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Inside Cover: A Molecular Magnet Confined in the Nanocage of a Globular Protein (ChemPhysChem 2/2010)
The well known molecular magnet V15 (V green; As dark yellow; O red) is shown in a hydrophobic cavity of a human serum albumin with the single tryptophan fluorescence centre (Trp214) in its vicinity, as described by P. Lemmens, S. K. Pal et al. on p. 389. The Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET) from Trp214 to V15 is represented schematically.