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NMR experiments to assign aromatic sidechains?

Hello, may I ask this - NMR experiments/pulse sequences are available to assign aromatic sidechains - Phe, Tyr, Trp? We'd like to try 2D and 3D.

What's available in the vendor-specific libraries?

Thank you very much.



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