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Default In-Cell Solid-State NMR: An Emerging Technique for the Study of Biological Membranes.

In-Cell Solid-State NMR: An Emerging Technique for the Study of Biological Membranes.

Related Articles In-Cell Solid-State NMR: An Emerging Technique for the Study of Biological Membranes.

Biophys J. 2015 Dec 15;109(12):2461-6

Authors: Warnet XL, Arnold AA, Marcotte I, Warschawski DE

Abstract
Biological molecular processes are often studied in model systems, which simplifies their inherent complexity but may cause investigators to lose sight of the effects of the molecular environment. Information obtained in this way must therefore be validated by experiments in the cell. NMR has been used to study biological cells since the early days of its development. The first NMR structural studies of a protein inside a cell (by solution-state NMR) and of a membrane protein (by solid-state NMR) were published in 2001 and 2011, respectively. More recently, dynamic nuclear polarization, which has been used to enhance the signal in solid-state NMR, has also been applied to the study of frozen cells. Much progress has been made in the past 5*years, and in this review we take stock of this new technique, which is particularly appropriate for the study of biological membranes.


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