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Protein Parameter

Light Harvesting Complexes   (?)

LHC is ,  Number of LHC-Monomers/LHC-Dimers
Photon kon [m2/(s*W)] Exciton kd [1/s] Exciton N0 [1]
Reaction Center   (?)

Number of Reaction Center = Number of LHC monomers (i.e. 1 LHC Dimer = 2 RC)
H+ outside kon Q kon QH2 koff c2red kon c2ox koff
bc1 complex   (?)

Number of bc1 Dimers
QH2 kon @ Qo Q koff @ Qo Q kon @ Qi QH2 koff @ Qi
c2ox kon c2red koff H+ outside kon Q swap koi [1/s]
ET kQo-FeS [1/s] ET Phi0 [mV] H+ transfer kQi [1/s] FeS swing kFeS [1/s]
ATPase   (?)

Number of ATPase:

Transmembrane Potential ΔΦ   (?)

rel. eps(Membrane) charge offset free H+ pool protein charge pool c2ox pool

Pool Parameters   (?)

Vesicle size vesicle outer diameter: nm
Proton (H+) Pool outside* pH outside:   (fixed)
Proton (H+) Pool inside Number of Particles: Volume: nm3 fixed
Quinone (Q) Pool Number of Particles: Volume: nm2 fixed
Quinole (QH2) Pool Number of Particles: Volume: nm2 fixed
oxidized Cytochrome c2 (c2ox) Pool Number of Particles: Volume: nm3 fixed
reduced Cytochrome c2 (c2red) Pool Number of Particles: Volume: nm3 fixed
ADP Pool* Number of Particles: Volume: nm3   (fixed)
ATP Pool Number of Particles: Volume: nm3 fixed
*) These two pools represent input molecules found in the cytoplasm. Correspondingly, these values do not change due to the turnover of the single chromatophore considered here :-)

Illumination Parameter   (?)

Illumination: You can enter your own set of illumination times or use one of the predefined sets. Here the time is the timestep when the change of illumination should take place. The format is:
Time [s] <space> intensity [W/m2]








Time of Simulation: seconds (max is 5e6 timesteps)      Time-step: micro seconds
Output step size: status output every seconds (min is 0.01 sec.)   (?)
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Center for Bioinformatics - Saarbrücken Chair for Computational Biology
Tihamer Geyer, Florian Lauck, (c) 2006
Saarland University