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Default A self-assembled, ?-stacked complex as a finely-tunable magnetic aligner for biomolecular NMR applications.

A self-assembled, ?-stacked complex as a finely-tunable magnetic aligner for biomolecular NMR applications.

Related Articles A self-assembled, ?-stacked complex as a finely-tunable magnetic aligner for biomolecular NMR applications.

Chem Commun (Camb). 2015 Jan 8;

Authors: Sato S, Takeuchi R, Yagi-Utsumi M, Yamaguchi T, Yamaguchi Y, Kato K, Fujita M

Abstract
The number of molecules constituting 1D intermolecular aggregates of the ?-stacked self-assembled complex was controlled by altering the concentration and temperature. Enhanced magnetic orientation was observed for the aggregates with larger aggregation numbers. It was demonstrated that the designable complex aggregates serve as magnetic aligners to induce magnetic alignment upon an analyte protein coexisting in the solution, resulting in the observation of residual dipolar coupling (RDC) of the analyte.


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