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Plant dynamics: NMR offers cellular clues

Researchers in the USA have used dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy on what they describe as a super-sensitive instrument to locate precisely where a protein binds to plant cell walls, reveal a process that loosens the cell walls and thus explains how plants can grow. The research might ultimately lead to more abundant biomass crop yields for renewable energy.

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