Metal Ions in Biological Systems
Volume 22: Endor: EPR, and Electron Spin Echo for Probing Coordination Spheres
This volume focuses on the physical methods to probe the coordination sphere of metal ions in biological systems, which are based on para-magnetic species, namely, the electron nuclear double resonance (ENDOR), electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), and electron spin echo (ESE) techniques.
Table of Contents
1. ENDOR: Probing the Coordination Environment in Metalloproteins 2. Identification of Oxygen Ligands in Metal-Nucleotide-Protein Complexes by Observation of the Mn(II)-17 0 Superhyperfine Coupling 3. Use of EPR Spectroscopy for Studying Solution Equilibria 4. Application of EPR Saturation Methods to Paramagnetic Metal Ions in Proteins 5. Electron Spin Echo: Applications to Biological Systems