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Biosimilar structural comparability assessment by NMR: from small proteins to monoclonal antibodies | Scientific Reports - Nature.com
Feb 20, 2024 - 11:08 PM - by nmrlearner
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DNA nanotubes for NMR structure determination of membrane proteins - Nature.com
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Dominant entropic binding of perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) to albumin protein revealed by 19F NMR - sciencedirect.com
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[NMR paper] Measuring Protein-Ligand Binding by Hyperpolarized Ultrafast NMR
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nmrlearner's Avatar Measuring Protein-Ligand Binding by Hyperpolarized Ultrafast NMR

Protein-ligand interactions can be detected by observing changes in the transverse relaxation rates of the ligand upon binding. The ultrafast NMR technique, which correlates the chemical shift with the transverse relaxation rate, allows for the simultaneous acquisition of R(2) for carbon spins at different positions. In combination with dissolution dynamic nuclear polarization (D-DNP), where the signal intensity is enhanced by thousands of times, the R(2) values of several carbon signals from...

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Exploration of the dynamic interplay between lipids and membrane proteins by hydrostatic pressure - Nature.com
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Protein folding on the ribosome studied using NMR spectroscopy - ScienceDirect.com
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Hyperpolarized MAS NMR of unfolded and misfolded proteins - ScienceDirect.com
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Solid-state NMR spectroscopy structure determination of a lipid-embedded heptahelical membrane protein - Nature.com
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