Biological Magnetic Resonance
Lawrence J. Berliner, Jacques Reuben
Plenum Press, 1978 - Biology
Annotation. Describes techniques and applications that have emerged since the previous volume in the series on spin labeling in 1989, and marks a shift in the series to topic-focused volumes. Among the topics are the analysis of spin-label line shapes with novel inhomogeneous broadening from different components widths and applications to spatially disconnected domains in membranes, a comparison of spin-label spectra at X-band and W-band, the site- directed spin labeling of membrane proteins and of interactions between peptides and membranes, spin-labeled nucleic acids, and electron paramagnetic resonance studies of living animals and related model systems. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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