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Robert Birge
Robert Birge
Professor of Chemistry, University of Connecticut
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Photophysics and molecular electronic applications of the rhodopsins
RR Birge
Annual review of physical chemistry 41 (1), 683-733, 1990
7591990
Nature of the primary photochemical events in rhodopsin and bacteriorhodopsin
RR Birge
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 1016 (3), 293-327, 1990
6681990
Design, synthesis, and photodynamics of light-harvesting arrays comprised of a porphyrin and one, two, or eight boron-dipyrrin accessory pigments
F Li, SI Yang, Y Ciringh, J Seth, CH Martin, DL Singh, D Kim, RR Birge, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 120 (39), 10001-10017, 1998
5191998
Coherent control of retinal isomerization in bacteriorhodopsin
VI Prokhorenko, AM Nagy, SA Waschuk, LS Brown, RR Birge, RJD Miller
science 313 (5791), 1257-1261, 2006
4612006
Structural control of the photodynamics of boron− dipyrrin complexes
HL Kee, C Kirmaier, L Yu, P Thamyongkit, WJ Youngblood, ME Calder, ...
The journal of physical chemistry B 109 (43), 20433-20443, 2005
4562005
THz time domain spectroscopy of biomolecular conformational modes
A Markelz, S Whitmire, J Hillebrecht, R Birge
Physics in Medicine & Biology 47 (21), 3797, 2002
4272002
Photophysics of light transduction in rhodopsin and bacteriorhodopsin
RR Birge
Annual review of biophysics and bioengineering 10 (1), 315-354, 1981
4241981
Biomolecular electronics: protein-based associative processors and volumetric memories
RR Birge, NB Gillespie, EW Izaguirre, A Kusnetzow, AF Lawrence, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 103 (49), 10746-10766, 1999
3961999
Protein-based computers
RR Birge
Scientific American 272 (3), 90-95, 1995
2501995
Two-photon spectroscopy of protein-bound chromophores
RR Birge
Accounts of Chemical Research 19 (5), 138-146, 1986
2261986
Molecular dynamics of cis-trans isomerization in rhodopsin
RR Birge, LM Hubbard
Journal of the American Chemical Society 102 (7), 2195-2205, 1980
2171980
A theoretical analysis of the two‐photon properties of linear polyenes and the visual chromophores
RR Birge, BM Pierce
The Journal of Chemical Physics 70 (1), 165-178, 1979
2111979
Two‐photon double resonance spectroscopy of bacteriorhodopsin. Assignment of the electronic and dipolar properties of the low‐lying 1 A*− g‐like and 1 B*+ u‐like π, π* states
RR Birge, CF Zhang
The Journal of Chemical Physics 92 (12), 7178-7195, 1990
2031990
Protein flexibility and conformational state: A comparison of collective vibrational modes of wild-type and D96N bacteriorhodopsin
SE Whitmire, D Wolpert, AG Markelz, JR Hillebrecht, J Galan, RR Birge
Biophysical journal 85 (2), 1269-1277, 2003
1972003
Two-photon and fluorescence spectroscopy and the effect of environment on the photochemical properties of peridinin in solution and in the peridinin-chlorophyll-protein from …
S Shima, RP Ilagan, N Gillespie, BJ Sommer, RG Hiller, FP Sharples, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 107 (40), 8052-8066, 2003
1812003
Protein-based optical computing and memories
RR Birge
Computer 25 (11), 56-67, 1992
1781992
Two-photon spectroscopy of locked-11-cis-rhodopsin: evidence for a protonated Schiff base in a neutral protein binding site.
RR Birge, LP Murray, BM Pierce, H Akita, V Balogh-Nair, LA Findsen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 82 (12), 4117-4121, 1985
1751985
Ultrafast dynamics and excited state spectra of open-chain carotenoids at room and low temperatures
D Niedzwiedzki, JF Koscielecki, H Cong, JO Sullivan, GN Gibson, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 111 (21), 5984-5998, 2007
1662007
Applications of fluorescence in the biomedical sciences
DL Taylor, AS Waggoner, F Lanni, RF Murphy, RR Birge
Alan R. Liss Inc., New York, NY, 1986
1571986
Femtosecond time-resolved transient absorption spectroscopy of xanthophylls
DM Niedzwiedzki, JO Sullivan, T Polívka, RR Birge, HA Frank
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (45), 22872-22885, 2006
1552006
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