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  • n. A light-harvesting antenna in cyanobacteria, red algae and glaucophytes.

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Examples

  • Bailey S, Mann NH, Mullineaux CW (2005) Involvement of phycobilisome diffusion in energy quenching in cyanobacteria.

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  • Ajlani G, Verbavatz JM, Vass I, Kerfeld CA, et al. (2006) A soluble carotenoid protein involved in phycobilisome-related energy dissipation in cyanobacteria.

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  • Wilson A, Ajlani G, Verbavatz JM, Vass I, Kerfeld CA, et al. (2006) A soluble carotenoid protein involved in phycobilisome-related energy dissipation in cyanobacteria.

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  • Stoitchkova K, Zsiros O, Javorfi T, Pali T, Andreeva A, et al. (2007) Heat - and light-induced reorganizations in the phycobilisome antenna of

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  • Gantt E, Lipschultz CA, Zilinskas B (1976) Further evidence for a phycobilisome model from selective dissociation, fluorescence emission, immunoprecipitation, and electron microscopy.

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  • Six C, Joubin L, Partensky F, Holtzendorff J, Garczarek L (2007) UV-induced phycobilisome dismantling in the marine picocyanobacterium Wyman M, Gregory RP, Carr NG (1985) Novel role for phycoerythrin in a marine cyanobacterium,

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  • Adir N (2005) Elucidation of the molecular structures of components of the phycobilisome: reconstructing a giant.

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