NMR spectroscopy


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NMR spectroscopy

nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
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Modern NMR spectroscopy is founded on more than half a century of research.
Defect in dimethylglycine dehydrogenase, a new inborn error of metabolism: NMR spectroscopy study.
The TG concentrations in the chylomicron and chylomicron remnant/VLDL fractions were measured by proton NMR spectroscopy on nonfractionated plasma (Liposcience).
Based in Hanau, Germany, the Superconductor Business develops and manufactures high-temperature superconductors and low-temperature superconducting wire for superconducting magnets for MRI, NMR spectroscopy and other products.
A number of studies have tested the effectiveness of such techniques on the improvement of solid-state NMR spectroscopy of SOM, including pre-treatments with hydrofluoric acid (HF) at several concentrations (Skjemstad et al.
Although a large amount of material has been published on transcriptomics and proteomics, the other "omics" in the toxicologist's toolbox, these 12 discrete chapters constitute one of the most significant publications on metabonomics and includes such topics as biomarkers, NMR spectroscopy (including that of biofluids and "magic angle spinning"), the application of metabonomics as an early in vivo toxicity screen, identification of endogenous and xenobiotic metabolites, data analysis, studying target organ toxicity, physiological variations in lab animals and humans, environmental applications of metabonomic profiling, and future developments.
This conference highlights Eli Lilly's best practices for polymorph screening, Aventis' assessment of polymorphs, salts and solvates from a patent litigation perspective, form identification and quantitation methods using solid-state NMR spectroscopy developed at the University of Kansas, Novartis' use of co-crystals in crystal engineering, Theravance analysis of crystallization research at the discovery stage and its implications for scale up success and Merck's recent applications of solid-state NMR spectroscopy to drug substance and drug product characterization.
This book describes the use of NMR spectroscopy for dealing with problems of small organic molecule structural elucidation.
Basic one- and two-dimensional NMR spectroscopy, rev.
The NMR LipoProfile(R) test uses NMR spectroscopy to analyze blood plasma samples and provide detailed information concerning the number and size of the lipoprotein particles that carry cholesterol in the bloodstream.