Time-resolved circular dichroism : what can we learn on conformational changes ?

Abstract : Time-resolved circular dichroism (CD) measurements can yield relevant information on the dynamics of conformational changes in molecules on the condition that some a priori knowledge is obtained. This can be the use of simple models such as the excitonic coupling or the octant rule or the phenomenological relationship between far-UV CD and secondary structures in proteins for example. This article describes such experiments where CD has brought relevant conformational information.
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François Hache. Time-resolved circular dichroism : what can we learn on conformational changes ?. Display and Imaging, 2015, 1 (3-4), pp.197-209. ⟨hal-01421650⟩

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