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ISBN:
0198547668
Author:
Jeremy N. S. Evans
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press; 1 edition (September 28, 1995)
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464 pages
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Overall, Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy is a very useful book students received the text very well and were favorably impressed . Jeremy N. S. Evans is at Washington State University, Pullman.

Overall, Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy is a very useful book students received the text very well and were favorably impressed with the coverage. - Biophysical Journal. A worthwhile introduction to the field. -Journal of Magnetic Resonance.

The technique of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is an important tool in biochemistry and biophysics for the . Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy. Publication Date - September 1995.

The technique of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is an important tool in biochemistry and biophysics for the understanding of the structure and, ultimately, the function of biomolecules. This textbook explains the salient features of biological NMR spectroscopy to undergraduates and postgraduates taking courses in NMR, 4iological NMR, physical biochemistry, and biophysics.

The technique of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is an important tool in biochemistry and biophysics for the understanding of the structure and ultimately, the function of biomolecules. This textbook explains the salient features of biological NMR spectroscopy to undergraduates and postgraduates taking courses in NMR, biological NMR, physical biochemistry, and biophysics.

Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy book.

This textbook explains the salient features of biological NMR spectroscopy to undergraduates and postgraduates taking courses in NMR, 4iological NMR, physical biochemistry, and biophysics.

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NMR spectroscopy is a powerful technique for determining structural and functional features of biomolecules in physiological solution . Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy By Jeremy N. Evans (Washington State University). January 1996 · Journal of the American Chemical Society

NMR spectroscopy is a powerful technique for determining structural and functional features of biomolecules in physiological solution as well as for observing their intermolecular interactions in real-time. However, complex steps associated with its practice have made the approach daunting for non-specialists. We introduce an NMR platform that makes biomolecular NMR spectroscopy much more. January 1996 · Journal of the American Chemical Society.

Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy Evans, Jeremy . Oxford Academ 9780198547662 : Explains the features of biomolecular NMR spectroscopy to advanced undergraduates and postgraduates taking course.

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d) 2D TOCSY spectroscopy. e) 2D COSY spectroscopy. f) 1H, 13C, 15N NMR spectroscopy and. NMR Spectroscopy User Guide.

NMR Spectroscopy User Guide - UCSB Chem and Biochem NMR. 391 Pages·2008·11. d) 2D TOCSY spectroscopy.

oceedings{rNS, title {Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy}, author {Jeremy N. .Appendices: examples of product operator calculations useful NMR data on amino acid residues useful NMR data on oligonucleotid. ONTINUE READING. Evans}, year {1995} }. Evans. Part 1 Theory: methods for spectral assignment - multidimensional NMR obtaining NMR structures. Part 2 Proteins: protein structure protein folding. Part 3 Enzymes: enzyme function acyl and phosphoryl transfer enzymes other enzymes. Part 4 Nucleic acids and carbohydrates: nucleic acids and carbohydrates.

The technique of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is an important tool in biochemistry and biophysics for the understanding of the structure and, ultimately, the function of biomolecules. This textbook explains the salient features of biological NMR spectroscopy to undergraduates and postgraduates taking courses in NMR, 4iological NMR, physical biochemistry, and biophysics. Unlike other books in the general field of NMR (except the advanced treatises), the approach here is to introduce and make use of quantum mechanical product operators as well as the classical vector method of explaining the bewildering array of pulse sequences available today. The book covers two-dimensional, three-dimensional, and four-dimensional NMR, and their application to protein and DNA structure determination. A unique feature is the coverage of the biological aspects of solid-state NMR spectroscopy. The author provides many selected examples from the research literature, illustrating the applications of NMR spectroscopy to biological proteins.
  • Rocky Basilisk
I needed quick education in the basics of how NMR helps understand structure in proteins, DNA, and RNA. I have only a general background in science, but hoped I could pick up an outsider's knowledge of the basics.
This book has been helpful. Any problems are in my own preparation for reading it, not in the book itself. This dives straight in at the deep end, going over the quantum mechanics of spin-coupled nuclei. Given that base, it follows an orderly path through the menagerie of biomolecules. That starts with structures of single proteins, even in cases where they can't be crystallized. The discussion includes a number of brief case studies of specific proteins. Next, it covers enzymes in bound and unbound states, also in terms of case studies. This section makes clear some of NMR's advantages over other techniques: cryological studies of intermediate states, in vivo studies, and information from light-isotope tagging. The following section discusses DNA at length. I guess that interest in RNA secondary structure entered the main stream after this book was published - more discussion of RNA structure would have been helpful. This section also addresses DNA/drug interactions, a topic of clear interest. The chapter ends with a short discussion of saccharides and glyoproteins. This is an area that I keep my eye on. Sugar chemistry is more complicated than DNA or proteins - it can be non-linear, for one thing - and just as important in a functioning organism. (Because of polysaccharides' complexity and indirect connection to genetic molecules, they are not well studied. I look for this to change in coming years.) The next section follows logically: protein interactions with lipids, as found in cell membranes and virus interactions.
The book's content is very rich - a bit too rich for me, in truth. I usually pick up technical information pretty quickly. I struggled with this book, though, and just didn't have time to get the full value from many sections. I imagine this book will be essential to serious NMR chemists. I'm still looking for a more digestible introduction.
  • Galubel
My need for learning about the use of NMR in determining structure in biomolecules was the main driver for me choosing this work. It turned out to be a good desk reference and a fine introduction. There is a good link between recent primary literature and this illuminating text which clarified a number of the basics which clearly improved my understanding of the primary literature and therefore this was a very useful text book.