A. William Rutherford
A. William Rutherford
Chair of Biochemistry of Solar Energy, Imperial College London
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Photosystem II, the water-splitting enzyme
AW Rutherford
Trends in biochemical sciences 14 (6), 227-232, 1989
Charge separation in photosystem II: a comparative and evolutionary overview
T Cardona, A Sedoud, N Cox, AW Rutherford
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 1817 (1), 26-43, 2012
Site-directed mutagenesis in photosystem II of the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803: Donor D is a tyrosine residue in the D2 protein
WFJ Vermass, AW Rutherford, ÷ Hansson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 85 (22), 8477-8481, 1988
Herbicide-induced oxidative stress in photosystem II
AW Rutherford, A Krieger-Liszkay
Trends in biochemical sciences 26 (11), 648-653, 2001
Nature of the inhibition of the oxygen-evolving enzyme of photosystem II induced by sodium chloride washing and reversed by the addition of calcium (2+) or strontium (2+)
A Boussac, AW Rutherford
Biochemistry 27 (9), 3476-3483, 1988
In the oxygen-evolving complex of photosystem II the S0 state is oxidized to the S1 state by D+ (signal IIslow)
S Styring, AW Rutherford
Biochemistry 26 (9), 2401-2405, 1987
Thermoluminescence as a probe of photosystem II photochemistry. The origin of the flash-induced glow peaks
AW Rutherford, AR Crofts, Y Inoue
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 682 (3), 457-465, 1982
Artificial photosynthesis as a frontier technology for energy sustainability
T Faunce, S Styring, MR Wasielewski, GW Brudvig, AW Rutherford, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 6 (4), 1074-1076, 2013
EPR signals from modified charge accumulation states of the oxygen-evolving enzyme in calcium-deficient photosystem II
A Boussac, JL Zimmermann, AW Rutherford
Biochemistry 28 (23), 8984-8989, 1989
Histidine oxidation in the oxygen-evolving photosystem-II enzyme
A Boussac, JL Zimmermann, AW Rutherford, J Lavergne
Nature 347 (6290), 303-306, 1990
EPR studies of the oxygen-evolving enzyme of photosystem II
JL Zimmermann, AW Rutherford
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 767 (1), 160-167, 1984
Electron paramagnetic resonance properties of the S2 state of the oxygen-evolving complex of photosystem II
JL Zimmermann, AW Rutherford
Biochemistry 25 (16), 4609-4615, 1986
Back-reactions, short-circuits, leaks and other energy wasteful reactions in biological electron transfer: redox tuning to survive life in O2
AW Rutherford, A Osyczka, F Rappaport
FEBS letters 586 (5), 603-616, 2012
Photosynthetic reaction centres: variations on a common structural theme?
W Nitschke, AW Rutherford
Trends in Biochemical Sciences 16, 241-245, 1991
Effect of Ca2+/Sr2+ Substitution on the Electronic Structure of the Oxygen-Evolving Complex of Photosystem II: A Combined Multifrequency EPR, 55Mn-ENDOR, and DFT†…
N Cox, L Rapatskiy, JH Su, DA Pantazis, M Sugiura, L Kulik, P Dorlet, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (10), 3635-3648, 2011
Carotenoid oxidation in photosystem II
J Hanley, Y Deligiannakis, A Pascal, P Faller, AW Rutherford
Biochemistry 38 (26), 8189-8195, 1999
Wiring of photosystem II to hydrogenase for photoelectrochemical water splitting
D Mersch, CY Lee, JZ Zhang, K Brinkert, JC Fontecilla-Camps, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (26), 8541-8549, 2015
A change in the midpoint potential of the quinone QA in photosystem II associated with photoactivation of oxygen evolution
GN Johnson, AW Rutherford, A Krieger
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 1229 (2), 202-207, 1995
Photoelectrochemical water oxidation with photosystem II integrated in a mesoporous indium–tin oxide electrode
M Kato, T Cardona, AW Rutherford, E Reisner
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (20), 8332-8335, 2012
Influence of herbicide binding on the redox potential of the quinone acceptor in photosystem II: relevance to photodamage and phytotoxicity
A Krieger-Liszkay, AW Rutherford
Biochemistry 37 (50), 17339-17344, 1998
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