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Electrons to Tissues by P. Dutton (Eds.)

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Natl. Acad. Sei. USA 73:2169 . Applebury, M . L . S. M. (1978) Biophys. , in press. FRONTIERS OF BIOLOGICAL ENERGETICS, VOLUME 1 ON THE EFFICIENCY OF ELECTRON TRANSFER REACTIONS IN PROTEINS A. Warshel R. Weiss Department of Chemistry University of Southern California Los Angeles, California I. INTRODUCTION Recent theoretical studies have greatly increased our understanding of the factors influencing the rates of b i o logical electron transfer processes ( 1 - 3 ) . However, no attempt has been made to analyze the electron transfer rate on the molecular level.

Warshel R. Weiss Department of Chemistry University of Southern California Los Angeles, California I. INTRODUCTION Recent theoretical studies have greatly increased our understanding of the factors influencing the rates of b i o logical electron transfer processes ( 1 - 3 ) . However, no attempt has been made to analyze the electron transfer rate on the molecular level. The main obstacle is the large dimensionality of the potential surfaces involved. Recently it has become possible to calculate reliable Franck-Condon factors and other molecular parameters in medium-sized molecules ( 4 ) .

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