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NMR methods for characterizing microsecond to millisecond dynamics in recognition and catalysis

Akke, Mikael LU (2002) In Current Opinion in Structural Biology 12(5). p.642-647
Abstract
During the past two years, significant advances have been made in the development of NMR methods for studying biomolecular dynamics on the microsecond to millisecond timescale. Applications of these methods to biologically relevant systems have provided compelling evidence that, in many cases, conformational dynamics on these timescales govern the rates of biomolecular recognition and catalysis.
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Current Opinion in Structural Biology
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642 - 647
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10.1016/S0959-440X(02)00369-X
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  number       = {5},
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  volume       = {12},
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