P R Daugaard

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The structure of the first eukaryotic genome, belonging to Saccharomyces cerevisiae, has been deduced; however, very little is known about its origin. In order to trace events that led to the current state of the Saccharomyces nuclear genomes, random fragments of genomic DNA from three yeasts were sequenced and compared to the S. cerevisiae database(More)
The rate of conversion of D-[1-(13)C]glucose into [3-(13)C]lactate (apparent glycolytic rate) has been determined in C3H murine mammary carcinomas in vivo using tumor-selective (13)C nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy with (1)H-(13)C cross-polarization. Under conditions of acute hypoxia induced by breathing carbon monoxide at 660 ppm, the apparent(More)
Deuterium uptake into foot-implanted C3H murine mammary carcinomas was measured non-invasively by 2H NMR spectroscopy at 46 MHz after i.v. injection. The arterial input function (AIF) was estimated from 2H NMR measurements with a second radiofrequency coil externally located over the heart. Tumour and heart data were acquired over the same time period by(More)
A novel flat-coil solid-state NMR probe capable of controlling the hydration of oriented phospholipid bilayers in the course of long-term experiments, is described. Perfect hydration control for at least five days of intense radio-frequency pulsing is demonstrated using (31)P NMR of oriented dimyristoylphospha-tidylcholine bilayers. The probe design will be(More)
Design of state-of-the-art instrumentation and software for acquisition and analysis of single-crystal NMR spectra is presented. The design involves highly accurate rotation of a goniometer, and the acquisition of all the spectra for each rotation axis is automatically controlled by the host computer of the spectrometer using a homebuilt interface between(More)
The design of a broadband 4-mm magic-angle spinning (MAS) X-(1)H/(19)F double resonance probe for cross-polarization (CP)/MAS NMR studies at 21.15 T ((1)H at 900 MHz) is described. The high-frequency (1)H/(19)F channel employs a new and efficient transmission line tuning design. The first (13)C CP/MAS NMR spectra recorded at 21.15 T have been obtained with(More)
Time savings by a factor of between 20 and 30 in the acquisition of multinuclear single-crystal (SC) NMR spectra have been obtained for submillimeter-size (0.01 to 0.03 mm(3)) single crystals when compared to recent results for (31)P and (87)Rb SC NMR. This gain in sensitivity is achieved by optimizing the filling factor using the smallest possible rf coil(More)
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