Claudiu Gradinaru
Claudiu Gradinaru
Professor of Physics, University of Toronto
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An unusual pathway of excitation energy deactivation in carotenoids: singlet-to-triplet conversion on an ultrafast timescale in a photosynthetic antenna
CC Gradinaru, JTM Kennis, E Papagiannakis, IHM Van Stokkum, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (5), 2364-2369, 2001
Identifying the pathways of energy transfer between carotenoids and chlorophylls in LHCII and CP29. A multicolor, femtosecond pump− probe study
CC Gradinaru, IHM van Stokkum, AA Pascal, R van Grondelle, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 104 (39), 9330-9342, 2000
The flow of excitation energy in LHCII monomers: implications for the structural model of the major plant antenna
CC Gradinaru, S Özdemir, D Gülen, IHM van Stokkum, R van Grondelle, ...
Biophysical journal 75 (6), 3064-3077, 1998
Energy transfer in the peridinin chlorophyll-a protein of Amphidinium carterae studied by polarized transient absorption and target analysis
BP Krueger, SS Lampoura, IHM Van Stokkum, E Papagiannakis, ...
Biophysical journal 80 (6), 2843-2855, 2001
Xanthophylls in light-harvesting complex II of higher plants: light harvesting and triplet quenching
EJG Peterman, CC Gradinaru, F Calkoen, JC Borst, R Van Grondelle, ...
Biochemistry 36 (40), 12208-12215, 1997
Fluorescence anisotropy: from single molecules to live cells
CC Gradinaru, DO Marushchak, M Samim, UJ Krull
Analyst 135 (3), 452-459, 2010
Energy transfer in LHCII monomers at 77K studied by sub-picosecond transient absorption spectroscopy
FJ Kleima, CC Gradinaru, F Calkoen, IHM Van Stokkum, R Van Grondelle, ...
Biochemistry 36 (49), 15262-15268, 1997
Ultrafast Evolution of the Excited States in the Chlorophyll a/b Complex CP29 from Green Plants Studied by Energy-Selective Pump−Probe Spectroscopy
CC Gradinaru, AA Pascal, F Van Mourik, B Robert, P Horton, ...
Biochemistry 37 (4), 1143-1149, 1998
The primary photoreaction of photoactive yellow protein (PYP): anisotropy changes and excitation wavelength dependence
T Gensch, CC Gradinaru, IHM Van Stokkum, J Hendriks, KJ Hellingwerf, ...
Chemical physics letters 356 (3-4), 347-354, 2002
Spectroscopic characterization of the spinach Lhcb4 protein (CP29), a minor light‐harvesting complex of photosystem II
A Pascal, C Gradinaru, U Wacker, E Peterman, F Calkoen, KD Irrgang, ...
European journal of biochemistry 262 (3), 817-823, 1999
Lipogels: Single-lipid-bilayer-enclosed hydrogel spheres
Q Saleem, B Liu, CC Gradinaru, PM Macdonald
Biomacromolecules 12 (6), 2364-2374, 2011
Simultaneous time-and wavelength-resolved fluorescence microscopy of single molecules
AK Luong, CC Gradinaru, DW Chandler, CC Hayden
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109 (33), 15691-15698, 2005
Detection of a thousand copies of miRNA without enrichment or modification
BJ Dodgson, A Mazouchi, DW Wegman, CC Gradinaru, SN Krylov
Analytical chemistry 84 (13), 5470-5474, 2012
Simultaneous atomic-force and two-photon fluorescence imaging of biological specimens in vivo
CC Gradinaru, P Martinsson, TJ Aartsma, T Schmidt
Ultramicroscopy 99 (4), 235-245, 2004
Trapping single molecules in liposomes: surface interactions and freeze− thaw effects
B Liu, A Mazouchi, CC Gradinaru
The Journal Of Physical Chemistry B 114 (46), 15191-15198, 2010
Coordination complex SH2 domain proteomimetics: an alternative approach to disrupting oncogenic protein–protein interactions
JA Drewry, S Fletcher, P Yue, D Marushchak, W Zhao, S Sharmeen, ...
Chemical communications 46 (6), 892-894, 2010
A photostable, pH-invariant fluorescein derivative for single-molecule microscopy
B Liu, S Fletcher, M Avadisian, PT Gunning, CC Gradinaru
Journal of fluorescence 19 (5), 915-920, 2009
The effect of intrachain electrostatic repulsion on conformational disorder and dynamics of the Sic1 protein
B Liu, D Chia, V Csizmok, P Farber, JD Forman-Kay, CC Gradinaru
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 118 (15), 4088-4097, 2014
The effect of Brownian motion of fluorescent probes on measuring nanoscale distances by Förster resonance energy transfer
D Badali, CC Gradinaru
The Journal of chemical physics 134 (22), 06B604, 2011
An adequate account of excluded volume is necessary to infer compactness and asphericity of disordered proteins by forster resonance energy transfer
J Song, GN Gomes, CC Gradinaru, HS Chan
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 119 (49), 15191-15202, 2015
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