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Default Journal Highlight: Combined use of filtered and edited 1H NMR spectroscopy to detect 13C-enriched compounds in complex mixtures

Journal Highlight: Combined use of filtered and edited 1H NMR spectroscopy to detect 13C-enriched compounds in complex mixtures

The 13C background signal can be distinguished from resonances of 13C-enriched xenobiotics by the absence of a 12C component, detected by combined analysis of 13C-filtered and -edited proton NMR spectra. 

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