Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483213330, 9781483226767

Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems

1st Edition

Proceedings of the Second International Conference Held at the Wenner-Gren Center, Stockholm, June 1966

Editors: A. Ehrenberg B. G. Malmström T. Vänngård
eBook ISBN: 9781483226767
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1967
Page Count: 440
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Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems, Volume 9 is a collection of manuscripts presented at the Second International Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems, held in Wenner-Gren Center, Stockholm, Sweden on June 1966. The conference is sponsored by International Union of Biochemistry Swedish Medical Research Council Swedish Natural Science Research Council Wenner-Gren Center Foundation for Scientific Research. This book contains 51 chapters, and begins with reviews of NMR investigations of biological macromolecules, including proteins, amino acids, and glycylglycine copper (II). Considerable chapters are devoted to numerous biological studies using the electronic paramagnetic resonance (EPR), thus introducing the branch of science called submolecular biology. This book also explores other applications of NMR and EPR, with special emphasis on blood component analysis and protein-metal complexes. The final chapters survey the principles and applications of Mössbauer spectroscopy.
This book will prove useful to analytical chemists and biologists.

Table of Contents


Opening Address

NMR Studies of Biological Macromolecules

Aspects of the Porphyrin Ring System

Determination of Amino Acid Sequence and Branching in Short Chain Peptides by NMR Technique

NMR Studies of a Glycylglycine Copper(II) System

Narrowing of Proton Resonances of Macromolecules by Spinning at an Angle of 54.7°

Hydration of DNA

Micro-NMR in High Magnetic Fields

Nuclear Electron Double Resonance

Electron Nuclear Double Resonance Using an Intense Nuclear Radio Frequency Field

Measurement of Rates of Fast Reactions Using Magnetic Resonance

Interpretation of NMR Relaxation Mechanism of Water Protons in Solutions of Enzyme-Manganese-Substrate Complexes from Temperature Dependence of Relaxation Rates

An Enzyme-Metal-Phosphoryl Bridge Structure in Pyruvate Kinase as Detected by Fluorine Magnetic Resonance

The EPR of High Spin Fe3+ in Rhombic Fields

EPR Studies on Single Crystals of Myoglobin and Myoglobin Fluoride

Determination of the Zero Field Splitting "D" in Heme Chloride by Far-Infrared Spectroscopy

Direct Observation of the Zeeman Splitting of the Excited State of Porphyrins

Electron Spin Resonance of Ferrihaemoglobin M

Electron Spin Resonance Absorptions of Cytochrome c Peroxidase and Complex ES in Dissolved and Crystalline States

The Temperature-Dependent Transition of the Spin-State of Cytochrome c Peroxidase

The Active Center of Non-Heme Iron Proteins: Some Recent Studies on Ferredoxin and Adrenodoxin

Comment

The Effect of Spinach Ferredoxin and Adrenodoxin on the Relaxation Rates of the Protons of Water

The Iron Complex in Spinach Ferredoxin

On the Ligand Field of Non-Heme Iron in Proteins: Iron Nitroprussiate(I) as a "g-1.94"-Model

An ESR Study of Cu(II) L-Cystinyl-bis-Glycine

Comment

The Non-Axial Copper Site of Stellacyanin

Electron Spin Resonance Studies on Mushroom Laccase

Some Properties of Ceruloplasmin Copper as Studied by ESR Spectroscopy

Electron Spin Relaxation as a Probe for Active Centers of Paramagnetic Enzyme Species

ESR and the Role of Molybdenum in Enzymic Catalysis by Milk Xanthine Oxidase

Evidence for Semiquinone-Molybdenum(V) Interaction in Molybdenum Containing Flavoproteins

An ESR Study of Molybdenum-Flavin Model Reactions

Flavin-Radical Metal Complexes

Free Radicals in Flavin Redox Systems

A New Method for the Quantitative Production of Flavoprotein Semiquinones

The Influence of pH on the Apparent Oxidation-Reduction Potential of Succinic Dehydrogenase: Substrate Analogues

Spin-Labeled Protein Crystals

Preliminary Magnetic Resonance Studies of Spin-Labeled Macromolecules

Comment

Spin-Labeling of Ceruloplasmin by Dimethyl-p-Phenylenediamine

Evidence for Restricted Molecular Conformation and for Hindered Rotation of Side Chain Groups from EPR of Labile Free Radicals

Kinetic Studies of Excited Triplet Probes and Triplet Enzyme Cofactors by ESR

Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Protein Single Crystals: I. Experimental Methods

Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Protein Single Crystals: II. Computational Methods

Continuous Flow Apparatus for EPR Spectroscopy at 35 GHz

Resolution Enhancement of ESR Spectra by Use of a Numerical Method

Mössbauer Spectroscopy as Applied to the Study of Iron-Containing Proteins

Mössbauer Effect on Cytochrome c

Note on Hyperfine Splitting in Mössbauer Spectra in Large Magnetic Fields

Correlation of the EPR and Mössbauer Spectra of Ferrichrome A

Mössbauer Effect Studies of the Iron of Milk Xanthine Oxidase

Index


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No. of pages:
440
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1967
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483226767

About the Editor

A. Ehrenberg

B. G. Malmström

T. Vänngård