R. Brüschweiler

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Structural characterization of biomolecules in solution by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is based primarily on the use of interproton distances derived from homonuclear cross-relaxation experiments. Information about short time-scale dynamics, on the other hand, is obtained from relaxation rates of heteronuclear spin pairs such as 15N-1H. By(More)
Significant progress in NMR methodology for measuring spin-relaxation data at many different 15N and 13C sites in proteins demands new and increasingly sophisticated ways of data interpretation. Recent work of our group concerning the use of anisotropic and reorientational collective motional models for spin-relaxation interpretation is briefly reviewed and(More)
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