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Very high-field EPR study of glycyl radical enzymes.
This work shows that very high-field EPR spectroscopy allows a rather accurate determination of the g-tensor of protein radicals, including C-centered ones, and thus may be used as a probe for
A high-frequency and high-field EPR study of new azide and fluoride mononuclear Mn(III) complexes.
The isolation, structural characterization and electronic properties of three new six-coordinated Mn(III) complexes, and all these complexes exhibit a Jahn-Teller distortion of the octahedron characteristic of high-spin Mn( III) (S = 2), are investigated.
Efficient incorporation and protection of lansoprazole in cyclodextrin metal-organic frameworks.
EPR on Biological Samples beyond the Limits of Superconducting MagnetsThe Primary Donor Cation of Purple Bacterial Photosynthesis
The g-matrix of a free radical is an important observable that yields information on its electronic structure. It is usually measured by electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) under “high field”
Dissolution dynamic nuclear polarization of deuterated molecules enhanced by cross-polarization.
A new class of long-lived spin states can be detected indirectly by 13C NMR in solution after rapid dissolution, and can exceed the life-time T1(Dz) of deuterium Zeeman magnetization by a factor of more than 20.
Imaging active site chemistry and protonation states: NMR crystallography of the tryptophan synthase α-aminoacrylate intermediate
The chemically detailed, three-dimensional structure from NMR-assisted crystallography is key to understanding why benzimidazole does not react, while indole does.
Probing short and long-range interactions in native collagen inside the bone matrix by BioSolids CryoProbe.
Almost a four-fold sensitivity enhancement in the natural abundance 13 C spectrum compared to the room temperature conventional solid-state NMR probe is reported.