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13 C- and 1 H-detection under fast MAS for the study of poorly available proteins: application to sub-milligram quantities of a 7 trans-membrane protein

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We demonstrate that 13C-detected spectra recorded using fast (60*kHz) magic angle spinning on sub-milligram (
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