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May 25, 2007

Volume 282Issue 21p15313-15940, e16, e99915-e99916
Open Access
On The Cover: Structure of a bacteriorhodopsin (BR) mutant engineered to transmit photosensory signals to the halobacterial transducer protein, HtrII, indicating the three hydrogen-bonding residues in sensory rhodopsin II introduced into BR in this study. For details see the article by Sudo et al., pages 15550–15558....
On The Cover: Structure of a bacteriorhodopsin (BR) mutant engineered to transmit photosensory signals to the halobacterial transducer protein, HtrII, indicating the three hydrogen-bonding residues in sensory rhodopsin II introduced into BR in this study. For details see the article by Sudo et al., pages 15550–15558.

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