From Ion Channels to Wine: Using Magnetic Resonance to Probe Dynamics and Chemical Composition

From Ion Channels to Wine: Using Magnetic Resonance to Probe Dynamics and Chemical Composition

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The final topic addressed deals with the unavoidable necessity of isolating the signal that arises due to the ion's interaction with the channel from the signal that results from interaction with the alignment medium used to arrest isotropic motion of the proteins. A probe and circuitry were developed that will be applied to filter the signals from the fast diffusing free ions leaving only the signal from the slowly diffusing ions bound to the channel.Towards the end of the day of interviews, someone suggested that I talk with Matt aquot;G.B.aquot; Augustine, and we were able to ... the tech support of Victor Lim, the endless knowledge base of Steve Harley, the comic relief of Afram Kirmiz, the quips ofanbsp;...


Title:From Ion Channels to Wine: Using Magnetic Resonance to Probe Dynamics and Chemical Composition
Author:Daniel Nicholas Sobieski
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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