Fast mapping of biomolecular interfaces by Random Spin Labeling (RSL).

Abstract

Random spin labeling (RSL) is a method for rapid mapping of biomolecular interaction surfaces using an interaction partner with SL and an interaction partner enriched in (13)C or (15)N nuclei for paramagnetic relaxation enhanced NMR-based detection. The SL reaction is conducted in a manner resulting in a heterogeneous reaction product consisting of… (More)

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@article{Hartl2012FastMO, title={Fast mapping of biomolecular interfaces by Random Spin Labeling (RSL).}, author={Maximilian Hartl and Bj{\"o}rn M Burmann and Stefan J Prasch and Clemens Schwarzinger and Kristian Schweimer and Birgitta M. W{\"o}hrl and Paul R{\"o}sch and Stephan Schwarzinger}, journal={Journal of biomolecular structure & dynamics}, year={2012}, volume={29 4}, pages={793-8} }