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The use and misuse of FTIR spectroscopy in the determination of protein structure.
This review critically assess the application of FTIR spectroscopy to the determination of protein structure by outlining the principles underlying protein secondary structure determination by FTIRSpectroscopy, and highlighting the situations in which FTIR Spectroscopy should be considered the technique of choice.
Fourier Self-Deconvolution: A Method for Resolving Intrinsically Overlapped Bands
The general theory of Fourier self-deconvolution, i.e., spectral deconvolution using Fourier transforms and the intrinsic lineshape, is developed. The method provides a way of computationally
Infrared spectroscopy of biomolecules
Theoretical Analyses of the Amide I Infrared Bands of Globular Proteins (H. Torii & M. Tasumi). Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy of Enzyme Systems (J. Alben). Light--Induced Fourier Transform
Beware of proteins in DMSO.
Infrared spectra of basal cell carcinomas are distinct from non-tumor-bearing skin components.
Spectral separation of abnormal versus normal tissue was achieved with high sensitivity and specificity, which points to infrared spectroscopy as a potentially useful screening tool for cutaneous neoplasia.