A New and Robust Solid-State NMR Method for Protein Backbone Assignment: Band-Selective Homonuclear Cross Polarization
18 Dec 2014

A crucial step for solid state NMR site-specific protein characterization and structure elucidation is the time-consuming resonance assignment. This application note presents a set of band-selective homonuclear cross polarization experiments to facilitate the recording of spectra and to simplify the assignment process. A detailed description of necessary parameters is given.

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