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Disease relevance of Phytochromobilin


High impact information on Phytochromobilin


Chemical compound and disease context of Phytochromobilin


Anatomical context of Phytochromobilin


Associations of Phytochromobilin with other chemical compounds


Gene context of Phytochromobilin

  • Normal mode calculations correlate this frequency drop with a change in the geometry of the C15 methine bridge of the phytochromobilin chromophore [13].


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