Enhanced NMR spectroscopy boosts studies on human proteins

08/20/2008 | News Post India

Researchers have developed a technique that enhances the capabilities of solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy in analyzing protein chemistry and structure in humans at the atomic scale. Unlike traditional solution NMR spectroscopy, the technique can be used for a wide range of membrane proteins and fibrils that are not water-soluble.

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