The review article on 1H-detected NMR under fast magic-angle spinning is released

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