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Default Spinning faster: protein NMR at MAS frequencies up to 126*kHz

Spinning faster: protein NMR at MAS frequencies up to 126*kHz

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We report linewidth and proton T1, T1? and T2? relaxation data of the model protein ubiquitin acquired at MAS frequencies up to 126*kHz. We find a predominantly linear improvement in linewidths and coherence decay times of protons with increasing spinning frequency in the range from 93 to 126*kHz. We further attempt to gain insight into the different contributions to the linewidth at fast MAS using site-specific analysis of proton relaxation parameters and present bulk relaxation times as a function of the MAS frequency. For microcrystalline fully-protonated ubiquitin, inhomogeneous contributions are only a minor part of the proton linewidth, and at 126*kHz MAS coherent effects are still dominating. We furthermore present site-specific proton relaxation rate constants during a spinlock at 126*kHz MAS, as well as MAS-dependent bulk T1? (1HN).



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