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  • Reverse Photodynamics of the Noncanonical Red/Green NpR3784 Cyanobacteriochrome from Nostoc punctiforme. [Journal Article]
    Biochemistry 2019; 58(18):2307-2317Kirpich JS, Gottlieb SM, … Larsen DS
  • In the companion paper (10.1021/acs.biochem.8b01274), we examined the forward Pr photodynamics of NpR3784 (UniProtKB B2J457), a representative member of a noncanonical red/green (R/G) cyanobacteriochrome (CBCR) subfamily. Here the reverse Pg → Pr photodynamics of NpR3784 was studied by broadband transient absorption pump-probe spectroscopy. Primary (100 fs to 10 ns) and secondary (10 ns to 1 ms) …
  • Forward Photodynamics of the Noncanonical Red/Green NpR3784 Cyanobacteriochrome from Nostoc punctiforme. [Journal Article]
    Biochemistry 2019; 58(18):2297-2306Kirpich JS, Gottlieb SM, … Larsen DS
  • Cyanobacteriochromes (CBCRs) make up a diverse family of cyanobacterial photoreceptors distantly related to the phytochrome photoreceptors of land plants. At least two lineages of CBCRs have reacquired red-absorbing dark states similar to the phytochrome Pr resting state but are coupled to green-absorbing light-adapted states rather than the canonical far-red-absorbing light-adapted state. One su…
  • Predicting a recovery time from the initial assessment of a quadriceps contusion injury. [Journal Article]
    Aust J Physiother 2000; 46(3):167-177Alonso A, Hekeik P, Adams R
  • Six quadriceps contusion tests were evaluated for inter-rater reliability and ability to predict the recovery time of 100 injured rugby players. All subjects were treated with a standardised and disciplined treatment program incorporating cryokinetics and modified training. Muscle firmness ratings, thigh circumference and passive knee flexion range of movement (ROM) measurements, and the unilater…
  • Sensory perception of the foot and ankle following therapeutic applications of heat and cold. [Journal Article]
    J Athl Train 1992; 27(3):231-4Ingersoll CD, Knight KL, Merrick MA
  • Many athletes are treated with hot and cold modalities prior to therapeutic exercise, but the effects of these treatments on sensory perception are not clear. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of hot and cold treatments on sensory perception. We recruited 21 volunteer subjects, who reported for testing on three separate occasions. One of three treatments was applied to the left…
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