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Default Novel use of EPR spectroscopy to study in vivo protein structure - News-Medical.net

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Novel use of EPR spectroscopy to study in vivo protein structure
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More recently, increases in the sensitivity of NMR and the use of isotope labelling have enabled determinations of the atomic level structure and dynamics of proteins to be determined within living cells1. NMR has been used to determine the structure ...


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