84 Phycoviolobilin chromophore.  Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1228:235-243.