Metal Ions as N.M.R. Probes in Biochemistry
Metal ions occur widely in biological systems1 and the increasing number of publications on the use of nuclear magnetic resonance (n.m.r.) in the study of their role is evidence for the power of n.m.r. methods. The aim of part 5 of the book is to indicate the type of information that can be obtained together with a brief outline of the different approaches available. For more complete surveys of specific areas the reader is referred to several reviews2,3,4 and also to a recent book5.
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