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Default Spectroscopic solution: NMR accesses membrane protein structures

Spectroscopic solution: NMR accesses membrane protein structures

Membrane proteins mediate so much of the information flow between cells and their surroundings. Understanding their molecular structure will inevitably give scientists insights into function and form as well as providing targets for novel pharmaceuticals when these proteins go awry.

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