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  1. Exploring the role of the various methionine residues in the Escherichia coli CusB adapter protein
  2. Characterizing the Nature of Surface Radicals in Carbon-Based Materials, Using Gas-Flow EPR Spectroscopy
  3. Antiproliferative Effect of Novel Aminoacridine-based Compounds
  4. EPR Spectroscopy Shows that the Blood Carrier Protein, Human Serum Albumin, Closely Interacts with the N-Terminal Domain of the Copper Transporter, Ctr1
  5. EPR and NMR spectroscopies provide input on the coordination of Cu(I) and Ag(I) to a disordered methionine segment
  6. EPR spectroscopy identifies Met and Lys residues that are essential for the interaction between the CusB N-terminal domain and metallochaperone CusF
  7. Probing the Structural Flexibility of the Human Copper Metallochaperone Atox1 Dimer and Its Interaction with the CTR1 C-Terminal Domain
  8. Exploring the Radical Nature of a Carbon Surface by Electron Paramagnetic Resonance and a Calibrated Gas Flow
  9. Paramagnetic Metal Ions in Pulsed ESR Distance Distribution Measurements
  10. Elucidating the role of stable carbon radicals in the low temperature oxidation of coals by coupled EPR–NMR spectroscopy – a method to characterize surfaces of porous carbon materials
  11. The Arabidopsis Cysteine-Rich GASA5 Is a Redox-Active Metalloprotein that Suppresses Gibberellin Responses
  12. Exploring the interaction between the human copper transporter, CTR1, c-terminal domain and a methionine motif in the presence of Cu(I) and Ag(I) ions, using EPR spectroscopy
  13. Sensitive Cu 2+ –Cu 2+ Distance Measurements in a Protein–DNA Complex by Double-Quantum Coherence ESR
  14. Reducing the spin–spin interaction of stable carbon radicals
  15. Stable radicals formation in coals undergoing weathering: effect of coal rank
  16. Pulsed Electron Spin Resonance Resolves the Coordination Site of Cu2+ Ions in α1-Glycine Receptor
  17. Pulsed Electron Spin Resonance Resolves the Coordination Site of Cu2+ Ions in α1-Glycine Receptor
  18. High-Resolution Cryogenic-Electron Microscopy Reveals Details of a Hexagonal-to-Bicontinuous Cubic Phase Transition in Mesoporous Silica Synthesis
  19. Distribution of guest molecules in Pluronic micelles studied by double electron electron spin resonance and small angle X-ray scattering
  20. Evolution of Solution Structures during the Formation of the Cubic Mesoporous Material, KIT-6, Determined by Double Electron−Electron Resonance
  21. Molecular Level Processes and Nanostructure Evolution During the Formation of the Cubic Mesoporous Material KIT-6
  22. Resolving Intermediate Solution Structures during the Formation of Mesoporous SBA-15
  23. Double Electron Electron Resonance as a Method for Characterization of Micelles
  24. EPR studies on the organization of self-assembled spin-labeled organic monolayers adsorbed on GaAs
  25. Study of the Initial Formation Stages of the Mesoporous Material SBA-15 Using Spin-Labeled Block Co-polymer Templates
  26. Study of the Formation of the Mesoporous Material SBA-15 by EPR Spectroscopy
  27. An EPR tool box for exploring the formation and properties of ordered template mesoporous materials