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ATP Synthase (picture below is from the Nobel Foundation )

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bullet1997 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was given to P.D.Boyer and J. E. Walker for their elucidation of the enzymatic mechanism underlying the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Nobel Foundation (Updated 4/8/99).
bulletAnimation Movies of ATP Synthase- (cool site!) these are cool animations of the the F0 and F1 subunits of the ATP synthase at the University of California, Berkeley.
bulletATP Mechanisms Revealed is a short article, which talks about the ATP synthase at Genentech, Inc (4/8/99).
bulletATP Synthase sites for biochemistry- by Dr. Sandra L. Jewett, providing a wide range of links to this enzyme.  For more information about Dr. Jewett click here (Updated 10/3/01).
bulletBoyer, P. D., the 1997 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, homepage at Chemistry Department of UCLA (Updated 4/8/99).
bulletDirect observation of the rotation of F1-ATPase: Rotation of gamma subunit of thermophilic F1-ATPase was observed directly with epifluorescent microscope. Tokyo Institute of Technology. (Updated 4/8/99)
bulletJeremias' Alley provides some useful links to ATP synthase sites (Updated 5/9/99).
bulletLecture 10: ATP synthase by A. R. Crofts at the Life Sciences, University of Illinois, Urbana (Updated 4/8/99)

Cool Animations of the ATP Synthase By Hongyun Wang and George Oster, University of California, Berkeley

This is an experimental mirror of the Berkeley site.  The images are done in gifs rather than mpegs or quicktime movies.  The advantage of gifs is that they are cross-compatible with a variety of graphic browsers.  It will be updated in the future to include more animations.

bulletoriginal site
bulletF1_3d.gif (11471 bytes)A perspective view of alpha3 beta3 gamma in cartoon display (Experimental Gif)