Solid-state NMR analysis of membrane proteins and protein aggregates by proton detected spectroscopy.

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Solid-state NMR has emerged as an important tool for structural biology and chemistry, capable of solving atomic-resolution structures for proteins in membrane-bound and aggregated states. Proton detection methods have been recently realized under fast magic-angle spinning conditions, providing large sensitivity enhancements for efficient examination of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10858-012-9672-z

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@article{Zhou2012SolidstateNA, title={Solid-state NMR analysis of membrane proteins and protein aggregates by proton detected spectroscopy.}, author={Donghua H Zhou and Andrew J Nieuwkoop and Deborah A. Berthold and Gemma Modinos Comellas and Lindsay J. Sperling and Ming Y. Tang and Gautam Jitendra Shah and Elliott Joseph Brea and Luisel R. Lemkau and Chad M Rienstra}, journal={Journal of biomolecular NMR}, year={2012}, volume={54 3}, pages={291-305} }