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Genetic Modified Bacteriorhodopsin for Holographic Interferometry

  • N. Hampp (a1), R. Schmid (a1) and D. Zeisel (a1)

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Controlled modification of bacteriorhodopsin (BR) by means of genetic engineering is a powerful tool to create BR-variants with photophysical properties significantly different from the wildtype molecule and, in addition, adapted to the physical demands of various optical information processing techniques. The application of BR-films containing the variant D96N in real-time interferometry is described.

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Genetic Modified Bacteriorhodopsin for Holographic Interferometry

  • N. Hampp (a1), R. Schmid (a1) and D. Zeisel (a1)

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