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Mechanism of the Very Efficient Quenching of Tryptophan Fluorescence in Human γD- and γS-Crystallins: The γ-Crystallin Fold May Have Evolved To Protect Tryptophan Residues from Ultraviolet Photodamage†

By Jiejin Chen, Patrik R. Callis and Jonathan King
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Publisher: American Chemical Society
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:2674318
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