Structure and function in rhodopsin. Cysteines 65 and 316 are in proximity in a rhodopsin mutant as indicated by disulfide formation and interactions between attached spin labels

Ke Yang, David L. Farrens, Christian Altenbach, Zohreh T. Farahbakhsh, Wayne L. Hubbell, H. Gobind Khorana

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