NMR is more than just a tool for structure determination. It has unique capabilities in analyzing the structure, motion, and interaction of biological molecules and materials. NMR can yield insights into dynamic or heterogeneous systems or molecular regions not amenable to other structural biology or metabolomics methods, provide complementary data for integrated analysis, and analyze systems at near-physiological conditions.
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This study made use of the National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison, which is supported by NIH grant R24GM141526.