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Default Sensitivity-EnhancedFour-Dimensional AmideľAmideCorrelation NMR Experiments for Sequential Assignment of Proline-RichDisordered Proteins

Sensitivity-EnhancedFour-Dimensional AmideľAmideCorrelation NMR Experiments for Sequential Assignment of Proline-RichDisordered Proteins

Leo E. Wong, Joachim Maier, Ju?rgen Wienands, Stefan Becker and Christian Griesinger



Journal of the American Chemical Society
DOI: 10.1021/jacs.8b00215




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