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Default Sensitivity-enhanced detection of non-labile proton and carbon NMR spectra on water resonances #DNPNMR

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Sensitivity-enhanced detection of non-labile proton and carbon NMR spectra on water resonances #DNPNMR

Novakovic, M., et al., Sensitivity-enhanced detection of non-labile proton and carbon NMR spectra on water resonances. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2017. 20(1): p. 56-62.


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29171604


Chemical exchange saturation transfer (CEST) experiments enhance the NMR signals of labile protons by continuously transferring these protons' saturation to an abundant solvent pool like water. The present study expands these principles by fusing into these experiments homonuclear isotropic mixing sequences, enabling the water-enhanced detection of non-exchangeable species. Further opportunities are opened by the addition of coupling-mediated heteronuclear polarization transfers, which then impose on the water resonance a saturation stemming from non-labile heteronuclear species like (13)C. To multiplex the ensuing experiments, these relayed approaches are combined with time-domain schemes involving multiple Ramsey-labeling experiments imparting the frequencies of the non-labile sites on the water resonance, via chemical exchange. (13)C and (1)H NMR spectra were detected in this fashion with about two-fold SNR amplification vis-a-vis conventionally detected spectroscopies. When combined with non-uniform sampling principles, this methodology thus becomes a sensitive alternative to detect non-exchangeable species in biomolecules. Still, multiple parameters including the scalar couplings and solvent exchange rates, will affect the efficiency and consequently the practicality of the overall experiment.


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