Introduction to Proton Detection in Biological Samples under Ultra-Fast Magic Angle Spinning

@inproceedings{Daebel2015IntroductionTP,
  title={Introduction to Proton Detection in Biological Samples under Ultra-Fast Magic Angle Spinning},
  author={Venita Daebel},
  year={2015}
}
In collaboration with Guido Pintacuda and co-workers, Bruker BioSpin presents three basic 1H-detected pulse programs (‘pulprog’) that allow initial protein backbone assignment under fast MAS[3] : 1. hNH: 1D and 2D, Figures 1A and 3, pulprog: hNH2D.dcp 2. hCαNH: 1D-3D , Figures 1B and 4, pulprog: hCaNH3D.tcp 3. hCONH: 1D-3D , Figures 4 and 6B, pulprog: hCONH3D.tcp Introduction to Proton Detection in Biological Samples under Ultra-Fast Magic Angle Spinning 

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