Molecular complexes investigated by high-resolution solid-state Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy
Research report (imported) 2007 - Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
Many chemical or biophysical processes involve molecules that are insoluble or non-crystalline. Consider, for instance, the functional control of membrane proteins by external ligands or the formation of protein aggregates in the context of Alzheimer´s or Parkinson’s disease. In such systems, solid-state NMR can offer unique possibilities to elucidate structural or dynamic parameters at atomic resolution.