Prodan fluorescence reflects differences in nucleotide-induced conformational states in the myosin head and allows continuous visualization of the ATPase reactions.

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Estimation of the polarity of the protein interior by optical spectroscopy.

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Interaction of Prodan with tubulin. A fluorescence spectroscopic study.

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The interaction of 6-propionyl-2-(NN-dimethyl)aminonaphthalene (PRODAN)-labelled actin with actin-binding proteins and drugs.

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