Towards the accurate measurement of internuclear distances in biological macromolecules by suppression of spin diffusion

The anal. of 2-dimensional NOESY spectra can be misleading if spin diffusion effects are not properly taken into account. An approach consisting in suppressing spin diffusion by selective inversion of the spins undergoing the Overhauser effect, known as QUIET-NOESY (Zwahlen, C. et al., 1994), is described. In addn., the QUIET-EXSY method (Zwahlen, C. et al., 1995), related to the suppression of spin diffusion by QUIET-NOESY, is discussed. [on SciFinder (R)]


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NMR as a Structural Tool for Macromolecules: Current Status and Future Directions, 145-166
Presented at:
International Symposium on NMR as a Structural Tool for Macromolecules: Current Status and Future Directions, Indianapolis, Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 1994
Year:
1996
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