NMR and biomolecular structure
Easy to read and well balanced between theory and practice, this book offers a concise, state-of-the-art report on conformational studies of biomolecules by two- and three-dimensional NMR spectroscopy. Carefully selected, interesting examples illustrate the analyses of biomolecular structures (particularly proteins and nucleic acids) and dynamic processes. They are a great help to the reader in critically evaluating and interpreting the results of these studies.
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3D NMR Spectroscopy in High Resolution NMR
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