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By R. L. Baxter, N. E. Mackenzie, A. I. Scott (auth.), Lawrence J. Berliner, Jacques Reuben (eds.)

Judging from the articles released in Biochemistry, magnetic resonance innovations (NMR and ESR) at the moment are one of the hottest equipment in biochemical examine. The sequence organic Magnetic Resonance, the 5th quantity of which we're proudly providing, is meant to supply authori­ tative insurance of themes of present curiosity. past volumes have coated a few elements in an intensive and pedagogical type not often present in different guides during this box. carrying on with to satisfy the challenge of the sequence, this quantity provides a bankruptcy by way of Baxter, Mackenzie, and Scott at the functions of carbon-13 NMR spectroscopy in investigations of methabolic pathways in vivo. Blom­ berg and Ruterjans provide a entire precis of using nitrogen-15 NMR in reports of structures of organic curiosity. Phosphorus-3I NMR investigations of enzyme platforms are defined by way of Rao. Tsai and Bruzik define the foundations of and summarize the cutting-edge advances within the 18 use of oxygen isotopes e 70 and nil) in phosphorus-3I and oxygen-17 NMR reports of biophosphates. Lipid-protein interactions as mirrored in ESR and NMR information are mentioned through Devaux. we want to thank the authors for his or her cooperation in conserving the and endured excessive criteria of the series.

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7 Pregosin et al. (1971) Gattegno et al. (1976) Gattegno et al. (1976) Gattegno et al. (1976) Gattegno et al. (1976) Gattegno et al. 8 Hawkes et al. (1975) Hawkes et al. (1975) Hawkes et al. 7 Hawkes et al. (1975) Hawkes et al. 7 et et et et et et et et et et al. al. al. al. al. al. al. al. al. al. (1975) (1975) (1975) (1975) (1975) (1975) (1975) (1975) (1975) (1975) , Shifts recalculated using an estimated reference concentration 7 M HN0 3 in H 2 0. b TF A: trifiuoroacetic acid. , DMSO: dimethylsulfoxide.

S. Zielinski, 1980). 2 J and 3 J coupling constants are known to be influenced by the dihedral angle between the bonds connecting the nuclei. A few attempts have been made to calculate and correlate these constants to the aforementioned angles in the case of 3 J couplings in peptide systems (Barfield and Gearhart, 1974; Bystrov, Gavrilov, and Solkan, 1975). Since Nitrogen-IS NMR in Biological Systems 2S the position of the lone electron pair has a strong influence on 2 J and 3 J couplings, it is possible to deduce from the data the electronic properties of the system, such as tautomeric populations.

Nuclear Overhauser Effect (NOE) If the 15N nucleus relaxes via dipolar interaction with protons, continuous irradiation at the 1 H resonance frequency leads to an intensity en- 27 Nitrogen-IS NMR in Biological Systems Figure 1. 36 MHz. , = 10 - 9 nulling of signals may occur if the sample is I H broad band irradiated. 0_ 11 -10 -9 log -8 -7 Tc hancement of the 15N signal. This phenomenon is called the Nuclear Overhauser Effect. It is observed only when certain conditions are fulfilled. The continuous irradiation leads to a saturation of the proton energy levels, thus perturbing the Boltzmann distribution of the spins.

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