Heteronuclear transfers from labile protons in biomolecular NMR: Cross polarization, revisited.

  title={Heteronuclear transfers from labile protons in biomolecular NMR: Cross polarization, revisited.},
  author={Mihajlo Novakovic and Sundaresan Jayanthi and Adonis Lupulescu and Maria Grazia Concilio and Jihyun Kim and Dave Columbus and Ilya Kuprov and Lucio Frydman},
  journal={Journal of magnetic resonance},



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