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Default FacilitatedAssignment of Large Protein NMR Signalswith Covariance Sequential Spectra Using Spectral Derivatives

FacilitatedAssignment of Large Protein NMR Signalswith Covariance Sequential Spectra Using Spectral Derivatives

Bradley J. Harden, Scott R. Nichols and Dominique P. Frueh



Journal of the American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/ja5058407




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