Electronic coupling of the phycobilisome with the orange carotenoid protein and fluorescence quenchingстатья

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[1] Electronic coupling of the phycobilisome with the orange carotenoid protein and fluorescence quenching / I. N. Stadnichuk, P. M. Krasilnikov, D. V. Zlenko et al. // Photosynthesis Research. — 2015. — Vol. 124, no. 3. — P. 315–335. Using computational modeling and known 3D structure of proteins, we arrived at a rational spatial model of the orange carotenoid protein (OCP) and phycobilisome (PBS) interaction in the non-photochemical fluorescence quenching. The site of interaction is formed by the central cavity of the OCP monomer in the capacity of a keyhole to the characteristic external tip of the phycobilin-containing domain (PB) and folded loop of the core-membrane linker LCM within the PBS core. The same central protein cavity was shown to be also the site of the OCP and fluorescence recovery protein (FRP) interaction. The revealed geometry of the OCP to the PBLCM attachment is believed to be the most advantageous one as the LCM, being the major terminal PBS fluorescence emitter, gathers, before quenching by OCP, the energy from most other phycobilin chromophores of the PBS. The distance between centers of mass of the OCP carotenoid 30-hydroxyechinenone (hECN) and the adjacent phycobilin chromophore of the PBLCM was determined to be 24.7 A o . Under the dipole–dipole approximation, from the point of view of the determined mutual orientation and the values of the transition dipole moments and spectral characteristics of interacting chromophores, the time of the direct energy transfer from the phycobilin of PBLCM to the S1 excited state of hECN was semiempirically calculated to be 36 ps, which corresponds to the known experimental data and implies the OCP is a very efficient energy quencher. The complete scheme of OCP and PBS interaction that includes participation of the FRP is proposed. [ DOI ]

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