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Title Molecular bioenergetics : simulations of electron, proton, and energy transfer / Ralph A. Wheeler, editor ; sponsored by the ACS Division of Computers in Chemistry.
Imprint Washington, DC : American Chemical Society : Distributed by Oxford University Press, ©2004.


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Description 1 online resource (ix, 196 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Series ACS symposium series ; 883.
ACS symposium series ; 883.
Note Title from PDF title page (ACS publications, viewed Aug 5, 2009).
Based on the symposium presented at the 218th American Chemical Society (ACS) national meeting in New Orleans, La., 1999.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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Subject Bioenergetics -- Congresses.
Electron transport -- Congresses.
Proton transfer reactions -- Congresses.
Photosynthesis -- Congresses.
Energy Metabolism.
Cations, Monovalent.
Biochemical Phenomena.
Biophysical Phenomena.
Models, Theoretical.
Chemical Phenomena.
Elementary Particles.
Investigative Techniques.
Inorganic Chemicals.
Physical Phenomena.
Phenomena and Processes.
Chemicals and Drugs.
Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques and Equipment.
Energy Transfer.
Models, Molecular.
Energy Metabolism.
Biological Transport.
Biological Transport.
Energy Transfer.
Models, Molecular.
Genre Congress.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Contents 1. Introduction to the molecular bioenergetics of electron, proton, and energy transfer / Ralph A. Wheeler -- 2. A quantum chemical view of the initial photochemical event in photosynthesis / Michael C. Zerner and Ralph A. Wheeler -- 3. Molecular modeling and simulation of a reaction center protein / Matteo Ceccarelli, Marc Souaille and Massimo Marchi -- 4. Simulating thermochemistry of p-benzo-quinone reduction and binding of ubiquinone in the photosynthetic reaction center / Ralph A. Wheeler -- 5. Problems evaluating energetics of electron transfer from Q[subscript A] to Q[subscript B] : the light-exposed and dark-adapted bacterial reaction center / Bjorn Rabenstein and Ernst-Walter Knapp.
Summary Annotation All living things rely on the efficient storage, transduction, and use of energy. For example, all free energy used by biological systems originates from solar energy stored by photosynthesis and its effective use relies on its transformation from one form to the other. In this volume, leaders in the fields of computational modeling of electron transfer, proton transfer, proton-couples electron transfer, and energy transduction present new methods for simulating bioenergetic processes andsummarize applications to proteins, including the photosynthetic reaction center, bacteriorhodopsin, and cytochrome c.
Other Author Wheeler, Ralph A.
American Chemical Society. Meeting (218th : 1999 : New Orleans, La.)
Other Title Print version: Molecular bioenergetics. Washington, DC : American Chemical Society : Distributed by Oxford University Press, ©2004 0841237204