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NMR Spectroscopy – News and Features

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Heavy Oil Extraction Improved With Cobalt-based Catalysts

Scientists have developed a new type of reagent based on nickel and cobalt carboxylates, creating highly effective catalysts for the refinement of heavy oil.
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Protective Protein Is "Guardian Angel" of the Eye

Scientists have uncovered the precise structure of one of the protective proteins of the eye, and in the process, discovered an important additional function.
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Chemists Uncover Structure of Key Influenza Protein

MIT chemists have uncovered the structure of a key influenza protein, this finding could help drug discovery researchers design drugs that target the protein to stop the spread of the virus.
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Insecticide From Chinese Herbal Remedy

The insecticidal effects of a common Chinese herbal remedy for parasitic infections may actually stem from microbes living within the plant’s cells and not the plant itself, according to a new study.
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New NMR-based Method Simplifies Natural Product Structural Analysis

Many drugs are derived from natural products. But before natural products can be exploited, chemists must first determine their structure and stereochemistry. A new NMR-based method has now been developed that simplifies the analysis and produces more accurate results.
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Structural Biology Gets 10 Million Euro Funding Boost

To enable researchers from European institutes to continue innovative structural biology research, the EU has invested 10 million euro into iNEXT-Discovery.
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Molecular "Bodyguards" Keep Out Parkinson's

Scientists have discovered that if the dynamic binding of chaperone proteins to the Parkinson protein α-synuclein is disturbed, it can lead to cell damage and the formation of aggregates typical for the disease.
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Exploring the Diversity of Parkinson's Proteins

Investigations into the molecular makeup of protein deposits in Parkinson’s suggests that the disease might be related to diverse types of protein aggregates.
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Efficient Alcohol Analysis Method Added to Chemist's Toolbox

A gallium-based metal complex has been developed that enables the rapid chiral analysis of alcohols using NMR spectroscopy.
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Protein Dynamics Are Key to Outstanding Stability of Spider Silk

A new study has identified the amino acid methionine as key to the strong, yet flexible structure of spider silk proteins.
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