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Fundamentals of protein NMR spectroscopy / by Gordon S. Rule and T. Kevin Hitchens.

By: Rule, Gordon S
Contributor(s): Hitchens, T. Kevin
Material type: TextTextSeries: Focus on structural biology ; v. 5Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, c.2006Description: xxvi, 530 p. : ill. ; 25 cmISBN: 1402034997; 9781402034992Subject(s): Macromolecules | Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy | | Pharmacy March2016DDC classification: 547.7
Contents:
NMR spectroscopy. -- Practical aspects of acquiring NMR spectra. -- Introduction to signal processing. -- Quantum mechanical description of NMR. -- Quantum mechanical description of a one pulse experiment. -- The density matrix & product operators. -- Scalar coupling. -- Coupled spins: density matrix and product operator formalism. -- Two dimensional homonuclear J-correlated spectroscopy. -- Two dimensional heteronuclear J-correlated spectroscopy. -- Coherence editing: pulsed-field gradients and phase cycling. -- Quadrature detection in multi-dimensional NMR spectroscopy. -- Resonance assignments: homonuclear methods. -- Resonance assignments: heteronuclear methods. -- Practical aspects of N-dimensional data acquisition and processing. -- Dipolar coupling. -- Protein structure determination. -- Exchange processes. -- Nuclear spin relaxation and molecular dynamics. -- Appendices: A. Fourier transforms ; B. Complex variables, scalars, vectors, and tensors ; C. Solving simultaneous differential equations: Laplace transforms ; D. Building blocks of pulse sequences.
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Index : p. 521-530.

Bibliography : p. 505-517.

NMR spectroscopy. -- Practical aspects of acquiring NMR spectra. -- Introduction to signal processing. -- Quantum mechanical description of NMR. -- Quantum mechanical description of a one pulse experiment. -- The density matrix & product operators. -- Scalar coupling. -- Coupled spins: density matrix and product operator formalism. -- Two dimensional homonuclear J-correlated spectroscopy. -- Two dimensional heteronuclear J-correlated spectroscopy. -- Coherence editing: pulsed-field gradients and phase cycling. -- Quadrature detection in multi-dimensional NMR spectroscopy. -- Resonance assignments: homonuclear methods. -- Resonance assignments: heteronuclear methods. -- Practical aspects of N-dimensional data acquisition and processing. -- Dipolar coupling. -- Protein structure determination. -- Exchange processes. -- Nuclear spin relaxation and molecular dynamics. -- Appendices: A. Fourier transforms ; B. Complex variables, scalars, vectors, and tensors ; C. Solving simultaneous differential equations: Laplace transforms ; D. Building blocks of pulse sequences.

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