The review article by prof. Kristaps Jaudzems (Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis) and scientists from Very High Field NMR Center of Lyon (France), University of Warsaw (Poland) and Max-Planck-Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences (Germany) on 1H-detected NMR under fast magic-angle spinning is published in the prestigious journal Chemical Reviews (IF = 60.62).
The authors reviewed the advances in 1H-detected magic-angle spinning NMR of the last two decades, which have seen the technique progress from proof-of-principle studies of peptides and small crystalline proteins to tackle a wide range of applications.
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Le Marchand,T., Schubeis,T., Bonaccorsi, M., Paluch, P., Lalli, D., Pell, A.J., Andreas, L.B., Jaudzems,K., Stanek, J.*, Pintacuda, G.*
1H-Detected Biomolecular NMR under Fast Magic-Angle Spinning.
Chem. Rev. 2022, DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemrev.1c00918