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The CLIP/CLAP-HSQC: pure absorptive spectra for the measurement of one-bond couplings.
Heteronuclear residual dipolar one-bond couplings of organic molecules at natural abundance are most easily measured using t2 coupled HSQC spectra. However, inevitably mismatched transfer delaysExpand
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A robust, sensitive, and versatile HMBC experiment for rapid structure elucidation by NMR: IMPACT-HMBC.
  • J. Furrer
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Chemical communications
  • 21 May 2010
A robust, versatile and easy to optimize HMBC experiment for complex organic structure elucidation which has been experimentally tested on cholesteryl acetate, cyclosporine and isopropylideneExpand
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A comprehensive discussion of hmbc pulse sequences, part 1: The classical HMBC
Since its introduction in 1986, the heteronuclear multiple bond correlation (HMBC) experiment has modernized nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy for the structural studies of small to mediumExpand
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Antimalarial dual drugs based on potent inhibitors of glutathione reductase from Plasmodium falciparum.
Plasmodium parasites are exposed to higher fluxes of reactive oxygen species and need high activities of intracellular antioxidant systems providing a steady glutathione flux. As a future generationExpand
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Orientational properties of stretched polystyrene gels in organic solvents and the suppression of their residual 1H NMR signals.
While residual dipolar couplings (RDCs) are an established method in high-resolution biomolecular NMR, their use for structure determination of small molecules in organic solvents is limited by theExpand
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Homonuclear Hartmann-Hahn transfer with reduced relaxation losses by use of the MOCCA-XY16 multiple pulse sequence.
Homonuclear Hartmann-Hahn transfer is one of the most important building blocks in modern high-resolution NMR. It constitutes a very efficient transfer element for the assignment of proteins, nucleicExpand
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Insights into the in vitro Anticancer Effects of Diruthenium‐1
The in vitro anticancer activity of the dinuclear trithiolato‐bridged arene ruthenium complex diruthenium‐1 (DiRu‐1) was evaluated against a panel of human cancer cell lines used as in vitro modelsExpand
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Interactions of arene ruthenium metallaprisms with human proteins.
Interactions between three hexacationic arene ruthenium metallaprisms, [(p-cymene)6Ru6(tpt)2(dhnq)3](6+), [(p-cymene)6Ru6(tpt)2(dhbq)3](6+) and [(p-cymene)6Ru6(tpt)2(oxa)3](6+), and a series of humanExpand
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Encapsulation of the Dinuclear Trithiolato‐Bridged Arene Ruthenium Complex Diruthenium‐1 in an Apoferritin Nanocage: Structure and Cytotoxicity
The effects of encapsulating the cytotoxic dinuclear trithiolato‐bridged arene ruthenium complex [(η6‐p‐MeC6H4iPr)2Ru2(μ2‐S‐p‐C6H4tBu)3]Cl (DiRu‐1) within the apoferritin (AFt) nanocage wereExpand
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Combined Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Depth Profiling and Focused Ion Beam Analysis of Cu Films Electrodeposited under Oscillatory Conditions
The recrystallization behavior of Cu films electrodeposited under oscillatory conditions in the presence of plating additives was studied by means of secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) andExpand
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