Biological Magnetic Resonance: Volume 14: Spin Labeling by M. B. Sankaram, Derek Marsh (auth.), Lawrence J. Berliner

By M. B. Sankaram, Derek Marsh (auth.), Lawrence J. Berliner (eds.)

We current the following the second one factor committed completely to the spin-labeling method as a part of organic Magnetic Resonance. quantity 14 commemorates a modifi- tion in our editorial coverage with the retirement of my esteemed coeditor, Jacques Reuben. From thisjuncture into the longer term, each one factor will concentrate on a few exact subject in magnetic resonance. each one quantity should be geared up quite often by means of visitor editors, for instance imminent concerns will tackle the next themes: in vivo magnetic resonance (P. Robitaille and L. J. Berliner, eds. ) sleek strategies in proton NMR ofproteins (R. Krishna and L. J. Berliner, eds. ) Instrumental suggestions of EPR (C. Bender and L. J. Berliner, eds. ) Thecurrent quantity, Spin Labeling: The NextMillennium, offers an exceptional choice of options and functions that advanced prior to now decade because the final quantity, quantity eight (1989). Someobvious omissions, similar to multiquantum EPR and extremely high-frequency FT-ESR have been regrettably impossible for this quantity. probably they're going to seem in Spin Labeling: 2001. finally it's a excitement to honor scientists whose contributions have been either pioneering and pivotal to the spin label approach: Professor Eduard G. Rozantsev (Moscow), whose man made feats in nitroxyl chemistry set the vast level for a flexible catalog of labels; and Professor Harden M. McConnell, final year's Int- nationwide ESR (EPR) Society Gold Medalist, who conceived and constructed the spin label strategy to deal with many organic difficulties (proteins, enzymes, m- branes, cells, immune reaction, and so forth. ). Lawrence J.

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Further, the is related (inversely) here to that for molecular reorientation by the Stokes–Einstein relation. , 1994). This is spin diffusion that arises from coupling of the electron spin to the nuclear spins of solvent protons. Such a mechanism gives rise to non-Debye spectral densities characterized by the solvent-spin label translational diffusion time, which is proportional to the rotational correlation time of the spin label. , 1994): where is a parameter determined by the strength of the proton-electron spin interactions and by the efficiency of spin diffusion.

6). 3. 1. Domain Structure in a Two-Component, Two-Phase Lipid Bilayer System Lipid bilayers composed of two or more lipids have been shown to exhibit lateral phase separations into gel and fluid phases in a temperature range that depends on the composition. The two phases are laterally organized into domains with connectivity properties given by percolation theory. Thus in the gel-fluid coexistence region, a temperature exists above which the fluid phase is continuous, thereby disconnecting the gel phase into domains.

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