Mordechai Sheves mostly deals with Bacteriorhodopsin, Photochemistry, Rhodopsin, Retinal and Electron transport chain. His Bacteriorhodopsin research incorporates elements of Schiff base, Excited state, Fluorescence and Chemical physics. Mordechai Sheves studies Photochemistry, namely Chromophore.
The concepts of his Rhodopsin study are interwoven with issues in Protein structure, Biophysics, Binding site and Transmembrane domain. His Retinal research focuses on Stereochemistry and how it relates to Helix and Homopeptide. His Electron transport chain research incorporates elements of Crystallography, Monolayer, Denaturation and Azurin, Electron transfer.
His main research concerns Bacteriorhodopsin, Photochemistry, Retinal, Chromophore and Rhodopsin. His research on Bacteriorhodopsin also deals with topics like
His Retinal research includes themes of Stereochemistry and Photoisomerization. Mordechai Sheves has researched Chromophore in several fields, including Covalent bond, Binding site and Absorption spectroscopy. His Rhodopsin research incorporates themes from Protein structure, Biophysics and Transmembrane domain.
His primary areas of study are Electron transport chain, Retinal, Photochemistry, Crystallography and Bacteriorhodopsin. His Electron transport chain study combines topics in areas such as Chemical physics, Monolayer, Azurin, Electron transfer and Quantum tunnelling. His research in Retinal intersects with topics in Schiff base, Biophysics, Pigment and Chromophore.
The Photochemistry study which covers Isomerization that intersects with Ion and Protonation. His Crystallography research includes elements of Covalent bond, Protein secondary structure and Divalent. His research integrates issues of Membrane protein and Visual pigments in his study of Bacteriorhodopsin.
His primary scientific interests are in Electron transport chain, Crystallography, Electron transfer, Photochemistry and Bacteriorhodopsin. His work carried out in the field of Electron transport chain brings together such families of science as Monolayer, Conductance, Redox, Azurin and Quantum tunnelling. His Crystallography research integrates issues from Biomolecule, Covalent bond and Protein secondary structure.
The various areas that Mordechai Sheves examines in his Electron transfer study include Molecular electronics, Stereochemistry, Denaturation and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. His Photochemistry study incorporates themes from Molecule, Excited state and Rhodopsin, Retinal. His Bacteriorhodopsin study results in a more complete grasp of Membrane.
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Helix movement is coupled to displacement of the second extracellular loop in rhodopsin activation.
Shivani Ahuja;Viktor Hornak;Elsa C Y Yan;Elsa C Y Yan;Natalie Syrett.
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology (2009)
Coupling of retinal isomerization to the activation of rhodopsin.
Ashish B. Patel;Evan Crocker;Markus Eilers;Amiram Hirshfeld.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
Spin-dependent electron transmission through bacteriorhodopsin embedded in purple membrane
Debabrata Mishra;Tal Z. Markus;Ron Naaman;Matthias Kettner.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Factors affecting the C = N stretching in protonated retinal Schiff base: a model study for bacteriorhodopsin and visual pigments.
Timor Baasov;Noga Friedman;Mordechai Sheves.
Electronic Transport via Proteins
Nadav Amdursky;Debora Marchak;Lior Sepunaru;Israel Pecht.
Advanced Materials (2014)
Energy coupling in an ion pump: The reprotonation switch of bacteriorhodopsin
Mikio Kataoka;Hironari Kamikubo;Fumio Tokunagga;Leonid S. Brown.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1994)
Proteins as electronic materials: electron transport through solid-state protein monolayer junctions.
Izhar Ron;Lior Sepunaru;Stella Itzhakov;Tatyana Belenkova.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2010)
Location of Trp265 in metarhodopsin II : Implications for the activation mechanism of the visual receptor rhodopsin
Evan Crocker;Markus Eilers;Shivani Ahuja;Viktor Hornak.
Journal of Molecular Biology (2006)
Controlling the pKa of the bacteriorhodopsin Schiff base by use of artificial retinal analogues.
Mordechai Sheves;Amnon Albeck;Noga Friedman;Michael Ottolenghi.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1986)
Protein bioelectronics: a review of what we do and do not know.
Christopher D Bostick;Sabyasachi Mukhopadhyay;Israel Pecht;Mordechai Sheves.
Reports on Progress in Physics (2018)
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