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Long-Range Distance Constraints in Biomacromolecules by a Combined Approach of Site-Directed Spin Labeling and Double Electron–Electron Resonance (DEER) Spectroscopy

Long-Range Distance Constraints in Biomacromolecules by a Combined Approach of Site-Directed Spin Labeling and Double Electron–Electron Resonance (DEER) Spectroscopy

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AZARKH, Mykhailo, Malte DRESCHER, 2016. Long-Range Distance Constraints in Biomacromolecules by a Combined Approach of Site-Directed Spin Labeling and Double Electron–Electron Resonance (DEER) Spectroscopy. In: WEBB, Graham A., ed.. Modern Magnetic Resonance. Dordrecht:Springer, pp. 1-18. ISBN 978-3-319-28275-6. Available under: doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-28275-6_109-1

@incollection{Azarkh2016LongR-38006, title={Long-Range Distance Constraints in Biomacromolecules by a Combined Approach of Site-Directed Spin Labeling and Double Electron–Electron Resonance (DEER) Spectroscopy}, year={2016}, doi={10.1007/978-3-319-28275-6_109-1}, isbn={978-3-319-28275-6}, address={Dordrecht}, publisher={Springer}, booktitle={Modern Magnetic Resonance}, pages={1--18}, editor={Webb, Graham A.}, author={Azarkh, Mykhailo and Drescher, Malte} }

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