The Nuclear Overhauser Effect in Structural and Conformational Analysis

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This book is a comprehensive treatment of the nuclear Overhauser effect NOE, an important branch of NMR spectroscopy concerned with structural and conformational problems. This volume presents the applications to an ever-increasing variety of structural and conformational problems to chemistry and biochemistry. The book gives a very clear and integrated account of all these developments. It covers theory, experimental practice, and applications in a unified manner.
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New York 1989 Hardcover 2 corners Bumped Very Good Ex-Library Cond Book 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall 522 pgs. Describes the developmentas as NOE difference spectroscopy, NOESY, ... hetero-nuclear NOE, and rotating frame NOE and their application to an every-widening variety of structural and conformational problems. Also covers experimental design in depth and the underlying theory of NOE, including the influence of exchange and spin-spin coupling. Borwn glossy boards. Usual library markings. Clean and tightly bound. Read more Show Less

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This book is a comprehensive treatment of the nuclear Overhauser effect NOE, an important branch of NMR spectroscopy concerned with structural and conformational problems. This volume presents the applications to an ever-increasing variety of structural and conformational problems to chemistry and biochemistry. The book gives a very clear and integrated account of all these developments. It covers theory, experimental practice, and applications in a unified manner.
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"Describes the theory of the nuclear Overhauser effect, discusses the considerations involved in implementing NOE experiments, and offers examples..." (SciTech Book News, Vol. 24, No. 4, December 2000)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780895733436
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/1989
  • Pages: 522

Meet the Author

DAVID NEUHAUS, PhD, is Staff Scientist heading the NMR Group at the M.R.C. Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

MICHAEL P. WILLIAMSON, PhD, is a Reader at the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. From Modern Physics to Modern BiologyThe 1930sThe Phage GroupErwin SchroedingerX-ray CrystallographyWatson and CrickChapter 2. From DNA to ProteinHow Protein Is MadeThe Genetic CodeIs the Code Universal?Chapter 3. Meet the Most Important MoleculeIt Is Like . . . a CorkscrewIt Is Like a Window PaneIt Melts, but Not Like IceIt Is Like the Trail of a Man Lost in the WoodsChapter 4. Under the Sign of DNAThe Crisis of Molecular BiologyThe BreakthroughChapter 5. We Can Reshuffle the Genes!Humanity's Age-Old DreamPlasmidsBacteria Produce the Protein We NeedChapter 6. DNA TextsMore About the CrisisGel ElectrophoresisHow DNA Texts Are ReadThe First SurprisesThe Code of MitochondriaChapter 7. Where Do Genes Come From?The Theory of Evolution and GeneticsGenes in PiecesJumping GenesChapter 8. Circular DNADNA RingsSuperhelicity and TopoisomerasesWhy Superhelical?Physicists and Mathematicians at WorkChapter 9. Knotted DNAAbout KnotsKnots in PolymersKnots in Single-Stranded DNAKnotted Double HelixChapter 10. Genetic Engineering: Hazards and HopesScience and InventionIs Genetic Engineering Dangerous?Genetic-Engineering PharmacologyThe Coming of the Golden AgeChapter 11. The Controversy Around the Double HelixAre Watson and Crick Right?The Z formThe H formChapter 12. Frontier ProspectingProtein EngineeringSelection According to GenotypeDNA and CancerDNA and the HeartChanging HeredityGuide to Further ReadingGlossary
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