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Solid State                
Contributor:jlmills
Date:2009-02-17

 




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         Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance, or SSNMR, is a valuable tool to image and analyze the 
chemical makeup of proteins and other biomolecules. But the imaging process is time-consuming and 
requires large amounts of costly isotope-labeled sample for study.

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Contributor:dmparish1
Date:2008-01-22

 




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         2D NMR used for metabolic profiline with improved results compared to 1D
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Contributor:dmparish1
Date:2008-01-22

 




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         NMR used to watch RNA change conformation over a period of one millisecond
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Speeding up solid state NMR acquisition                
Contributor:jlmills
Date:2009-05-08

 




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New Step Towards Quantum Computers                
Contributor:bs59
Date:2009-05-11

 




        Category:Applications



         A Science Daily article on Quantum computation by manipulating electron spins.
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NMR Method Reveals Hidden Battery Chemistry                
Contributor:bs59
Date:2009-05-11

 




        Category:Applications



         C&EN news article on the current novel application of NMR in electrochemistry.
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NMR Scan Shows if Precious Wine Is Spoiled                
Contributor:bs59
Date:2009-05-11

 




        Category:Applications



         An expensive way to check whether the bottle of wine you are purchasing is worth it!
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Chromatography in an NMR tube                
Contributor:bs59
Date:2009-06-04

 




        Category:Applications



         A C&EN article on application of DOSY to recognize the various chemicals in a reaction.
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detection of bacteria in blood by NMR                
Contributor:jlmills
Date:2009-01-05

 




        Category:Applications



         Serial entrepreneur Waneta Tuttle formed Albuquerque-based nanoMR Inc. in 2006 to market a new 
device that can diagnose bacteria in the blood within minutes rather than days as is currently the 
case.

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Contributor:jlmills
Date:2009-01-09

 




        Category:Applications



         Solid state NMR used to study proteins in inclusion bodies
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Biosensors: The Xe-factor                
Contributor:jlmills
Date:2009-01-09

 




        Category:Applications



         Nature article: Use of xeon to differentiate structurally similar isozymes
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LC-NMR                
Contributor:jlmills
Date:2009-02-17

 




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         Applications of LC and NMR to detect hazardous chemicals
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Contributor:jlmills
Date:2009-02-17

 




        Category:Applications



         A CHEMICAL STRUCTURE that has been sought for nearly 50 years—that of self-assembled 
5′-guanosine monophosphate (5′-GMP)—has just been determined. The structure suggests how 
nucleotide monomers might line up to form covalently bonded nucleic acid oligomers and thus has 
potential implications for prebiotic chemistry.

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Contributor:jlmills
Date:2009-02-17

 




        Category:Applications



         Phosphorus NMR can help distinguish between the nature of organic and non-organic farming and 
provide clues about how phosphorus from both sources affects waterways and coasts.

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Solid state NMR to look inside bacteria                
Contributor:jlmills
Date:2009-02-17

 




        Category:Applications



         Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy has been used for the first time to investigate 
large membrane proteins in bacteria, allowing researchers to investigate exactly how the sensory 
systems of these single-celled organisms function.

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Contributor:bs59
Date:2010-10-14

 




        Category:Applications



         Testing wine for cocaine without uncorking!
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Contributor:bs59
Date:2010-10-14

 




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         Homeland security officials demonstrated a "potential next-generation" liquid and gel scanner
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Ergodic theorem passes the test                
Contributor:bs59
Date:2011-10-20

 




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         NMR helps confirm that ergodic theorem applies to diffusion processes.
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Contributor:bs59
Date:2011-10-20

 




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         Medical Daily article
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Bruker Introduces WineScreener™                
Contributor:bs59
Date:2012-04-02

 




        Category:Applications



         Automated and High Throughput Solution for Wine Quality Control and Safety Checks using 
High-Resolution FT-NMR

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