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Virgile ADAM

  • Dr.
  • CNRS Research Scientist
  • Institut de Biologie Structurale, CEA-CNRS-UJF
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Publications (20)

  • Excited state dynamics of the photoconvertible fluorescent protein Kaede revealed by ultrafast spectroscopy.

    • Fron E
    • Sliwa M
    • Adam V
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  • In cellulo Evaluation of Phototransformation Quantum Yields in Fluorescent Proteins Used As Markers for Single-Molecule Localization Microscopy.

    • Avilov S
    • Berardozzi R
    • Gunewardene M
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  • Phototransformable fluorescent proteins: Future challenges.

    • Adam V
    • Berardozzi R
    • Byrdin M
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  • Phototransformable fluorescent proteins: which one for which application?

    • Adam V
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  • Revealing the excited-state dynamics of the fluorescent protein Dendra2.

    • Fron E
    • Van der Auweraer M
    • Moeyaert B
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  • Structural evidence for a two-regime photobleaching mechanism in a reversibly switchable fluorescent protein.

    • Duan C
    • Adam V
    • Byrdin M
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  • Photoactivated structural dynamics of fluorescent proteins.

    • Bourgeois D
    • Regis-Faro A
    • Adam V
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  • From EosFP to mIrisFP: structure-based development of advanced photoactivatable marker proteins of the GFP-family.

    • Wiedenmann J
    • Gayda S
    • Adam V
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  • Rational design of photoconvertible and biphotochromic fluorescent proteins for advanced microscopy applications.

    • Adam V
    • Moeyaert B
    • David C
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  • Data storage based on photochromic and photoconvertible fluorescent proteins.

    • Adam V
    • Mizuno H
    • Grichine A
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  • Low-temperature switching by photoinduced protonation in photochromic fluorescent proteins.

    • Faro A
    • Adam V
    • Carpentier P
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  • Cryophotolysis of a caged oxygen compound for use in low temperature biological studies.

    • Howard-Jones A
    • Adam V
    • Cowley A
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  • Photoconversion of the fluorescent protein EosFP: a hybrid potential simulation study reveals intersystem crossings.

    • Lelimousin M
    • Adam V
    • Nienhaus G
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  • Structural basis of enhanced photoconversion yield in green fluorescent protein-like protein Dendra2.

    • Adam V
    • Nienhaus K
    • Bourgeois D
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  • Structural basis of X-ray-induced transient photobleaching in a photoactivatable green fluorescent protein.

    • Adam V
    • Carpentier P
    • Violot S
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  • Structural characterization of IrisFP, an optical highlighter undergoing multiple photo-induced transformations.

    • Adam V
    • Lelimousin M
    • Boehme S
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  • Raman-assisted crystallography reveals end-on peroxide intermediates in a nonheme iron enzyme.

    • Katona G
    • Carpentier P
    • Nivière V
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  • Detoxification of superoxide without production of H2O2: antioxidant activity of superoxide reductase complexed with ferrocyanide.

    • Molina-Heredia F
    • Houée-Levin C
    • Berthomieu C
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  • The crystal structure of Mycobacterium tuberculosis thymidylate kinase in complex with 3'-azidodeoxythymidine monophosphate suggests a mechanism for competitive inhibition.

    • Fioravanti E
    • Adam V
    • Munier-Lehmann H
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  • Structure of superoxide reductase bound to ferrocyanide and active site expansion upon X-ray-induced photo-reduction.

    • Adam V
    • Royant A
    • Nivière V
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