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The cellular content of phospholipid transfer activity in Rhodopseudomonas sphaeroides was examined as a function of both oxyfen partial pressure and light intensity used for growth. Cells grown under high light conditions (100 W/m ) had over two times the cellular level of phospholipid transfer activity when compared with cells grown under other conditions. Although cells grown under low light conditions (3 W/m2) had the lowest amount of total phospholipid transfer activity, they had thedoi:10.1128/jb.164.1.181-186.1985 fatcat:zkoxbaokovebroite6fs7cb33a