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New NMR Technique to Probe Invisible Low-Populated States—Development of R2 Relaxation Dispersion Spectroscopy—

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Title
New NMR Technique to Probe Invisible Low-Populated States—Development of R2 Relaxation Dispersion Spectroscopy—
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Seibutsu Butsuri, September 2008
DOI 10.2142/biophys.48.279
Authors

菅瀬 謙治

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#7,065,355
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