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Default ICMRBS founderís medal 2006: Biological solid-state NMR, methods and applications

ICMRBS founderís medal 2006: Biological solid-state NMR, methods and applications
Marc Baldus
Journal of Biomolecular NMR; 2007; 39(1); pp 73-86

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Solid-state NMR (ssNMR) provides increasing possibilities to study structure and dynamics of biomolecular systems. Our group has been interested in developing ssNMR-based approaches that are applicable to biomolecules of increasing molecular size and complexity without the need of specific isotope-labelling. Methodological aspects ranging from spectral assignments to the indirect detection of protonĖproton contacts in multi-dimensional ssNMR are discussed and applied to (membrane) protein complexes.
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