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“…Red edge excitation shift (REES) represents a powerful approach which can be used to directly monitor the environment and dynamics around a fluorophore in an organized molecular assembly (Chattopadhyay 2003;. A shift in the wavelength of the maximum fluorescence emission toward higher wavelengths, caused by a shift in the excitation wavelength toward the red edge of the absorption band, is termed REES.…”
Section: Rees Of Melittin In Micelles Of Various Charge Typesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Red edge excitation shift (REES) represents a powerful approach which can be used to directly monitor the environment and dynamics around a fluorophore in an organized molecular assembly (Chattopadhyay 2003;. A shift in the wavelength of the maximum fluorescence emission toward higher wavelengths, caused by a shift in the excitation wavelength toward the red edge of the absorption band, is termed REES.…”
Section: Rees Of Melittin In Micelles Of Various Charge Typesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A direct consequence of such organized systems is the restriction imposed on the dynamics and mobility of their constituent structural units. We have previously shown that the microenvironment of molecules bound to micelles and other organized molecular assemblies can be conveniently monitored using the wavelength-selective fluorescence approach (see Chattopadhyay et al 2002;Chattopadhyay 2003 and references therein; Kelkar et al 2003;Mukherjee et al 2004;Raghuraman et al 2004). Micelles offer certain inherent advantages in fluorescence studies over membranes since micelles are smaller and optically transparent, have welldefined sizes, and are relatively scatter-free.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Such a shift in the wavelength of maximum emission toward higher wavelengths, caused by a corresponding shift in the excitation wavelength toward the red edge of the absorption band, is termed the red edge excitation shift (REES). [35][36][37][38][39] Since REES is observed only under conditions of restricted mobility, it serves as a reliable indicator of the dynamics of fluorophore environment.…”
Section: Red Edge Excitation Shift (Rees)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…While the center of the bilayer is nearly isotropic, the upper portion, only a few angstroms away toward the membrane surface, is highly ordered. 38,[101][102][103][104][105] Properties such as polarity, fluidity, segmental motion, ability to form hydrogen bonds and extent of solvent penetration vary in a depth-dependent manner in the membrane. The interfacial region in membranes is the most important region so far as the dynamics and function of the membrane is concerned.…”
Section: Membrane Interface: An Appropriate System For the Rees Approachmentioning
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