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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : SRII / sensory rhodopsin II

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Long Form:   sensory rhodopsin II
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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2019 Photoreaction pathways and photointermediates of retinal-binding photoreceptor proteins as revealed by in situ photoirradiation solid-state NMR spectroscopy. DNP, SRI
2019 The Blue-Green Sensory Rhodopsin SRM from Haloarcula marismortui Attenuates Both Phototactic Responses Mediated by Sensory Rhodopsin I and II in Halobacterium salinarum. SRI
2016 Transient Conformational Changes of Sensory Rhodopsin II Investigated by Vibrational Stark Effect Probes. ---
2012 A transporter converted into a sensor, a phototaxis signaling mutant of bacteriorhodopsin at 3.0A. bR
2012 Comparative simulations of the ground state and the M-intermediate state of the sensory rhodopsin II-transducer complex with a HAMP domain model. TM2
2012 Controlled in meso phase crystallization--a method for the structural investigation of membrane proteins. bR
2012 HAMP domain signal relay mechanism in a sensory rhodopsin-transducer complex. ---
2012 Ultrasensitive measurements of microbial rhodopsin photocycles using photochromic FRET. ---
2011 A microbial rhodopsin with a unique retinal composition shows both sensory rhodopsin II and bacteriorhodopsin-like properties. bR, MR
10  2011 Active state of sensory rhodopsin II: structural determinants for signal transfer and proton pumping. ---
11  2011 Direct observation of the structural change of Tyr174 in the primary reaction of sensory rhodopsin II. ---
12  2011 Spectral tuning in sensory rhodopsin I from Salinibacter ruber. SRI
13  2011 Structural characteristics around the beta-ionone ring of the retinal chromophore in Salinibacter sensory rhodopsin I. NpSRII, SRI, SrSRI
14  2010 Phototactic and chemotactic signal transduction by transmembrane receptors and transducers in microorganisms. SRI
15  2009 A dual-scale approach toward structure prediction of retinal proteins. AA, bR, CG, HR, RPs, SRI
16  2009 Active water in protein-protein communication within the membrane: the case of SRII-HtrII signal relay. ---
17  2009 Primary photoinduced protein response in bacteriorhodopsin and sensory rhodopsin II. bR
18  2009 Single-molecule force spectroscopy measures structural changes induced by light activation and transducer binding in sensory rhodopsin II. ---
19  2008 Salinibacter sensory rhodopsin: sensory rhodopsin I-like protein from a eubacterium. HsSRI, HtrI
20  2008 Signal transmission through the HtrII transducer alters the interaction of two alpha-helices in the HAMP domain. Tr114
21  2008 Structural changes of Salinibacter sensory rhodopsin I upon formation of the K and M photointermediates. bR, FTIR, HOOP, HR, SRI
22  2008 Transducer binding establishes localized interactions to tune sensory rhodopsin II. ---
23  2007 Early photocycle structural changes in a bacteriorhodopsin mutant engineered to transmit photosensory signals. bR, BR-T, HOOP
24  2007 Expression of the halobacterial transducer protein HtrII from Natronomonas pharaonis in Escherichia coli. CD, E. coli
25  2007 Laser-induced transient grating analysis of dynamics of interaction between sensory rhodopsin II D75N and the HtrII transducer. ---
26  2007 Mechanism of spectral tuning in green-absorbing proteorhodopsin. bR, GPR
27  2007 Theoretical Studies on the Color-Tuning Mechanism in Retinal Proteins. bR, ES, QM/MM, Rh, SAC-CI
28  2006 Color tuning in rhodopsins: the mechanism for the spectral shift between bacteriorhodopsin and sensory rhodopsin II. bR, QM/MM
29  2006 Functional importance of the interhelical hydrogen bond between Thr204 and Tyr174 of sensory rhodopsin II and its alteration during the signaling process. ---
30  2006 Structure, function, and wavelength selection in blue-absorbing proteorhodopsin. BPR, bR
31  2006 Three strategically placed hydrogen-bonding residues convert a proton pump into a sensory receptor. ---
32  2005 Electrostatic potential at the retinal of three archaeal rhodopsins: implications for their different absorption spectra. bR, HR
33  2005 Functional characterization of sensory rhodopsin II from Halobacterium salinarum expressed in Escherichia coli. ---
34  2005 Photoactivation perturbs the membrane-embedded contacts between sensory rhodopsin II and its transducer. ---
35  2004 The cytoplasmic membrane-proximal domain of the HtrII transducer interacts with the E-F loop of photoactivated Natronomonas pharaonis sensory rhodopsin II. ---
36  2003 Photostimulation of a sensory rhodopsin II/HtrII/Tsr fusion chimera activates CheA-autophosphorylation and CheY-phosphotransfer in vitro. ---
37  2001 Electron crystallographic analysis of two-dimensional crystals of sensory rhodopsin II: a 6.9 A projection structure. ---
38  2001 Molecular mechanism of spectral tuning in sensory rhodopsin II. bR
39  2000 FTIR analysis of the SII540 intermediate of sensory rhodopsin II: Asp73 is the Schiff base proton acceptor. bR
40  1999 Identification of methylation sites and effects of phototaxis stimuli on transducer methylation in Halobacterium salinarum. ---
41  1999 Proton circulation during the photocycle of sensory rhodopsin II. ---
42  1998 The transducer protein HtrII modulates the lifetimes of sensory rhodopsin II photointermediates. ---
43  1997 Constitutive signaling by the phototaxis receptor sensory rhodopsin II from disruption of its protonated Schiff base-Asp-73 interhelical salt bridge. ---
44  1997 Effects of substitutions D73E, D73N, D103N and V106M on signaling and pH titration of sensory rhodopsin II. ---
45  1996 The primary structures of the Archaeon Halobacterium salinarium blue light receptor sensory rhodopsin II and its transducer, a methyl-accepting protein. bR
46  1992 Chromophore of sensory rhodopsin II from Halobacterium halobium. ---
47  1991 Identification of signaling states of a sensory receptor by modulation of lifetimes of stimulus-induced conformations: the case of sensory rhodopsin II. ---