By Gertz I. Likhtenshtein

This monograph describes the theoretical bases and experimental must haves for ways similar to spin fluorescence, triplet, Mössbauer, photochromic and electron-density labeling, together with the methods used to acquire particularly transformed proteins, enzymes, biomembranes, nucleic acids, and different organic molecules. the basics of the actual thought at the back of every one approach is defined and info are given of ways to interpret the experimental information got. particular sections care for severe reports of contemporary info at the constitution, molecular dynamics and conformational transitions of organic molecules. every one part concludes with a dialogue of the consequences received from those options in reference to a number of difficulties of enzyme catalysis, electron move, molecular biophysics and molecular biology. The makes use of that labeling options might be placed to for the research of complete cells and tissues also are mentioned.

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The exchange interaction can be strengthened by conductive (conjugated) bridges. 0 nm. Thus, exchange interaction is more suitable for the study of closely disposed paramagnetics in the active centers. The dipole-dipole interaction is more applicable to systems with remote centers. 2. 1. Principal effects Let us first consider the case of interaction of two paramagnetic centers with S = \\ they have the same parameters (g, A) and are characterized by isotropic exchange, with an exchange integral J (Abragam 1961; Abragam & Bleaney 1970).

1. General In solving a number of important problems of enzyme catalysis it is necessary to know the distances between certain functional groups of enzymes and other bioobjects. Therefore, one must first decipher the arrangement of the groups present at the active site. One must also know the distance between the active site and the site of an allosteric transition in order to study allosteric transitions, the depth of immersion of paramagnetic centers, and other long-range effects. Experimental investigations of the structures of multicenter metal enzymes containing several metal atoms per macromolecule are beset with serious difficulties.

B) Correlation between gZ2 and AZ2 at T = 140K. 96, respectively (Krinichny 1990). 18). A correlation between a decrease in gx and an increase in Az has been observed for simple liquids (McConnell & McFarland 1970; Grinberg et al 1983). 395+ 0 . 0 6 4 [ e - l / ( e + l ) ] , where e is the dielectric constant and ,4iso is given in millitesla. 064 mT. 15mT) was reported for the formation of the H-bond with t h e ^ N — O ' group of the nitroxide. 57 mT. Protonation of groups remote from the nitroxide fragment has also proved to be of practical importance.

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