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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is the most powerful technique for characterisation of biomolecular structures at atomic resolution in the. This text is aimed at people who have some familiarity with high-resolution NMR and who wish to deepen their understanding of how NMR experiments actually. NMR Spectroscopy: Basic Principles, Concepts and Applications in Chemistry eBook: Harald Günther: Kindle Store.

The role of NMR spectroscopy in solving biomolecular structures to atomic resolution is well-established. Novel methods now allow the extension of these studies to larger molecules and complexes. In addition, it is perhaps the ability to tailor NMR experiments to answer a broad range of specific questions at the atomic level that sets NMR apart from other techniques. X-ray crystallographic and NMR structure determination methods were shown to arrive at similar conclusions, though by vastly different approaches. However, as the resolution and capabilities of each technique has grown, so have the distinctions. The recent extension of NMR techniques to larger biomolecules and complexes has revealed that interdomain and intermolecular contacts can be exquisitely sensitive to differences in environment, including the difference between a crystalline and solution environment. The importance of NMR in probing dynamics and folding has also continued to be evident. In addition, we now know that most proteins contain at least one region of intrinsic disorder, a state that can much more effectively be examined by NMR than by crystallography. The following chapters are organized into four sections. The overexpression of isotopically-enriched proteins for NMR study has become routine. Section two focuses on the structure and dynamics of proteins, including large proteins, complexes and disordered states, in solution, in the solid state and in cells. The chapters in section three examine the challenges and rewards of NMR-based nucleic acid structure and dynamics studies. Finally, recent advances to speed NMR data acquisition and structural analysis, along with procedures that efficiently combine NMR data with data from complementary techniques, are discussed in section four.

Interestingly low or ultra-low pulse NMR spectroscopy is increasingly used for a variety of analyses due to its robustness and the availability of cost effective instrumentation. NMR methods have been proven to be robust, reproducible, and accurate, apart from being noninvasive and non-destructive, for the analysis of edible oils and fats.

Sherazi and Mahesar have contributed a chapter on the use of NMR spectroscopic methods for the analysis of the quality of edible oils.

Emwas et al have presented an excellent review on the potential applications of NMR based metabolomics and metabonomics approaches for the diagnosis of human diseases, such as cancers, cardiovascular and metabolic disorders and neurological diseases.

NMR-based metabolomics has several advantages over other techniques, such as identification of new and novel biomarkers in disease conditions, as well as its compatibility with the diverse nature of biological fluids on which metabolomics is conducted. The authors have provided an in depth commentary of various factors that influence the metabolic balance, which can affect the outcomes of the NMR-based metabolomic study.

The review by Siniscalco and Antonucci in concerned with the use of NMR based diagnosis of autism and related disorders. Autism spectrum disorders ASDs are now regarded as a global health challenge. Our understanding of the ASDs at the molecular level is still very limited due to their complex and heterogeneous nature.

Early diagnosis has special merit in controlling the prevalence of ASDs. Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy MRS is a non-invasive technique for the study of chemical and cellular changes that occur during the on-set and progression of ASDs.

Early signs of abnormalities at biochemical and cellular levels, related to ASDs, can be successfully monitored by MRS methods. Rieko Ishima has contributed a very well written and thoroughly referenced review on the use of NMR spectroscopy in the study of protein-inhibitor interactions. The understanding of receptorligand interactions is of crucial significance in lead discovery and optimization in the drug discovery process.

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