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Principles of pulse electron paramagnetic resonance
This book explains the foundations of pulse EPR, a field of spectroscopy which has now come of age and has found widespread application in investigations of structure, dynamics, and function of…
EasySpin, a comprehensive software package for spectral simulation and analysis in EPR.
Pulsed ELDOR detected NMR
Pulsed Electron‐Nuclear Double Resonance Methodology
Stage-specific tyrosine phosphorylation of actin in Dictyostelium discoideum cells.
Fluorescence labelling with phalloidin of cells that were fixed at different times of PAO treatment revealed a progressive decrease in the staining for actin filaments and showed that alterations in cytoskeleton organization were readily reversible, in accordance with the reversal of tyrosine phosphorylation at actin.
A Stable Aminyl Radical Metal Complex
It is reported that transition metal coordination also supports an aminyl radical, resulting in a stable crystalline complex: [Rh(I)(trop2N.)(bipy)]+OTf–, which supports 57% localization of the unpaired spin at N.
Electron paramagnetic resonance evidence for binding of Cu(2+) to the C-terminal domain of the murine prion protein.
Elimination of unwanted echoes and reduction of dead time in three-pulse electron spin-echo spectroscopy
Unraveling the Cu2+ Binding Sites in the C-Terminal Domain of the Murine Prion Protein: A Pulse EPR and ENDOR Study†
A pulse EPR and electron nuclear double resonance (ENDOR) study of the three different Cu(II) binding sites observed in the structured, C-terminal part of the murine prion protein, mPrP(121−231) found that the three complexes are distinguished by a different number of nitrogen atoms directly involved in the Cu( II) ligation.