While working in this field, P. J. Hore studies both Quantum mechanics and Molecular physics. P. J. Hore conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Magnetic field and Compass through his works. P. J. Hore combines Compass and Magnetic field in his studies. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Biochemistry and Protein folding in his work. In most of his Cryptochrome studies, his work intersects topics such as Genetics. He combines Genetics and Gene in his research. His work on Cryptochrome expands to the thematically related Gene. He integrates Circadian clock with Circadian rhythm in his study. His Neuroscience research extends to the thematically linked field of Circadian rhythm.
His multidisciplinary approach integrates Quantum mechanics and Condensed matter physics in his work. He combines Biochemistry and Biophysics in his research. Borrowing concepts from Biochemistry, P. J. Hore weaves in ideas under Biophysics. His Photochemistry study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Electron transfer. His Electron transfer study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Photochemistry. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Organic chemistry and Radical through his works. In his research, P. J. Hore undertakes multidisciplinary study on Radical and Organic chemistry. His research ties Magnetoreception and Magnetic field together. Magnetoreception is closely attributed to Earth's magnetic field in his research.
His study on Thermodynamics is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Spin (aerodynamics) and Yield (engineering). His study on Yield (engineering) is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Thermodynamics. He combines Quantum mechanics and Chemical physics in his studies. His Magnetic field study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Magnetoreception. His research on Magnetoreception often connects related topics like Magnetic field. P. J. Hore conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Earth's magnetic field and Compass through his research. In his study, P. J. Hore carries out multidisciplinary Compass and Earth's magnetic field research. Circadian clock is frequently linked to Neuroscience in his study. P. J. Hore regularly links together related areas like Circadian rhythm in his Neuroscience studies.
His study explores the link between Skepticism and topics such as Epistemology that cross with problems in Mechanism (biology). His Mechanism (biology) study frequently involves adjacent topics like Epistemology. A component of his Enzyme study involves Flavoprotein and Flavin group. P. J. Hore integrates Earth's magnetic field and Magnetic field in his research. His research on Magnetic field frequently links to adjacent areas such as Magnetoreception. As part of his studies on Magnetoreception, P. J. Hore frequently links adjacent subjects like Earth's magnetic field. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Quantum mechanics and Statistical physics. He integrates Statistical physics and Quantum mechanics in his research. He performs integrative Compass and Cartography research in his work.
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Solvent suppression in Fourier transform nuclear magnetic resonance
Journal of Magnetic Resonance (1983)
Chemical magnetoreception in birds: The radical pair mechanism
Christopher T. Rodgers;P. J. Hore.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
Chemical compass model of avian magnetoreception
Kiminori Maeda;Kevin B. Henbest;Filippo Cintolesi;Ilya Kuprov.
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Effects of weak magnetic fields on free radical recombination reactions
C.R. Timmel;U. Till;B. Brocklehurst;K.A. Mclauchlan.
Molecular Physics (1998)
Electron spin resonance of spin-correlated radical pairs
C.D. Buckley;D.A. Hunter;P.J. Hore;K.A. McLauchlan.
Chemical Physics Letters (1987)
Magnetic Compass of Birds Is Based on a Molecule with Optimal Directional Sensitivity
Thorsten Ritz;Roswitha Wiltschko;P.J. Hore;Christopher T. Rodgers.
Biophysical Journal (2009)
Magnetically sensitive light-induced reactions in cryptochrome are consistent with its proposed role as a magnetoreceptor
Kiminori Maeda;Alexander J. Robinson;Kevin B. Henbest;Hannah J. Hogben.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Following protein folding in real time using NMR spectroscopy
Jochen Balbach;Vincent Forge;Nico A. J. van Nuland;Steve L. Winder.
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology (1995)
The Radical-Pair Mechanism of Magnetoreception.
P. J. Hore;Henrik Mouritsen.
Annual Review of Biophysics (2016)
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