Streak camera methods in nucleic acid and protein fluorescence spectroscopy

Academic Article


  • The photoelectronic streak camera can clearly resolve picosecond electronic and molecular processes occurring in DNA and in proteins. Particularly appropriate examples are: fluorescence kinetics of nucleic acids which are sensitive to structure and base stacking interactions; fast rotational depolarization of emission from tyrosine sidechains in proteins; excited-state molecular dynamics as measured by time-resolved emission spectra. © 1988 SPIE.
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  • Nordlund TM
  • Start Page

  • 35
  • End Page

  • 50
  • Volume

  • 909