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A New Tool to Reveal Structure of Proteins - Lab Manager Magazine



A New Tool to Reveal Structure of Proteins
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For roughly a decade, a technique called solid state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy has allowed researchers to detect the arrangements of atoms in proteins that defy study by traditional laboratory tools such as X-ray crystallography.

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