Laboratory for Fluorescence Dynamics

A NIH research center for biomedical fluorescence spectroscopy at the University of California, Irvine

Gregorio Weber's Publications

2000

  1. Bonafe CFS, Glaser M, Voss EW Jr, Weber G, Silva JL.
    Virus inactivation by anilinonaphthalene sulfonate compounds and comparison with other ligands.
    Biochem Biophys Res Comm. 2000; 275(3): 955-961.

1998

  1. Weber G.
    Fluorescence, bifurcations, protein folding and the second law of thermodynamics.
    Comments Mol Cell Biophys. 1998; 9(3): 167-177.
  2. Weber G.
    Thermodynamic concepts in protein condensation.
    Comments Mol Cell Biophys. 1998; 9(4-5): 201-218.

1997

  1. Weber G.
    Fluorescence in biophysics: accomplishments and deficiencies.
    Fluorescence Spectroscopy (Methods in Enzymology, Vol. 278). By L Brand and ML Johnson (Editors). Academic Press, pp. 1-15, 1997. ISBN: 9780121821791

1996

  1. Weber G.
    Response by the author.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1996; 93(25): 14315.
  2. Gratton E, Mantulin WW, Weber G, Royer CA, Jameson DM, Reininger R, Hansen RWC.
    Fluorescence dynamics of biological systems using synchrotron radiation.
    Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation, Argonne National Laboratory, Oct 18-20, 1995.
    Rev Sci Instrum. 1996; 67(9): 3363.
  3. Weber G.
    Resolution of the ambiguity of van't Hoff plots by the effect of pressure on the equilibrium.
    High-pressure Effects in Molecular Biophysics and Enzymology. By JL Markley, DB Northrop, and CA Royer (Editors). Oxford University Press, 1996. ISBN: 9780195097221
  4. Weber G.
    Persistent confusion of total entropy and chemical system entropy in chemical thermodynamics.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1996; 93(15): 7452-7453. PMCID: PMC38764
  5. Ehrhardt MR, Erijman L, Weber G, Wand AJ.
    Molecular recognition by calmodulin: pressure-induced reorganization of a novel calmodulin-peptide complex.
    Biochemistry. 1996; 35(5): 1599-1605.
  6. Weber G, da Poian AT, Silva JL.
    Concentration dependence of the subunit association of oligomers and viruses and the modification of the latter by urea binding.
    Biophys J. 1996; 70(1): 167-173. PMCID: PMC1224917

1995

  1. Foguel D Weber G.
    Pressure-induced dissociation and denaturation of allophycocyanin at subzero temperatures.
    J Biol Chem. 1995; 270(48): 28759-28766.
  2. Reininger R, Hansen RWC, Gratton E, Mantulin WW, Weber G, Royer CA.
    Studies of fluorescence dynamics in biological systems using the pulsed structure of the SRC.
    APS X-ray Centennial Symposium and 7th Users Meeting for the APS, Argonne, IL, 16-20 Oct 1995.
  3. Weber G.
    Answer to the comments on G. Weber's "van't Hoff revisited: enthalpy of association of protein subunits" by A. Holtzer and by R. Ragone, G. Colonna, and L. Ambrosone.
    J Phys Chem. 1995; 99(34): 13051-13051.
  4. Weber G.
    Fluorescence in biophysics: accomplishments and deficiencies.
    3rd International Weber Symposium. Maui, Hawaii. July 30-August 2, 1995.
  5. Jurkiewicz E, Villas-Boas M, Silva JL, Weber G, Hunsmann G, Clegg RM.
    Inactivation of simian immunodeficiency virus by hydrostatic pressure.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1995; 92(15): 6935-7. PMCID: PMC41445
  6. Weber G.
    Van't Hoff revisited: enthalpy of association of protein subunits.
    J Phys Chem. 1995; 99(3): 1052-1059.

1994

  1. Paladini AA, Weber G, Erijman L.
    Analysis of dissociation and unfolding of oligomeric proteins using a flat bed gel electrophoresis at high pressure.
    Anal Biochem. 1994; 218(2): 364-369.

1993

  1. Erijman L, Lorimer GH, Weber G.
    Plurality of protein conformations of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase monomers probed by high pressure electrophoresis.
    J Biol Chem. 1993; 268(34): 25914-25919.
  2. Silva JL Weber G.
    Pressure stability of proteins.
    Annu Rev Phys Chem. 1993; 44: 89-113.
  3. Weber G.
    Bioenergetics at the end of the XX century: a personal perspective.
    Braz J Med Biol Res. 1993; 26(4): 425-437.
  4. Weber G.
    Thermodynamics of the association and the pressure dissociation of oligomeric proteins.
    J Phys Chem. 1993; 97(27): 7108-7115.
  5. Ruan K Weber G.
    Physical heterogeneity of muscle glycogen phosphorylase revealed by hydrostatic pressure dissociation.
    Biochemistry. 1993; 32(24): 6295-6301.
  6. da Poian AT, de Oliveira AC, Gaspar LP, Weber G.
    Reversible pressure dissociation of R17 bacteriophage. The physical individuality of virus particles.
    J Mol Biol. 1993; 231(4): 999-1008.
  7. Weber G.
    Pressure dissociation of the smaller oligomers: dimers and tetramers.
    NATO Advanced Study Institute. Aquafredda di Maratea, Italy. September 20-October 3, 1992.
    High Pressure Chemistry, Biochemistry and Materials Sciences (NATO Science Series C, Vol. 401). By R Winter and J Jonas (Editors). Kluwer Academic Press, pp. 471-487, 1993. ISBN: 9780792322900
  8. Weber G.
    Relations of bond energies and entropies with volume, pressure and temperature in protein aggregates.
    NATO Advanced Study Institute. Aquafredda di Maratea, Italy. September 20-October 3, 1992.
    High Pressure Chemistry, Biochemistry and Materials Sciences (NATO Science Series C, Vol. 401). By R Winter and J Jonas (Editors). Kluwer Academic Press, pp. 489-509, 1993. ISBN: 9780792322900
  9. Erijman L, Lorimer GH, Weber G.
    Reversible dissociation and conformational stability of dimeric ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase.
    Biochemistry. 1993; 32(19): 5187-95.
  10. Erijman L Weber G.
    Use of sensitized fluorescence for the study of the exchange of subunits in protein aggregates.
    Photochem Photobiol. 1993; 57(3): 411-415.

1992

  1. Foguel D, Chaloub RM, Silva JL, Crofts AR, Weber G.
    Pressure and low temperature effects on the fluorescence emission spectra and lifetimes of the photosynthetic components of cyanobacteria.
    Biophys J. 1992; 63(6): 1613-1622. PMCID: PMC1262278
  2. Weber G.
    Protein Interactions.
    Protein Interactions. Chapman & Hall, New York, 1992. ISBN: 9780412030314
  3. Silva JL, Luan P, Glaser M, Voss EW Jr, Weber G.
    Effects of hydrostatic pressure on a membrane-enveloped virus: high immunogenicity of the pressure-inactivated virus.
    J Virol. 1992; 66(4): 2111-2117. PMCID: PMC289002
  4. Erijman L, Lorimer GH, Weber G.
    Carbamylation protecis dimeric rubisco from inactivation after dissociation by hydrostatic pressure.
    36th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, Houston, Texas, 9-13 February 1992.
    Biophys J. 1992; 61(2 Pt 2): A475, 2739.
  5. da Poian AT, de Oliveira AC, Gaspar LP, Weber G, Silva JL.
    Pressure dissociation of RNA phages. The urea-induced transition from deterministic to stochastic dissociation.
    36th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, Houston, Texas, 9-13 February 1992.
    Biophys J. 1992; 61(2 Pt 2): A472, 2722.
  6. Foguel D, Chaloub RM, Silva JL, Crofts AR, Weber G.
    Pressure and low temperature studies on the dissociation of phycobilisomes (PBS) and allophycocyanin (APC) from blue green algae.
    36th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, Houston, Texas, 9-13 February 1992.
    Biophys J. 1992; 61(2 Pt 2): A103, 599.

1991

  1. Weber G.
    Pressure and low-temperature stability of oligomeric enzymes.
    New Trends in Biological Chemistry: in honor of professor Kunio Yagi on the occasion of the 70th birthday anniversary. By T Ozawa and K Yagi (Editors). Tokyo: Japan Scientific Societies Press; Berlin, New York: Springer-Verlag, pp. 225-238, 1991. ISBN: 9783540539353
  2. Weber G.
    Functional significance of the free volume inside proteins: a conjecture.
    Retrospect and Prospect of Protein Research: Festschrift in Honour of Professor Cao Tian-qin. By Zp Li, YS Zhang, T Cao, and Tc Tsʻao (Editors). World Scientific, pp. 221-225, 1991. ISBN: 9789810205188
  3. Erijman L Weber G.
    Oligomeric protein associations: transition from stochastic to deterministic equilibrium.
    Biochemistry. 1991; 30(6): 1595-1599.

1990

  1. Pin S, Royer CA, Gratton E, Alpert B, Weber G.
    Subunit interactions in hemoglobin probed by fluorescence and high-pressure techniques.
    Biochemistry. 1990; 29(39): 9194-202.
  2. Weber G.
    Whither Biophysics?.
    Annu Rev Biophys Biophys Chem. 1990; 19: 1-6.
  3. Scarlata SF Weber G.
    Local motions of fluorophores.
    BioMetals. 1990; 3(2): 127-130.
  4. Foguel D, Silva JL, Chaloub RM, Weber G.
    Effects of hydrostatic pressure on the fluorescence properties of cyanobacteria.
    34th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, Baltimore, Maryland, February 1990.
    Biophys J. 1990; 57(2 Pt 2): 567a, W-Pos592.
  5. Royer CA, Pin S, Weber G, Alpert B, Gratton E.
    Subunit interactions and allosteric effects in hemoglobin: high pressure fluorescence studies.
    34th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, Baltimore, Maryland, February 1990.
    Biophys J. 1990; 57(2 Pt 2): 232a, Tu-Pos45.

1989

  1. Weber G.
    From solution spectroscopy to image spectroscopy.
    Cell Structure and Function by Microspectrofluorometry (Analytical Cytology Series). By E Kohen and JG Hirschberg (Editors). Academic Press, pp. 71-85, 1989. ISBN: 9780124177604
  2. Weber G.
    Dynamics of oligomeric proteins.
    J Mol Liquids. 1989; 42: 255-268.
  3. Ruan K Weber G.
    Hysteresis and conformational drift of pressure-dissociated glyceraldehydephosphate dehydrogenase.
    Biochemistry. 1989; 28(5): 2144-2153.
  4. Paladini AA, Silva JL, Weber G.
    Slab gel electrophoresis performed at high hydrostatic pressure: a new approach for the study of oligomeric proteins.
    International Symposium in Honor of Gregorio Weber's Seventieth Birthday. September 9-12, 1986. Bocca di Magra, Italy.
    Fluorescent Biomolecules: Methodologies and Applications. By DM Jameson and GD Reinhart (Editors). Plenum Press, pp. 101-113, 1989. ISBN: 9781468456219
  5. Weber G.
    Final words at Bocca di Magra.
    International Symposium in Honor of Gregorio Weber's Seventieth Birthday. September 9-12, 1986. Bocca di Magra, Italy.
    Fluorescent Biomolecules: Methodologies and Applications. By DM Jameson and GD Reinhart (Editors). Plenum Press, pp. 343-349, 1989. ISBN: 9781468456219
  6. Weber G.
    Perrin revisited: parametric theory of the motional depolarization of fluorescence.
    J Phys Chem. 1989; 93(16): 6069-6973.

1988

  1. Ruan K Weber G.
    Dissociation of yeast hexokinase by hydrostatic pressure.
    Biochemistry. 1988; 27(9): 3295-3301.
  2. Silva JL Weber G.
    Pressure-induced dissociation of Brome Mosaic virus.
    J Mol Biol. 1988; 199(1): 149-159.

1987

  1. Weber G.
    Abrupt transitions in physics and biophysics: van der Waals revisited.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1987; 84(21): 7359-7362. PMCID: PMC299295
  2. Weber G.
    Fluorescence spectroscopy at high pressure: techniques and results.
    Current Perspectives in High Pressure Biology. By HW Jannasch, RE Marquis, and AM Zimmerman (Editors). Academic Press Inc (London), pp. 235-243, 1987. ISBN: 9780123803856
  3. Morrison LE Weber G.
    Biological membrane modeling with a liquid/liquid interface. Probing mobility and environment with total internal reflection excited fluorescence.
    Biophys J. 1987; 52(3): 367-379. PMCID: PMC1330001
  4. Weber G.
    Dissociation of oligomeric proteins by hydrostatic pressure.
    NATO Advanced Study Institute on Advances in High Pressure Studies of Chemical and Biochemical Systems, Corfu, Greece. September 28-October 11, 1986.
    High Pressure Chemistry and Biochemistry (NATO Science Series C, Vol. 197). By R van Eldik and J Jonas (Editors). pp. 401-420, 1987. ISBN: 9789027724571
  5. Paladini AA, Silva JL, Weber G.
    Slab gel electrophoresis of oligomeric proteins under high hydrostatic pressure. I. Description of the system and demonstration of the pressure dissociation of a dimer.
    Anal Biochem. 1987; 161(2): 358-364.
  6. Weber G.
    Free energy couplings between ligand binding and subunit associaton in hemoglobin are of first order.
    Biochemistry. 1987; 26(1): 331-332.

1986

  1. Royer CA, Weber G, Daly TJ, Matthews KS.
    Dissociation of the lactose repressor protein tetramer using high hydrostatic pressure.
    Biochemistry. 1986; 25(25): 8308-8315.
  2. Silva JL, Miles EW, Weber G.
    Pressure dissociation and conformational drift of the beta dimer of tryptophan synthase.
    Biochemistry. 1986; 25(19): 5780-5786.
  3. Verjoski-Almeida S, Kurtenbach E, Amorim AF, Weber G.
    Pressure-induced dissociation of solubilized sarcoplasmic reticulum ATPase.
    J Biol Chem. 1986; 261(21): 9872-9878.
  4. Weber G.
    Phenomenological description of the association of protein subunits subjected to conformational drift. Effects of dilution and of hydrostatic pressure.
    Biochemistry. 1986; 25(12): 3626-3631.
  5. King L Weber G.
    Conformational drift of dissociated lactate dehydrogenase.
    Biochemistry. 1986; 25(12): 3632-3636.
  6. King L Weber G.
    Conformational drift and cryoinactivation of lactate dehydrogenase.
    Biochemistry. 1986; 25(12): 3637-3640.
  7. Silva JL, Miles EW, Weber G.
    Pressure-induced dissociation and conformational drift of tryptophan synthase ß2 subunit.
    30th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, San Francisco, California, February 1986.
    Biophys J. 1986; 49(2 Pt 2): 490a, W-Pos137.
  8. MacGregor RB Jr Weber G.
    Estimation of the polarity of the protein interior by optical spectroscopy.
    Nature. 1986; 319: 70-72.
  9. King L Weber G.
    Conformational drift of lactate dehydrogenase.
    Biophys J. 1986; 49(1): 72-73. PMCID: PMC1329581
  10. Weber G.
    Solution spectroscopy and image spectroscopy.
    Applications of fluorescence in the biomedical sciences. By DL Taylor (Editors). Alan R Liss, pp. 601-615, 1986. ISBN: 9780845142103

1985

  1. Hall RD, Valeur B, Weber G.
    Polarization of the fluorescence of triphenylene: a planar molecule with three-fold symmetry.
    Chem Phys Lett. 1985; 116(2,3): 202-205.
  2. Weber G.
    Partition of proteins between water and non-polar phases.
    NATO Advanced Study Institute on Physical Methods on Biological Membranes and Their Model Systems. Alto Villa Milicia, Italy. September 2-October 2, 1982.
    Physical Methods on Biological Membranes and Their Model Systems (NATO ASI Series A: Life Sciences, Vol. 71). By F Conti, WE Blumberg, J de Gier, and F Pocchiari (Editors). Plenum Press, pp. 397-406, 1985. ISBN: 9781468475401
  3. Verjoski-Almeida S, Kurtenbach E, Weber G.
    Dissociation of solubilized dimeric sarcoplasmic reticulum ATPase induced by pressure.
    29th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, Baltimore, Maryland, 24-28 February, 1985.
    Biophys J. 1985; 47(2): 455a, W-Pos193.

1984

  1. Weber G, Scarlata SF, Rholam M.
    Thermal coefficient of the frictional resistance to rotation in simple fluorophores determined by fluorescence polarization.
    Biochemistry. 1984; 23(26): 6785-6788.
  2. Scarlata SF, Rholam M, Weber G.
    Frictional resistance to local rotations of aromatic fluorophores in some small peptides.
    Biochemistry. 1984; 23(26): 6789-6792.
  3. Rholam M, Scarlata SF, Weber G.
    Frictional resistance to the local rotations of fluorophores in proteins.
    Biochemistry. 1984; 23(26): 6793-6796.
  4. Weber G.
    Order of free-energy couplings between ligand binding and protein subunit association in hemoglobin.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1984; 81(22): 7098-7102. PMCID: PMC392084
  5. Jameson DM, Gratton E, Weber G, Alpert B.
    Oxygen distribution and migration within Mbdes Fe and Hbdes Fe: multifrequency phase and modulation fluorometry study.
    Biophys J. 1984; 45(4): 795-803. PMCID: PMC1434899
  6. Gratton E, Jameson DM, Weber G, Alpert B.
    A model of dynamic quenching of fluorescence in globular proteins.
    Biophys J. 1984; 45(4): 789-94. PMCID: PMC1434901
  7. Gratton E, Jameson DM, Rosato N, Weber G.
    Multifrequency cross-correlation phase fluorometer using synchroton radiation.
    Rev Sci Instrum. 1984; 55(4): 486-494.
  8. Gratton E, Jameson DM, Rosato N, Weber G.
    Multifrequency cross-correlation phase fluorometry using synchrotron radiation.
    29th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, San Antonio, Texas, February 19-23, 1984.
    Biophys J. 1984; 45(2): 321a, W-Pos58.
  9. Scarlata SF, Rholam M, Weber G.
    Local motions in proteins as investigated by the thermal coefficient of the frictional resistance to rotation.
    29th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, San Antonio, Texas, February 19-23, 1984.
    Biophys J. 1984; 45(2): 380a, W-Pos224.
  10. King L Weber G.
    Pressure-dissociation and enzyme activity of lactate dehydrogenases: conformational drift of the dissociated monomers.
    29th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, San Antonio, Texas, February 19-23, 1984.
    Biophys J. 1984; 45(2): 171a, T-PM-E3.

1983

  1. Chong PLG Weber G.
    Pressure dependence of 1,6-diphenyl-1,3,5-hexatriene fluorescence in single-component phosphatidylcholine liposomes.
    Biochemistry. 1983; 22(24): 5544-5550.
  2. Weber G.
    Old and new developments in fluorescence spectroscopy.
    NATO Advanced Study Institute on Time-Resolved Fluorescence Spectroscopy in Biochemistry and Biology. St. Andrews, Scotland. March 16-24, 1980.
    Time-Resolved Fluorescence Spectroscopy in Biochemistry and Biology (NATO ASI Series A, Vol. 69). By RB Cundall and RE Dale (Editors). Plenum Press, pp. 1-22, 1983. ISBN: 0306414767
  3. Weber G.
    Stability of oligomeric proteins and its bearing on their association equilibria (a reply).
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1983; 80(17): 5303-5304. PMCID: PMC384243
  4. Younis HM, Weber G, Boyer JS.
    Activity and conformational changes in chloroplast coupling factor induced by ion binding: formation of a magnesium-enzyme-phosphate complex.
    Biochemistry. 1983; 22(10): 2505-2512.
  5. Weber G Drickamer HG.
    The effect of high pressure upon proteins and other biomolecules.
    Q Rev Biophys. 1983; 16(1): 89-112.
  6. Chong PLG, Cossins AR, Weber G.
    A differential polarized phase fluorometric study of the effects of high hydrostatic pressure upon the fluidity of cellular membranes.
    Biochemistry. 1983; 22(2): 409-415.

1982

  1. Weber G.
    Asymmetric ligand binding by haemoglobin.
    Nature. 1982; 300: 603-607.
  2. Kasprzak A Weber G.
    Fluorescence depolarization and rotational modes of tyrosine in bovine pancreatic trypsin inhibitor.
    Biochemistry. 1982; 21(23): 5924-5927.
  3. Xu GJ Weber G.
    Dynamics and time-averaged chemical potential of proteins: importance in oligomer association.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1982; 79(17): 5268-5271. PMCID: PMC346877
  4. Morero RD Weber G.
    Properties of S100 protein studied by fluorescence methods.
    Biochim Biophys Acta. 1982; 703(2): 231-240.
  5. Morero RD Weber G.
    Interaction of bovine S100 protein with detergents and phosphatidylcholine vesicles.
    Biochim Biophys Acta. 1982; 703(2): 241-246.
  6. Chong PLG, Jameson DM, Fortes PAG, Weber G.
    Effect of pressure and temperature on (Na+ + K+)-ATPase.
    28th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, Boston, Massachusetts, February 14-17, 1982.
    Biophys J. 1982; 37(2): 148, M-PM-Po92.

1981

  1. Chryssomallis GS, Torgerson PM, Drickamer HG, Weber G.
    Effect of hydrostatic pressure on lysozyme and chymotrypsinogen detected by fluorescence polarization.
    Biochemistry. 1981; 20(14): 3955-3959.
  2. MacGregor RB Jr Weber G.
    Fluorophores in polar media: spectral effects of the Langevin distribution of electrostatic interactions.
    Luminescence from Biological and Synthetic Macromolecules: Eighth Katzir Conference (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 366). pp. 140-154, 1981.
  3. Paladini AA Weber G.
    Pressure-induced reversible dissociation of enolase.
    Biochemistry. 1981; 20(9): 2587-25.
  4. Weber G.
    Resolution of the fluorescence lifetimes in a heterogeneous system by phase and modulation measurements.
    J Phys Chem. 1981; 85(8): 949-953.
  5. Jameson DM Weber G.
    Resolution of the pH-dependent heterogeneous fluorescence decay of tryptophan by phase and modulation measurements.
    J Phys Chem. 1981; 85(8): 953-958.
  6. Paladini AA Weber G.
    Absolute measurements of fluorescence polarization at high pressures.
    Rev Sci Instrum. 1981; 52(3): 419-427.

1980

  1. Torgerson PM, Drickamer HG, Weber G.
    Effect of hydrostatic pressure upon ethidium bromide association with transfer ribonucleic acid.
    Biochemistry. 1980; 19(17): 3957-3960.
  2. Grigorova AM, Cittanova N, Weber G.
    Existence of multiple sites for ANS in an alpha-fetoprotein fraction demonstration by fluorescence polarization.
    Biochem Biophys Res Comm. 1980; 94(2): 413-418.
  3. Voss EW Jr, Watt RM, Weber G.
    Solvent perturbation of the fluorescence of fluorescyl ligand bound to specific antibody. Fluorescence enhancement of antibody bound fluorescein (hapten) in deuterium oxide.
    Mol Immunol. 1980; 17(4): 505-517.
  4. Mustacich RV Weber G.
    Ligand-induced transfer of proteins between phases: dependence upon the strength of ion pair interactions.
    Biochemistry. 1980; 19(5): 990-995.
  5. Alpert B, Jameson DM, Weber G.
    Tryptophan emission from human hemoglobin and its isolated subunits.
    Photochem Photobiol. 1980; 31(1): 1-4.
  6. Lakowicz JR, Freshwater G, Weber G.
    Nanosecond segmental mobilities of tryptophan residues in proteins observed by lifetime-resolved fluorescence anisotropies.
    Biophys J. 1980; 32(1): 591-601. PMCID: PMC1327357
  7. Weber G.
    The effects of high-pressure upon proteins and other biomolecules.
    Symposium held in honor of Professor Kunio Yagi on the occasion of the 60th birthday anniversary under the auspices of the Japanese Biochemical Society.
    New Horizons in Biological Chemistry. By K Yagi, M Koike, N Seikagakkai, and N Seikagakkai (Editors). Japan Scientific Societies Press, pp. 237-245, 1980.

1979

  1. Weber G Farris FJ.
    Synthesis and spectral properties of a hydrophobic fluorescent probe: 6-propionyl-2-(dimethylamino)naphthalene.
    Biochemistry. 1979; 18(14): 3075-3078.
  2. Torgerson PM, Drickamer HG, Weber G.
    Inclusion complexes of poly-beta-cyclodextrin: a model for pressure effects upon ligand-protein complexes.
    Biochemistry. 1979; 18(14): 3079-3083.
  3. Weber G.
    Energetic advantage of ion countertransport in chemiosmotic.
    Symposium held at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, July 20-22, 1978.
    Frontiers of Biological Energetics (Johnson Research Foundation colloquia, Vol. 1). By PL Dutton, JS Leigh, B Chance, and A Scarpa (Editors). Academic Press Inc, pp. 12-18, 1979. ISBN: 9780122254017

1978

  1. Valeur B Weber G.
    A new red-edge effect in aromatic molecules: anomaly of apparent rotation revealed by fluorescence polarization.
    J Chem Phys. 1978; 69(6): 2393-2400.
  2. Farris FJ, Weber G, Chiang CC, Paul IC.
    Preparation, crystalline structure, and spectral properties of the fluorescent probe 4,4'-bis-1-phenylamino-8-naphthalenesulfonate.
    J Am Chem Soc. 1978; 100(14): 4469-4474.
  3. Chryssomallis GS, Drickamer HG, Weber G.
    The measurement of fluorescence polarization at high pressure.
    J Appl Phys. 1978; 49(6): 3084-3987.
  4. Jameson DM, Weber G, Spencer RD, Mitchell GW.
    Fluorescence polarization: measurements with a photon-counting photometer.
    Rev Sci Instrum. 1978; 49(4): 510-514.
  5. Mustacich RV Weber G.
    Ligand-promoted transfer of proteins between phases: spontaneous and electrically helped.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1978; 75(2): 779-783. PMCID: PMC411340
  6. Weber G.
    Limited rotational motion: recognition by differential phase fluorometry.
    Acta Phys Pol. 1978; A54: 859-865.

1977

  1. Visser AJWG, Li TM, Drickamer HG, Weber G.
    Volume changes in the formation of internal complexes of flavinyltryptophan peptides.
    Biochemistry. 1977; 16(22): 4883-4886.
  2. Visser AJWG, Li TM, Drickamer HG, Weber G.
    Effect of pressure upon the fluorescence of various flavodoxins.
    Biochemistry. 1977; 16(22): 4879-4882.
  3. Mantulin WW Weber G.
    Rotational anisotropy and solvent-fluorophore bonds: an investigation by differential polarized phase fluorometry.
    J Chem Phys. 1977; 66(9): 4092-4099.
  4. Valeur B Weber G.
    Resolution of the fluorescence excitation spectrum of indole into the 1La and 1Lb excitations bands.
    Photochem Photobiol. 1977; 25: 441-444.
  5. Weber G.
    Theory of differential phase fluorometry: detection of anisotropic molecular rotations.
    J Chem Phys. 1977; 66(9): 4081-4091.
  6. Valeur B Weber G.
    Anisotropic rotations in 1-naphthylamine. Existence of a red-edge transition moment normal to the ring plane.
    Chem Phys Lett. 1977; 45(1): 140-144.

1976

  1. Li TM, Hook JW, Drickamer HG, Weber G.
    Plurality of pressure-denatured forms in lysozyme and chymotrypsinogen.
    Biochemistry. 1976; 15(25): 5571-5580.
  2. Weber G, Helgerson SL, Cramer WA, Mitchell GW.
    Changes in rotational motion of a cell-bound fluorophore caused by colicin E1: a study by fluorescence polarization and differential polarized phase fluorometry.
    Biochemistry. 1976; 15(20): 4429-4432.
  3. Jameson DM, Spencer RD, Weber G.
    Construction and performance of a scanning, photon-counting spectrofluorometer.
    Rev Sci Instrum. 1976; 47(9): 1038-8.
  4. Li TM, Hook JW, Drickamer HG, Weber G.
    Effects of pressure upon the fluorescence of the riboflavin binding protein and its flavin mononucleotide complex.
    Biochemistry. 1976; 15(15): 3205-3211.
  5. Secrist JA, Barrio JR, Leonard NJ, Weber G.
    Fluorescent derivatives of adenine-containing compounds.
    Patent US3960840, 01 Jun 1976.
  6. Weber G Mitchell GW.
    Demonstration of anisotropic molecular rotations by differential polarized phase fluorometry.
    International Conference on Excited States of Biological Molecules at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Centre, Lisbon, Portugal, on April 18-24, 1974.
    Excited States of Biological Molecules (Wiley Monographs in Chemical Physics). By JB Birks (Editors). John Wiley & Sons, pp. 72-76, 1976. ISBN: 9780471074137
  7. Weber G.
    What we have learnt about proteins from the study of their photoexcited states.
    International Conference on Excited States of Biological Molecules at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Centre, Lisbon, Portugal, on April 18-24, 1974.
    Excited States of Biological Molecules (Wiley Monographs in Chemical Physics). By JB Birks (Editors). John Wiley & Sons, pp. 363-374, 1976. ISBN: 9780471074137
  8. Weber G.
    Practical applications and philosophy of optical spectroscopic probes.
    Horizons in Biochemistry and Biophysics (Vol. 2). By E Quagliariello, F Palmieri, and TP Singer (Editors). Addison Wesley, pp. 163-198, 1976.

1975

  1. Schuldiner S, Spencer RD, Weber G, Weil R, Kaback HR.
    Lifetime and rotational relaxation time of dansylgalactoside bound to the Lac carrier protein.
    J Biol Chem. 1975; 250(23): 8893-8896.
  2. Kolb DA Weber G.
    Cooperativity of binding of anilinonaphthalenesulfonate to serum albumin induced by a second ligand.
    Biochemistry. 1975; 14(20): 4476-4481.
  3. Kolb DA Weber G.
    Quantitative demonstration of the reciprocity of ligand effects in the ternary complex of chicken heart lactate dehydrogenase with nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide and oxalate.
    Biochemistry. 1975; 14(20): 4471-4475.
  4. Weber G.
    Energetics of ligand binding to proteins.
    Mechanisms and Pathways of Heterotrimeric G Protein Signaling (Advances in Protein Chemistry, Vol. 29). By CB Anfinsen, JT Edsall, and FM Richards (Editors). pp. 1-83, 1975. ISBN: 9780120342297
  5. Weber G.
    Ligand interactions in globular proteins.
    A symposium held at the University of Konstanz, West Germany, Sept. 2-6, 1974.
    Protein-Ligand Interactions. By H Sund and G Blauer (Editors). Walter de Gruyter, pp. 15-26, 1975. ISBN: 9783110048810
  6. Weber G.
    Optical spectroscopy of biomolecules.
    Biochemistry 494. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Spring semester 1975.

1974

  1. Spencer RD, Weber G, Tolman GL, Leonard NJ, Barrio JR.
    Species responsible for the fluorescence of 1, N6-ethenoadenosine.
    Eur J Biochem. 1974; 45(2): 425-429.
  2. Weber G, Tanaka F, Okamoto BY, Drickamer HG.
    The effect of pressure on the molecular complex of isoalloxazine and adenine.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1974; 71(4): 1264-1266. PMCID: PMC388206
  3. Weber G.
    Addition of chemical and osmotic energies by ligand protein interactions.
    The Mechanism of Energy Transduction in Biological Systems (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 227). By DE Green (Editors). pp. 486-496, 1974.

1973

  1. Weber G.
    Polarized fluorescence.
    Quantitative Fluorescence Techniques as Applied to Cell Biology. Battelle Research Center, Seattle, Wash., March 27-31, 1972.
    Fluorescence Techniques in Cell Biology. By AA Thaer and M Sernetz (Editors). Springer-Verlag New York, LLC, pp. 5-13, 1973. ISBN: 9780387064215
  2. Hudson EN Weber G.
    Synthesis and characterization of two fluorescent sulfhydryl reagents.
    Biochemistry. 1973; 12(21): 4154-4161.
  3. Lakowicz JR Weber G.
    Quenching of fluorescence by oxygen. Probe for structural fluctuations in macromolecules.
    Biochemistry. 1973; 12(21): 4161-4170.
  4. Lakowicz JR Weber G.
    Quenching of protein fluorescence by oxygen. Detection of structural fluctuations in proteins on the nanosecond time scale.
    Biochemistry. 1973; 12(21): 4171-4179.
  5. Weber G Lakowicz JR.
    Subnanosecond solvent relaxation studies by oxygen quenching of fluorescence.
    Chem Phys Lett. 1973; 22(2): 419-423.
  6. Barrio JR, Tolman GL, Leonard NJ, Spencer RD, Weber G.
    Flavin 1, N 6 -ethenoadenine dinucleotide: dynamic and static quenching of fluorescence.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1973; 70(3): 941-943. PMCID: PMC433393
  7. Cogan U, Shinitzky M, Weber G, Nishida T.
    Microviscosity and order in the hydrocarbon region of phospholipid and phospholipid-cholesterol dispersions determined with fluorescent probes.
    Biochemistry. 1973; 12(3): 521-528.
  8. Chien YH Weber G.
    Kinetic and binding effects of 1, N6-ethenoadenosine triphosphate to aspartate transcarbamylase.
    Biochem Biophys Res Comm. 1973; 50(2): 538-543.

1972

  1. Spencer RD Weber G.
    Thermodynamics and kinetics of the intramolecular complex in flavin-adenine dinucleotide.
    Wenner-Gren Symposium. 23-27 August, 1970. Stockholm, Sweden.
    Structure and function of oxidation-reduction enzymes (Vol. 18). By A Åkeson and A Ehrenberg (Editors). Pergamin Press, Oxford-New York, pp. 393-399, 1972. ISBN: 9780080168746
  2. Secrist JA, Barrio JR, Leonard NJ, Weber G.
    Fluorescent modification of adenosine-containing coenzymes. Biological activities and spectroscopic properties.
    Biochemistry. 1972; 11(19): 3499.
  3. Belford GC, Belford RL, Weber G.
    Dynamics of fluorescence polarization in macromolecules.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1972; 69(6): 1392-1393. PMCID: PMC426709
  4. Weber G.
    Ligand binding and internal equilibria in proteins.
    Biochemistry. 1972; 11(5): 864-878.
  5. Rawitch AB Weber G.
    The reversible association of lysozyme and thyroglobulin. Cooperative binding by near-neighbor interactions.
    J Biol Chem. 1972; 247(3): 680-685.
  6. Weber G.
    Addition of chemical and osmotic free energies through negative interaction of protein-bound ligands.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1972; 69(10): 3000-3003. PMCID: PMC389694
  7. Weber G.
    Uses of fluorescence in biophysics: some recent developments.
    Annu Rev Biophys Bioeng. 1972; 1: 553-570.

1971

  1. Jonas A Weber G.
    Strong binding of hydrophobic anions by bovine serum albumin peptides covalently linked to lysozyme.
    Biochemistry. 1971; 10(24): 4492-4495.
  2. Weber G.
    Theory of fluorescence depolarization by anisotropic brownian rotations: discontinuous distribution approach.
    J Chem Phys. 1971; 55(5): 2399-2407.
  3. Weber G, Borris DP, de Robertis E, Barrentes FJ, Torre JLL, de Carlin MCL.
    The use of a cholinergic fluorescent probe for the study of the receptor proteolipid.
    Mol Pharmacol. 1971; 7(5): 530-537.
  4. Jonas A Weber G.
    Presence of arginine residues at the strong, hydrophobic anion binding sites of bovine serum albumin.
    Biochemistry. 1971; 10(8): 1335-1339.
  5. Shinitzky M, Dianoux AC, Gitler C, Weber G.
    Microviscosity and order in the hydrocarbon region of micelles and membranes determined with fluorescent probes. I. Synthetic micelles.
    Biochemistry. 1971; 10(11): 2106-2113.
  6. Weber G.
    The binding of small ligands by proteins.
    3rd International Congress on Hormonal Steroids, Hamburg, 7-12 September 1970.
    Hormonal Steroids (International Congress Series). By V Hector, T James, and L Martini (Editors). Elsevier Science, pp. 58-65, 1971. ISBN: 9789021901442

1970

  1. Jonas A Weber G.
    Limited digestion of citraconylated bovine serum albumin with alpha-chymotrypsin.
    Biochemistry. 1970; 9(26): 5092-5099.
  2. Jonas A Weber G.
    Partial modification of bovine serum albumin with dicarboxylic anhydrides. Physical properties of modified species.
    Biochemistry. 1970; 9(24): 4729-4735.
  3. Anderson SR, Brunore M, Weber G.
    Fluorescence studies of Aplysia and sperm whale apomyoglobins.
    Biochemistry. 1970; 9(24): 4723-4729.
  4. Weber G Shinitzky M.
    Failure of energy transfer between identical aromatic molecules on excitation at the long wave edge of the absorption spectrum.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1970; 65(4): 823-830. PMCID: PMC282989
  5. Spencer RD Weber G.
    Influence of brownian rotations and energy transfer upon the measurements of fluorescence lifetime.
    J Chem Phys. 1970; 52(4): 1654-1663.
  6. Vaughan WM Weber G.
    Oxygen quenching of pyrenebutyric acid fluorescence in water. A dynamic probe of the microenvironment.
    Biochemistry. 1970; 9(3): 464-473.
  7. Scott TG, Spencer RD, Leonard NJ, Weber G.
    Emission properties of NADH: studies of fluorescence lifetimes and quantum efficiencies of NADH, AcPyADH, and simplified synthetic models.
    J Am Chem Soc. 1970; 92(3): 687-695.
  8. Weber G.
    Molecular complexes of biological interest.
    4th International Congress on Pharmacology, July 14-18, 1969 in Basel, Switzerland.
    Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress on Pharmacology (Vol. 3). By R Eigenmann (Editors). Schwabe, pp. 180-191, 1970.
  9. Weber G.
    Fluorescence methods in the study of protein conformation.
    Great Lakes Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, 1969.
    Spectroscopic approaches to biomolecular conformation. By DW Urry (Editors). American Medical Association, pp. 23-31, 1970.

1969

  1. Knopp JA Weber G.
    Fluorescence polarization of pyrenebutyric-bovine serum albumin and pyrenebutyric-human macroglobulin conjugates.
    J Biol Chem. 1969; 244(23): 6309-6315.
  2. Rawitch AB, Hudson EN, Weber G.
    The rotational diffusion of thyroglobulin. A study of thyroglobulin conjugated with pyrenebutyrate and with dimethyl-aminonaphthalenesulfonate.
    J Biol Chem. 1969; 244(23): 6543-6547.
  3. Rosen CG Weber G.
    Dimer formation from 1-anilino-8-naphthalenesulfonate catalyzed by bovine serum albumin. A new fluorescent molecule with exceptional binding properties.
    Biochemistry. 1969; 8(10): 3915-3920.
  4. Spencer RD Weber G.
    Measurements of subnanosecond fluorescence lifetimes with a cross-correlation phase fluorometer.
    Electronic Aspects of Biochemistry (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 158). pp. 361-376, 1969.
  5. Weber G Anderson SR.
    The effects of energy transfer and rotational diffusion upon the fluorescence polarization of macromolecules.
    Biochemistry. 1969; 8(1): 361-371.
  6. Anderson SR Weber G.
    Fluorescence polarization of the complexes of 1-anilino-8-naphthalenesulfonate with bovine serum albumin. Evidence for preferential orientation of the ligand.
    Biochemistry. 1969; 8: 371-375.
  7. Weber G.
    Fluorescence methods in kinetic studies.
    Fast Reactions (Methods in Enzymology, Vol. 16). By K Kustin (Editors). Academic Press, pp. 380-393, 1969. ISBN: 012181873X
  8. Spencer RD, Vaughan WM, Weber G.
    Dependence of fluorescence lifetimes upon the excitation and fluorescence spectra.
    International Conference on Molecular Luminescence, Loyola University, Chicago, August 1968.
    Molecular Luminescence. By EC Lim (Editors). Benjamin, New York, pp. 607-629, 1969.

1968

  1. Weber G.
    Luminescence of biopolymers.
    Science. 1968; 160(3835): 1440-1441.
  2. Brewer JM Weber G.
    The reversible dissociation of yeast enolase.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1968; 59(1): 216-223. PMCID: PMC286024
  3. Weber G.
    Energy transfer methods in the study of ligand-protein interactions.
    International Symposium in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Institut de biologie physico-chimique (Foundation Edmond de Rothschild). May 8-11, 1967. Paris, France.
    Molecular Associations in Biology. By B Pullman (Editors). Academic Press, pp. 499-515, 1968. ISBN: 9780125669542

1967

  1. Wahl P Weber G.
    Fluorescence depolarization of rabbit gamma globulin conjugates.
    J Mol Biol. 1967; 30(2): 371-382.
  2. Knopp JA Weber G.
    Fluorescence depolarization measurements in pyrene butyric-bovine serum albumin conjugates.
    J Biol Chem. 1967; 242(6): 1353-1354.
  3. Hemmerich P, Massey V, Weber G.
    Photo-induced benzyl-substitution of flavins by phenylactate: a possible model for flavoprotein catalysis.
    Nature. 1967; 213: 728-730.

1966

  1. Anderson SR Weber G.
    The reversible acid dissociation and hybridization of lactic dehydrogenase.
    Arch Biochem Biophys. 1966; 116(1): 207-223.
  2. Brewer JM Weber G.
    The effect of magnesium on some physical properties of yeast enolase.
    J Biol Chem. 1966; 241(11): 2550-2557.
  3. Weber G Bablouzian B.
    Construction and performance of a fluorescence polarization spectrophotometer.
    J Biol Chem. 1966; 241(11): 2558-2561.
  4. Daniel E Weber G.
    Cooperative binding by bovine serum albumin. I. the binding of 1-anilino-8-naphthalenesulfonate: Fluorimetric titrations.
    Biochemistry. 1966; 5(6): 1893-1899.
  5. Weber G Daniel E.
    Cooperative effects in binding by bovine serum albumin. II. the binding of 1-anilino-8-naphthalene-sulfonate: Polarization of the ligand fluorescence and quenching of the protein fluorescence.
    Biochemistry. 1966; 5(6): 1900-1907.
  6. Weber G.
    Polarization of the fluorescence of solutions.
    Fluorescence and Phosphorescence Analysis. By DM Hercules (Editors). Interscience Publishers, pp. 217-240, 1966.

1965

  1. Hastings JW Weber G.
    A low intensity permanent liquid light standard activated by radioactivity.
    Photochem Photobiol. 1965; 4(6): 1049-1050.
  2. Weber G Anderson SR.
    Multiplicity of binding: range of validity and practical test of Adair's equation.
    Biochemistry. 1965; 4(10): 1942-1947.
  3. Anderson SR Weber G.
    Multiplicity of binding by lactate dehydrogenases.
    Biochemistry. 1965; 4: 1948-1957.
  4. Weber G.
    Polarization of the fluorescence of solutions subjected to an electric field.
    J Chem Phys. 1965; 43(2): 521-524.
  5. Weber G Teale FWJ.
    Interaction of proteins with radiation.
    The Proteins (Vol. III, 2nd edition). By H Neurath (Editors). Academic Press, New York, pp. 445-521, 1965.
  6. Weber G.
    The binding of small molecules to proteins.
    Molecular Biophysics: Proceedings of an international summer school held in Squaw Valley, California, August 17-28, 1964. By B Pullman and M Weissbluth (Editors). Academic Press, New York, pp. 369-396, 1965.
  7. Gibson QH, Hastings JW, Weber G, Duane W, Massa J.
    The interaction of flavin mononucleotide with an enzyme system from Photobacterium fischeri.
    Flavins and Flavoproteins (BBA Library, Vol. 8). By EC Slater (Editors). Elsevier Publishing Co, pp. 341-359, 1965. ISBN: 9780444405432
  8. Weber G.
    Intramolecular complexes of Flavins.
    Flavins and Flavoproteins (BBA Library, Vol. 8). By EC Slater (Editors). Elsevier Publishing Co, pp. 15-21, 1965. ISBN: 9780444405432

1964

  1. Weber G Young LB.
    Fragmentation of bovine serum albumin by pepsin. I. The origin of the acid expansion of the albumin molecule.
    J Biol Chem. 1964; 239(5): 1415-1423.
  2. Weber G Young LB.
    Fragmentation of bovine serum albumin by pepsin. II. Isolation, amino acid composition and physical properties of the fragments.
    J Biol Chem. 1964; 239(5): 1424-1431.
  3. Weber G Rosenheck K.
    Proton-transfer effects in the quenching of fluorescence of tyrosine copolymers.
    A symposium held at Stanford University, California, March 25-29, 1963.
    Quantum Aspects of Polypeptides and Polynucleotides (Vol. 13). By M Weissbluth (Editors). Interscience Publishers Inc, pp. 333-341, 1964. ISBN: 9780470932735

1963

  1. Hastings JW Weber G.
    Total quantum flux of isotropic sources.
    J Opt Soc Am. 1963; 53(12): 1410-1415.

1962

  1. Weber G.
    Nature of the configurational changes of bovine serum albumin in acid.
    Proceedings of the Biochemical Society, London, 1962.
    Biochem J. 1962; 84(3): 74.

1961

  1. Weber G.
    Enumeration of components in complex systems by fluorescence spectrophotometry.
    Nature. 1961; 190(4770): 27-29.
  2. Rosenheck K Weber G.
    pH dependence of the fluorescence yield of tyrosine copolymers.
    404th Meeting of the Biochemical Society, London, March 27-29, 1961.
    Biochem J. 1961; 79(3): 29, 19.
  3. Weber G.
    Tyrosine fluorescence in the albumins.
    404th Meeting of the Biochemical Society, London, March 27-29, 1961.
    Biochem J. 1961; 79(3): 29-30, 20.
  4. Weber G.
    Excited states of proteins.
    Symposium on Light and Life. March 28-31, 1960. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.
    Light and Life. By HB Glass and WD McElroy (Editors). Johns Hopkins Press, pp. 82-106, 1961. ISBN: 9780801804113

1960

  1. Weber G.
    Fluorescence parameters and photosynthesis.
    Comparative Biochemistry of Photoreactive Systems. By MB Allen (Editors). Academic Press Inc, pp. 395-411, 1960. ISBN: 9780120517503
  2. Weber G.
    Fluorescence polarization spectrum and electronic energy transfer in tyrosine, tryptophan and related compounds.
    Biochem J. 1960; 75(2): 335-345. PMCID: PMC1204430
  3. Weber G.
    Fluorescence-polarization spectrum and electronic energy transfer in proteins.
    Biochem J. 1960; 75(2): 345-352. PMCID: PMC1204431

1959

  1. Porter G Weber G.
    Energy transfer with special reference to biological systems.
    Nature. 1959; 184(4687): 688-709.
  2. Teale FWJ Weber G.
    Ultraviolet fluorescence of proteins.
    Proceedings of the Biochemical Society, London, 1959.
    Biochem J. 1959; 72(3): 15.
  3. Weber G Teale FWJ.
    Polarization of the ultraviolet fluorescence and electronic energy transfer in proteins.
    Proceedings of the Biochemical Society, London, 1959.
    Biochem J. 1959; 72(3): 15.
  4. Weber G.
    Nature of the conformational changes of albumin in acid.
    Proceedings of the Biochemical Society, London, 1959.
    Biochem J. 1959; 72: 74.
  5. Weber G Teale FWJ.
    Electronic energy transfer in haem proteins.
    Discuss Faraday Soc. 1959; 27: 134-141.
  6. Callaghan OH Weber G.
    Kinetic studies on rabbit-muscle myokinase.
    Biochem J. 1959; 73(3): 473-485. PMCID: PMC1197084

1958

  1. Weber G Teale FWJ.
    Fluorescence excitation spectrum of organic compounds in solution. Part 1. Systems with quantum yleld independent of the exciting wavelength.
    Trans Faraday Soc. 1958; 54: 640-648.
  2. Weber G.
    Transfert d'energie dans la dihydro-diphosphopyridine nucleotide.
    J Chim Physique. 1958; 55: 878-886.

1957

  1. Weber G.
    Intramolecular transfer of electronic energy in dihydro diphosphopyridine nucleotide.
    Nature. 1957; 180: 1409.
  2. Weber G Teale FWJ.
    Ultraviolet fluorescence of the aromatic amino acids.
    Biochem J. 1957; 65(3): 476-482. PMCID: PMC1199900
  3. Weber G Teale FWJ.
    Determination of the absolute quantum yield of fluorescent solutions.
    Trans Faraday Soc. 1957; 53: 646-655.

1956

  1. Weber G.
    Photoelectric method for the measurement of the polarization of the fluorescence of solutions.
    J Opt Soc Am. 1956; 46(11): 962-970.

1955

  1. Weber G.
    Enzyme action at a distance: an examination of its kinetics and physical possibilities.
    Discuss Faraday Soc. 1955; 20: 156-161.
  2. Whittam R, Bartley W, Weber G.
    The kinetics of the exchange of the phosphate groups of adenosine triphosphate during oxidative phosphorylation.
    Biochem J. 1955; 59(4): 590-599. PMCID: PMC1215622

1954

  1. Weber G.
    Dependence of the polarization of the fluorescence on the concentration.
    Trans Faraday Soc. 1954; 50: 552-555.
  2. Weber G Laurence DJR.
    Fluorescent indicators of adsorption in aqueous solution and on the solid phase.
    Process Biochem. 1954; 56(325th Meeting): xxxi.

1953

  1. Weber G.
    Polarization of the fluorescence of labeled protein molecules.
    Discuss Faraday Soc. 1953; 13: 33-39.
  2. Weber G.
    Rotational brownian motion and polarization of the fluorescence of solutions.
    Adv Protein Chem. 1953; 8: 415-459.

1952

  1. Weber G.
    Polarization of the fluorescence of macromolecules. 1. Theory and experimental method.
    Biochem J. 1952; 51(2): 145-155. PMCID: PMC1197814
  2. Weber G.
    Polarization of the fluorescence of macromolecules. 2. Fluorescent conjugates of ovalbumin and bovine serum albumin.
    Biochem J. 1952; 51(2): 155-167. PMCID: PMC1197815

1950

  1. Weber G.
    Fluorescence of riboflavin and flavin-adenine dinucleotide.
    Biochem J. 1950; 47(1): 114-121. PMCID: PMC1275171

1948

  1. Weber G.
    The quenching of fluorescence in liquids by complex formation: determination of the mean life of the complex.
    Trans Faraday Soc. 1948; 44: 185-189.

1947

  1. Weber G.
    Fluorescence of riboflavine, diaphorase and related substances.
    PhD in Biochemistry, St John's College, University of Cambridge, 1947.
    Advisor: Malcolm Dixon