Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 1996.
xviii, 387 p.: ill. ; 24 cm.

NMR has become the most diverse spectroscopic tool available to date in biomedical research. It is now routinely used to study biomolecular structure and dynamics particularly as a result of recent developments of a cascade of highly sophisticated multidimensional NMR pulse sequences, and of advances in genetic engineering to produce biomolecules, uniformly or selectively enriched with <SUP>13</SUP>C, <SUP>15</SUP>N and <SUP>2</SUP>H.<P>Features of this book:<P>&bull; Provides an up-to-date treatment of NMR techniques and their application to problems of biomedical interest<P>&bull; Most refined multidimensional pulse sequences including the basic aspects are covered by leading NMR spectroscopists.<P>The book will be useful to NMR spectroscopists, biochemists, and to molecular biologists interested in the use of NMR techniques for solving biological problems.