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  • n. Plural form of PBP.

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Examples

  • In addition to the roles in PBPs assembly and energy migration, the chromophoric γ subunit is preferentially sensitive to the intense light, and probably functions in the photoprotection of PBsome.

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  • The spectral diversity of different PBPs within PBsomes is assumed to extend the absorbance range (500-650 nm) of cyanobacteria and red algae, and offers a stepwise transfer of the trapped energy to the RCs.

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  • PBsomes are supramolecular protein complexes made up of water-soluble phycobiliproteins (PBPs) and linker polypeptides

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  • The PBsome rods in cyanobacteria comprise in general one or up to two types of PBPs, whereas those in red alga

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  • PBPs are a distinctively colored group of disk-shaped macromolecular proteins bearing covalently attached open-chain tetrapyrroles, known as phycobilins, orderly assembled into PBsomes.

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  • A specialized type of linker polypeptides, the chromophoric γ subunits, are responsible for the association of B-PE molecules in the rod elements, whereas they are absent in b-PEs The evolution of PBPs, from APC to PC and to PE, is accompanied by the diversity and increasing number of chromophores

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  • The evolution of cyanobacteria and red algae is revealed to be accompanied by the evolution of PBPs

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  • Effects of photobleaching and interprotein energy transfer of single PBPs have been previously reported, for systems such as B-PE Recently a novel approach was explored to monitor single-molecule fluorescence spectra using an Amici prism as a dispersion element

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  • Four spectral groups of PBPs are commonly identified: phycoerythrins (PEs), phycoerythrocyanins

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  • The peptidoglycan glycosyltransferase (GT) module of class A penicillin-binding proteins (PBPs) and monofunctional GTs catalyze glycan chain elongation of the bacterial cell wall.

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