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