MBI Staff Member – Personal info

Dr. Heiko Lokstein

No longer employed at MBI

MBI Publications

  1. On the electronic structure of Cu chlorophyllin and its breakdown products: a Carbon K-Edge X-ray absorption spectroscopy study

    K. Witte, I. Mantouvalou, R. Sánchez-de-Armas, H. Lokstein, J. Lebendig-Kuhla, A. Jonas, F. Roth, B. Kanngießer, H. Stiel

    Journal of Physical Chemistry B 122 (2018) 1846−1851
  2. Magnesium K-edge NEXAFS spectroscopy of chlorophyll a in solution

    K. Witte, C. Streeck, I. Mantouvalou, S. A. Suchkova, H. Lokstein, D. Groetzsch, W. Martyanov, J. Weser, B. Kanngiesser, B. Beckhoff, H. Stiel

    Journal of Physical Chemistry B 120 (2016) 11619–11627
  3. Near edge X-ray absorption fine structure spectroscopy (NEXAFS) of pigment-protein complexes: Peridinin-chlorophyll a-protein (PCP) of Amphidinium carterae

    H. Legall, H. Stiel, M. Beck, D. Leupold, W. Gruszecki, R. Hiller, H. Lokstein

    J. Biochem. Bioph. Meth. 70 (2007) 369-376
  4. Stepwise two-photon excited fluorescence from higher excited states of chlorophylls in photosynthetic antenna complexes

    D. Leupold, K. Teuchner, J. Ehlert, K.-D. Irrgang, G. Renger, H. Lokstein

    The Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (2006) 25381-25387
  5. Excitation energy transfer between (bacterio)chlorophylls - the role of excitonic coupling

    D. Leupold, H. Lokstein, H. Scheer

    Chlorophylls and Bacteriochlorophylls: Biochemistry, Biophysics, Functions and Applications 25 Springer (2006) 413-430
  6. Pigment-pigment interactions in PCP of amphidinium carterae investigated by nonlinear polarization spectroscopy in the frequency domain

    M. Krikunova, H. Lokstein, D. Leupold, R. G. Hiller, B. Voigt

    Biophysical Journal 90 (2006) 261-271
  7. Towards elucidating the energy of the first excited singlet state of xanthophyll cycle pigments by X-ray absorption spectroscopy

    W. I. Gruszecki, H. Stiel, D. Niedzwiedzki, M. Beck, J. Milanowska, H. Lokstein, D. Leupold

    Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Bioenergetics 1708 (2005) 102-107
  8. Photophysical properties of Prochlorococcus marinus SS120 divinyl chlorophylls and phycoerythrin in vitro and in vivo

    C. Steglich, C.W. Mullineux, K. Teuchner, W.R. Hess, H. Lokstein

    FEBS Letters 553 (2003) 79-84
  9. Fluorescence of native and carotenoid-depleted LH2 from Chromatium minutissimum, originating from simultaneous two-photon absorption in the spectral range of the presumed (optically "dark") S1 state of carotenoids

    M. Krikunova, A. Kummrow, B. Voigt, M. Rini, H. Lokstein, A. Moskalenko, H. Scheer, A. Razjivin, D. Leupold

    FEBS Letters 528 (2002) 227-229
  10. Direct evidence for excitonically coupled chlorophylls a and b in LHC II of higher plants by non-linear polarization spectroscopy in the frequency domain

    M. Krikunova, B. Voigt, H. Lokstein

    Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1556 (2002) 1-5