Deviations from the simple two-parameter model-free approach to the interpretation of nitrogen-15 nuclear magnetic relaxation of proteins

@article{Clore1990DeviationsFT,
  title={Deviations from the simple two-parameter model-free approach to the interpretation of nitrogen-15 nuclear magnetic relaxation of proteins},
  author={G. Marius Clore and Attila Szab{\'o} and Adriaan Bax and Lewis E. Kay and Paul C. Driscoll and Angela M. Gronenborn},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={1990},
  volume={112},
  pages={4989-4991}
}

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