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  1. The intricate link between membrane lipid structure and composition and membrane structural properties in bacterial membranes
  2. Selenium Nanoparticles as Potential Drug-Delivery Systems for the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease
  3. The membrane activity of the antimicrobial peptide caerin 1.1 is pH dependent
  4. Ultrasound-induced protein restructuring and ordered aggregation to form amyloid crystals
  5. NMR measurement of biomolecular translational and rotational motion for evaluating changes of protein oligomeric state in solution
  6. Multi-Omic Analysis to Characterize Metabolic Adaptation of the E. coli Lipidome in Response to Environmental Stress
  7. Enhancing proline-rich antimicrobial peptide action by homodimerization: influence of bifunctional linker
  8. Peptide Multimerization as Leads for Therapeutic Development
  9. Water diffusion in complex systems measured by PGSE NMR using chemical shift selective stimulated echo: Elimination of magnetization exchange effects
  10. NMR spectroscopy of lipidic cubic phases
  11. Utilizing magnetic resonance techniques to study membrane interactions of amyloid peptides
  12. Polarization Transfer to External Nuclear Spins Using Ensembles of Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers
  13. C-terminus amidation influences biological activity and membrane interaction of maculatin 1.1
  14. Structural Disruptions of the Outer Membranes of Gram-Negative Bacteria by Rationally Designed Amphiphilic Antimicrobial Peptides
  15. Prospects for nuclear spin hyperpolarization of molecular samples using nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond
  16. NMR Chemical Shift and Methylation of 4-Nitroimidazole: Experiment and Theory
  17. Chemically modified and conjugated antimicrobial peptides against superbugs
  18. The impact of antibacterial peptides on bacterial lipid membranes depends on stage of growth
  19. Chemical Exchange of Hydroxyl Groups in Lipidic Cubic Phases Characterized by NMR
  20. Physiochemical Characterization and Stability of Lipidic Cubic Phases by Solution NMR
  21. In-Cell Solid-State NMR Analysis of Membrane Proteins
  22. The Conformations of Virginiamycin M1 Diacetate, an Inhibitor of Guinea Pig Brain CCK-B Receptors, in Selected Solvents
  23. Heteronuclear NMR Spectroscopy of Proteins Encapsulated in Cubic Phase Lipids
  24. Cholesterol-Dependent Cytolysins: Membrane and Protein Structural Requirements for Pore Formation
  25. Biophysics & Structural Biology at Synchrotrons BSBS 2019 Biological NMR Session
  26. Membrane biophysics session
  27. Combating bacterial resistance by combination of antibiotics with antimicrobial peptides
  28. Metallo-Cubosomes: Zinc-Functionalized Cubic Nanoparticles for Therapeutic Nucleotide Delivery
  29. In Situ Monitoring of Bacteria under Antimicrobial Stress Using 31P Solid-State NMR
  30. Listeriolysin O Binding Affects Cholesterol and Phospholipid Acyl Chain Dynamics in Fluid Cholesterol-Rich Bilayers
  31. Stability and activity of lysozyme in stoichiometric and non-stoichiometric protic ionic liquid (PIL)-water systems
  32. Measuring translational diffusion of 15N-enriched biomolecules in complex solutions with a simplified 1H-15N HMQC-filtered BEST sequence
  33. Effect of dimerized melittin on gastric cancer cells and antibacterial activity
  34. 19F NMR studies provide insights into lipid membrane interactions of listeriolysin O, a pore forming toxin from Listeria monocytogenes
  35. Interaction of cationic antimicrobial peptides from Australian frogs with lipid membranes
  36. Covalent conjugation of cationic antimicrobial peptides with a β-lactam antibiotic core
  37. Frontispiece: Antimicrobial Peptide Structures: From Model Membranes to Live Cells
  38. Antimicrobial Peptide Structures: From Model Membranes to Live Cells
  39. Copolyampholytes Produced from RAFT Polymerization of Protic Ionic Liquids
  40. Lipidic Cubic Phase-Induced Membrane Protein Crystallization: Interplay Between Lipid Molecular Structure, Mesophase Structure and Properties, and Crystallogenesis
  41. Membrane-active peptides, IUPAB/EBSA symposium, Edinburgh
  42. One pathogen two stones: are Australian tree frog antimicrobial peptides synergistic against human pathogens?
  43. Glycine Substitution Reduces Antimicrobial Activity and Helical Stretch of diPGLa-H in Lipid Micelles
  44. A QCM-D and SAXS Study of the Interaction of Functionalised Lyotropic Liquid Crystalline Lipid Nanoparticles with siRNA
  45. Incorporation of antimicrobial peptides in nanostructured lipid membrane mimetic bilayer cubosomes
  46. Chemical Synthesis and Characterization of an Equinatoxin II(1–85) Analogue
  47. Orientation and Location of the Cyclotide Kalata B1 in Lipid Bilayers Revealed by Solid-State NMR
  48. Relaxin family peptides: structure-activity relationship studies
  49. Predicting the release profile of small molecules from within the ordered nanostructured lipidic bicontinuous cubic phase using translational diffusion coefficients determined by PFG-NMR
  50. Implications of peptide assemblies in amyloid diseases
  51. Phosphorylation of a full length amyloid-β peptide modulates its amyloid aggregation, cell binding and neurotoxic properties
  52. The efficient synthesis and purification of amyloid-β(1–42) using an oligoethylene glycol-containing photocleavable lysine tag
  53. Zinc-coordination and C-peptide complexation: a potential mechanism for the endogenous inhibition of IAPP aggregation
  54. Interaction of the antimicrobial peptides caerin 1.1 and aurein 1.2 with intact bacteria by 2H solid-state NMR
  55. Membrane Insertion of a Dinuclear Polypyridylruthenium(II) Complex Revealed by Solid-State NMR and Molecular Dynamics Simulation: Implications for Selective Antibacterial Activity
  56. C-Terminal Modification and Multimerization Increase the Efficacy of a Proline-Rich Antimicrobial Peptide
  57. Antimicrobial Peptides Share a Common Interaction Driven by Membrane Line Tension Reduction
  58. Total Chemical Synthesis of an Intra-A-Chain Cystathionine Human Insulin Analogue with Enhanced Thermal Stability
  59. Total Chemical Synthesis of an Intra-A-Chain Cystathionine Human Insulin Analogue with Enhanced Thermal Stability
  60. A nanomechanical study of the effects of colistin on the Klebsiella pneumoniae AJ218 capsule
  61. Innentitelbild: A One-Pot Chemically Cleavable Bis-Linker Tether Strategy for the Synthesis of Heterodimeric Peptides (Angew. Chem. 47/2016)
  62. Inside Cover: A One-Pot Chemically Cleavable Bis-Linker Tether Strategy for the Synthesis of Heterodimeric Peptides (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 47/2016)
  63. A One-Pot Chemically Cleavable Bis-Linker Tether Strategy for the Synthesis of Heterodimeric Peptides
  64. A One-Pot Chemically Cleavable Bis-Linker Tether Strategy for the Synthesis of Heterodimeric Peptides
  65. How Membrane-Active Peptides Get into Lipid Membranes
  66. Atomic force microscopy of bacteria reveals the mechanobiology of pore forming peptide action
  67. Membrane interactions of proline-rich antimicrobial peptide, Chex1-Arg20, multimers
  68. Amyloid Beta (Aβ) Peptide and Factors that Play Important Roles in Alzheimer’s Disease
  69. Engineering of a Novel Simplified Human Insulin-Like Peptide 5 Agonist
  70. Hypercrosslinked Additives for Ageless Gas-Separation Membranes
  71. Exploring the structural relationship between encapsulated antimicrobial peptides and the bilayer membrane mimetic lipidic cubic phase: studies with gramicidin A′
  72. Activity and conformation of lysozyme in molecular solvents, protic ionic liquids (PILs) and salt–water systems
  73. Micelle formation of a non-ionic surfactant in non-aqueous molecular solvents and protic ionic liquids (PILs)
  74. The C-terminus of the B-chain of human insulin-like peptide 5 is critical for cognate RXFP4 receptor activity
  75. Membrane accessibility of glutathione
  76. Proline-15 creates an amphipathic wedge in maculatin 1.1 peptides that drives lipid membrane disruption
  77. Site of fluorescent label modifies interaction of melittin with live cells and model membranes
  78. Model Membrane and Cell Studies of Antimicrobial Activity of Melittin Analogues
  79. Multimerization of a Proline-Rich Antimicrobial Peptide, Chex-Arg20, Alters Its Mechanism of Interaction with the Escherichia coli Membrane
  80. The Prototypic Cyclotide Kalata B1 Has a Unique Mechanism of Entering Cells
  81. ChemInform Abstract: Design, Synthesis and Characterization of RXFP1-Selective Human Relaxin Analogues
  82. Bacteria May Cope Differently from Similar Membrane Damage Caused by the Australian Tree Frog Antimicrobial Peptide Maculatin 1.1
  83. Atomic Force Microscopy Reveals the Mechanobiology of Lytic Peptide Action on Bacteria
  84. Characterization of the Lipid-Binding Site of Equinatoxin II by NMR and Molecular Dynamics Simulation
  85. Progression of NMR studies of membrane-active peptides from lipid bilayers to live cells
  86. Cellular Disulfide Bond Formation in Bioactive Peptides and Proteins
  87. Structure and Membrane Topology of the Pore-Forming Peptide Maculatin 1.1
  88. Synthetic Covalently Linked Dimeric Form of H2 Relaxin Retains Native RXFP1 Activity and Has ImprovedIn VitroSerum Stability
  89. C-Terminal Modifications Broaden Activity of the Proline-Rich Antimicrobial Peptide, Chex1-Arg20
  90. Subtle Differences in Initial Membrane Interactions Underpin the Selectivity of Small Antimicrobial Peptides
  91. Melittin peptides exhibit different activity on different cells and model membranes
  92. Comparison of reversible membrane destabilisation induced by antimicrobial peptides derived from Australian frogs
  93. Membrane interactions and biological activity of antimicrobial peptides from Australian scorpion
  94. Proline-rich antimicrobial peptides: potential therapeutics against antibiotic-resistant bacteria
  95. 2-Nitroveratryl as a Photocleavable Thiol-Protecting Group for Directed Disulfide Bond Formation in the Chemical Synthesis of Insulin
  96. Dye-release assay for investigation of antimicrobial peptide activity in a competitive lipid environment
  97. Measuring translational diffusion coefficients of peptides and proteins by PFG-NMR using band-selective RF pulses
  98. The investigation of membrane binding by amphibian peptide agonists of CCK2R using 31P and 2H solid-state NMR
  99. Advances in Biological Solid-State NMR
  100. Modelling the Interactions of Equinatoxin II with Micelles
  101. Modelling the Interactions of Equinatoxin II with Micelles
  102. Dye Release Experiments with Dextran Loaded Vesicles
  103. Cyclization enhances function of linear anti-arthritic peptides
  104. CHAPTER 15. Solid-State NMR Studies of Antimicrobial Peptide Interactions with Specific Lipid Environments
  105. Relaxin and its role in fibrotic diseases
  106. Controlling nanostructure and lattice parameter of the inverse bicontinuous cubic phases in functionalised phytantriol dispersions
  107. Membrane defects enhance the interaction of antimicrobial peptides, aurein 1.2 versus caerin 1.1
  108. Antimicrobial peptide maculatin froms pores in S aureus membranes
  109. Proline Facilitates Membrane Insertion of the Antimicrobial Peptide Maculatin 1.1 via Surface Indentation and Subsequent Lipid Disordering
  110. A practical implementation of de-Pake-ing via weighted Fourier transformation
  111. Antimicrobial Peptide Activity in a Competitive Membrane Lipid Environment
  112. Membrane Interactions of the Alzheimer's Disease Aβ42 Peptide and a Soluble Aβ42 Fusion Protein
  113. Total Chemical Synthesis of a Heterodimeric Interchain Bis-Lactam-Linked Peptide: Application to an Analogue of Human Insulin-Like Peptide 3
  114. Interactions of the Antimicrobial Peptide Maculatin 1.1 and Analogues with Phospholipid Bilayers
  115. Synthesis of fluorescent analogs of relaxin family peptides and their preliminary in vitro and in vivo characterization
  116. The Importance of Tryptophan B28 in H2 Relaxin for RXFP2 Binding and Activation
  117. Identification of Key Residues Essential for the Structural Fold and Receptor Selectivity within the A-chain of Human Gene-2 (H2) Relaxin
  118. Host-defense peptides of Australian anurans. Part 2. Structure, activity, mechanism of action, and evolutionary significance
  119. Electrochemistry of Room Temperature Protic Ionic Liquids: A Critical Assessment for Use as Electrolytes in Electrochemical Applications
  120. Human relaxin-2: historical perspectives and role in cancer biology
  121. The lipid network
  122. Minimization of Human Relaxin-3 Leading to High-Affinity Analogues with Increased Selectivity for Relaxin-Family Peptide 3 Receptor (RXFP3) over RXFP1
  123. Structural effects of the antimicrobial peptide maculatin 1.1 on supported lipid bilayers
  124. Membrane protein structure and function
  125. Lipid composition regulates the conformation and insertion of the antimicrobial peptide maculatin 1.1
  126. Surface Immobilization of Bio-Functionalized Cubosomes: Sensing of Proteins by Quartz Crystal Microbalance
  127. The antimicrobial peptide aurein 1.2 disrupts model membranes via the carpet mechanism
  128. Disentanglement of Heterogeneous Solid-State NMR Parameter Measurements in Model Membranes
  129. Copper Modulates Aβ42 Aggregation in Model Membranes
  130. Copper Modulation of Amyloid Beta 42 Interactions with Model Membranes
  131. ChemInform Abstract: The Relaxin Peptide Family - Structure, Function and Clinical Applications
  132. Disentanglement of Heterogeneous Dynamics in Mixed Lipid Systems
  133. Modeling the Membrane Environment for Membrane Proteins
  134. The Relaxin Peptide Family – Structure, Function and Clinical Applications
  135. Lipid matrix plays a role in Abeta fibril kinetics and morphology
  136. Special issue on membrane-active peptides
  137. Antimicrobial Peptide Recognition of Bacterial Membranes
  138. Stereospecific interactions are necessary for Alzheimer disease amyloid-β toxicity
  139. Interactions of a synthetic Leu–Lys-rich antimicrobial peptide with phospholipid bilayers
  140. General method for selective labelling of double-chain cysteine-rich peptides with a lanthanide chelate via solid-phase synthesis
  141. Preparation and biological evaluation of self-assembled cubic phases for the polyvalent inhibition of cholera toxin
  142. Solid-State NMR of Amyloid Membrane Interactions
  143. Design and development of analogues of dimers of insulin-like peptide 3 B-chain as high-affinity antagonists of the RXFP2 receptor
  144. Development of Cubosomes as a Cell-Free Biosensing Platform
  145. QCM-D fingerprinting of membrane-active peptides
  146. Real-time quantitative analysis of lipid disordering by aurein 1.2 during membrane adsorption, destabilisation and lysis
  147. NMR Relaxation and Self-Diffusion Study at High and Low Magnetic Fields of Ionic Association in Protic Ionic Liquids
  148. Anionic Phospholipid Interactions of the Prion Protein N Terminus Are Minimally Perturbing and Not Driven Solely by the Octapeptide Repeat Domain
  149. Self-Assembly of Peptides into Spherical Nanoparticles for Delivery of Hydrophilic Moieties to the Cytosol
  150. Solid-state NMR study of membrane interactions of the pore-forming cytolysin, equinatoxin II
  151. Preparation of protic ionic liquids with minimal water content and 15N NMR study of proton transfer
  152. Solid-State NMR Structural Studies of Alzheimer's Disease Aβ(1-42) And Aβ(1-40) In Phospholipid Bilayers
  153. Non-Newtonian viscous shear thinning in ionic liquids
  154. Temperature Dependence of the Interaction of Antimicrobial Peptides With Mixed Lipid Bilayers
  155. Solution Structure and Membrane Interactions of the Antimicrobial Peptide Fallaxidin 4.1a: An NMR and QCM Study
  156. Solid-state NMR and simulation studies of equinatoxin II N-terminus interaction with lipid bilayers
  157. Membrane interactions of antimicrobial peptides from Australian frogs
  158. Cubic phases of ternary amphiphile–water systems
  159. Effect of lipid on the conformation of the N-terminal region of equinatoxin II: a synchrotron radiation circular dichroism spectroscopic study
  160. Development of Lanthanide-Labeled Human INSL3 as an Alternative Probe to Radioactively Labeled INSL3 for Use in Bioassays
  161. Effect of Antimicrobial Peptides from Australian Tree Frogs on Anionic Phospholipid Membranes
  162. Physicochemical Characterization and Stability of Rifampicin Liposome Dry Powder Formulations for Inhalation
  163. Chapter 1 The Human Insulin Superfamily of Polypeptide Hormones
  164. Effect of helix-promoting strategies on the biological activity of novel analogues of the B-chain of INSL3
  165. The effects of lipids on the structure of the eukaryotic cytolysin equinatoxin II: A synchrotron radiation circular dichroism spectroscopic study
  166. Effect of Antimicrobial Peptides from Australian Tree Frogs on Anionic Phospholipid Membranes †
  167. Liposomal Phospholipid Preparations of Chloramphenicol for Ophthalmic Applications
  168. Solid-Phase Synthesis of Europium-Labeled Human INSL3 as a Novel Probe for the Study of Ligand−Receptor Interactions
  169. Electrochemistry of Room Temperature Protic Ionic Liquids
  170. A solid-state NMR study of the interaction of fish antifreeze proteins with phospholipid membranes
  171. Metal effects on the membrane interactions of amyloid-β peptides
  172. Determination of rifampicin location in cholesterol-lipid liposomes by 2H and 31P Solid-State NMR
  173. Solid-State NMR of Membrane-Active Proteins and Peptides
  174. Specific and Selective Peptide-Membrane Interactions Revealed Using Quartz Crystal Microbalance
  175. Cholesterol and Clioquinol modulation of Aβ(1–42) interaction with phospholipid bilayers and metals
  176. Metals and membranes in neuroscience
  177. Characterisation of the extracellular polysaccharides produced by isolates of the fungus Acremonium
  178. Interactions of the Australian tree frog antimicrobial peptides aurein 1.2, citropin 1.1 and maculatin 1.1 with lipid model membranes: Differential scanning calorimetric and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopic studies
  179. Membrane interactions and the effect of metal ions of the amyloidogenic fragment Aβ(25–35) in comparison to Aβ(1–42)
  180. Boltzmann Statistics Rotational-Echo Double-Resonance Analysis
  181. β-Sheet Structured β-Amyloid(1-40) Perturbs Phosphatidylcholine Model Membranes
  182. The conformation of acetylated virginiamycin M1 and virginiamycin M1 in explicit solvents
  183. Selective permeabilization of the host cell membrane of Plasmodium falciparum -infected red blood cells with streptolysin O and equinatoxin II
  184. Membranes: Carbon-13 NMR
  185. Solution Structure and Interaction of Cupiennin 1a, a Spider Venom Peptide, with Phospholipid Bilayers
  186. Cupiennin 1a, an antimicrobial peptide from the venom of the neotropical wandering spider Cupiennius salei, also inhibits the formation of nitric oxide by neuronal nitric oxide synthase
  187. 39 K NMR of Free Potassium in Geopolymers
  188. Membrane interactions of antimicrobial peptides from Australian tree frogs
  189. Interfacial properties of the M1 segment of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
  190. Copper-mediated Amyloid-beta Toxicity Is Associated with an Intermolecular Histidine Bridge
  191. Effect of Linker Length on Avidin Binding to Biotinylated Gramicidin A
  192. Copper and Zinc Mediated Oligomerisation of Aβ Peptides
  193. Amyloid-β Peptide Disruption of Lipid Membranes and the Effect of Metal Ions
  194. Structure and Activity of the N-Terminal Region of the Eukaryotic Cytolysin Equinatoxin II †
  195. Dimerisation ofN-acetyl-l-tyrosine ethyl ester and Aβ peptides via formation of dityrosine
  196. Orientational order of Australian spider silks as determined by solid-state NMR
  197. Modeling Speciation in Highly Concentrated Alkaline Silicate Solutions
  198. Direct Visualization of Membrane Leakage Induced by the Antibiotic Peptides: Maculatin, Citropin, and Aurein
  199. Postsynthesis Vapor-Phase Functionalization of MCM-48 with Hexamethyldisilazane and 3-Aminopropyldimethylethoxylsilane for Bioseparation Applications
  200. The Role of Aβ Peptides in Alzheimers Disease
  201. The conformational flexibility of the antibiotic virginiamycin M1
  202. Surface Behavior and Lipid Interaction of Alzheimer β-Amyloid Peptide 1–42: A Membrane-Disrupting Peptide
  203. Interaction of the Eukaryotic Pore-forming Cytolysin Equinatoxin II with Model Membranes: 19F NMR Studies
  204. 29Si NMR Study of Structural Ordering in Aluminosilicate Geopolymer Gels
  205. Matrix method for analysis of selective NMR pulses
  206. Effect of Alkali Cations on Aluminum Incorporation in Geopolymeric Gels
  207. Developments in Hyphenated Spectroscopic Methods in Natural Product Profiling
  208. Methionine regulates copper/hydrogen peroxide oxidation products of Aβ
  209. The αM1 segment of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor exhibits conformational flexibility in a membrane environment
  210. Metal-Catalyzed Oxidative Damage and Oligomerization of the Amyloid-β Peptide of Alzheimer′s Disease
  211. Surface behaviour and peptide–lipid interactions of the antibiotic peptides, Maculatin and Citropin
  212. Host-defence peptides of Australian anurans: structure, mechanism of action and evolutionary significance
  213. Solid-state NMR study of antimicrobial peptides from Australian frogs in phospholipid membranes
  214. A Multidimensional 1H NMR Investigation of the Conformation of Methionine-Enkephalin in Fast-Tumbling Bicelles
  215. TheαM1 transmembrane segment of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor interacts strongly with model membranes
  216. Solvent affects the conformation of virginiamycin M1(pristinamycin IIA, streptogramin A)
  217. Metal catalyzed oxidation of tyrosine residues by different oxidation systems of copper/hydrogen peroxide
  218. Difference in Conformation of Virginiamycin M1 in Chloroform and Bound Form in the 50S Ribosome or Streptogramin Acetyltransferase
  219. Metal-Catalyzed Oxidative Damage and Oligomerization of the Amyloid-β Peptide of Alzheimer’s Disease
  220. Solid-state NMR Structure Determination
  221. Copper catalysed oxidation of amino acids and Alzheimer's disease
  222. Neurotoxic, Redox-competent Alzheimer's  -Amyloid Is Released from Lipid Membrane by Methionine Oxidation
  223. Magnetic Resonance Studies of β-Amyloid Peptides.
  224. Interfacial Anchor Properties of Tryptophan Residues in Transmembrane Peptides Can Dominate over Hydrophobic Matching Effects in Peptide−Lipid Interactions †
  225. The aromaticity of ferrocene and some derivatives, ruthenocene and dibenzenechromium as determined via ring current assessment and 13C anisotropic contributions to the 1H NMR shielding
  226. Solid-State NMR Structural Determination of Components in an Ion Channel Switch Biosensor
  227. Interaction of antimicrobial peptides from Australian amphibians with lipid membranes
  228. Magnetic Resonance Studies of β-Amyloid Peptides
  229. Surface coating of MCM-48 via a gas phase reaction with hexamethyldisilazane (HMDS)
  230. Solid-state NMR conformational studies of a melittin-inhibitor complex
  231. A Solid-State NMR Study of Protein Mobility in Lyophilized Protein–Sugar Powders
  232. Solid-state NMR relaxation studies of Australian spider silks
  233. A Metallosupramolecular Capsule with the Topology of the Tetrahedron, 33, Assembled from Four Guanidine-Based Ligands and Twelve Cadmium Centers This work was supported by the “Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft” DFG and the Australian Research Council. T...
  234. A Reexamination of the Structure of “Honeycomb Cadmium Cyanide”
  235. Orientation dependence of NMR relaxation time, T1ρ, in lipid bilayers
  236. Effect of Avidin on Channel Kinetics of Biotinylated Gramicidin
  237. The interactions of the N-terminal fusogenic peptide of HIV-1 gp41 with neutral phospholipids
  238. NMR structure of C-terminally tagged gramicidin channels
  239. Biological NMR spectroscopy
  240. Biological NMR spectroscopy
  241. Structure and Orientation of the Pore-forming Peptide Melittin, in Lipid Bilayers
  242. Zeeman-Incremented Multiple-Quantum NMR
  243. NMR order parameter analysis of a peptide plane aligned in a lyotropic liquid crystal
  244. C-13 chemical shift tensor of L-tryptophan and its application to polypeptide structure determination
  245. Actin dynamics studied by solid-state NMR spectroscopy
  246. Solid-state 13C-NMR studies of the effects of sodium ions on the gramicidin A ion channel
  247. Tensorial sets for coupled pairs of spin-1/2 nuclei
  248. Effect of acyl chain length on the structure and motion of gramicidin A in lipid bilayers
  249. A model for gramicidin A?-phospholipid interactions in bilayers
  250. MQ NMR hard and soft pulses for I = 1 spin systems. Raman multiple-quantum NMR
  251. The effect of gramicidin A on phospholipid bilayers
  252. Excitation of triple quantum NMR coherences in solids by hard rf pulses
  253. Conformation and Orientation of Gramicidin a in Oriented Phospholipid Bilayers Measured by Solid State Carbon-13 NMR
  254. Side Chain and Backbone Conformation of Gramicidin a in Lipid Bilayer Membranes
  255. Characterization of dodecylphosphocholine/myelin basic protein complexes
  256. Small unilamellar phospholipid vesicles and the theories of membrane formation
  257. 31P nuclear magnetic resonance studies of the association of basic proteins with multilayers of diacyl phosphatidylserine
  258. Membrane thickness and acyl chain length
  259. Biological membranes are rich in low-frequency motion
  260. The lower limit to the size of small sonicated phospholipid vesicles
  261. Low-frequency motion in membranes. The effect of cholesterol and proteins
  262. Temperature dependence of the size of phospholipid vesicles
  263. Small phospholipid vesicles cannot undergo a fluid-to-crystalline phase transition
  264. The molecular packing and stability within highly curved phospholipid bilayers
  265. Gated Ion Channel-Based Biosensor Device
  266. Solid-State NMR of Membrane-Active Proteins and Peptides
  267. An Introduction to Biological Solid State NMR