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Default Lectures on NMR Spectroscopy and Protein Structures from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The UNL Department of Chemistry's excellent series of lectures about protein NMR are available from their website, http://bionmr-c1.unl.edu/

Topics covered include (powerpoint):
Introduction to Protein Structures
Introduction to Protein Modeling Software
Introduction to Minimization and Dynamics
Comparison of NMR and X-ray Structures
Introduction to Protein Labeling
NMR Protein Assignments
NMR Protein Structure Determination
Assessing Quality of NMR Protein Structures
Protein Dynamics Analysis by NMR
NMR Analysis of Protein-Ligand Interactions
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