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  • n. Plural form of hemoprotein.

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  • These projects were a lucky choice: with the limited sensitivity and spectral resolution of the instrumentation available in 1968, the special spectral properties of hemoproteins were a great asset for successful NMR applications.

    Kurt Wüthrich - Autobiography

  • In Zürich, we continued research on hemoproteins with the use of NMR and EPR spectroscopy, where the biochemical work was mostly done by groups outside of the ETH who joined us for collaborative projects, and the spectroscopic work was done by Regula Keller, myself and a succession of graduate students.

    Kurt Wüthrich - Autobiography

  • We thus had to look for novel avenues for NMR structure determination, where hemoproteins with their unique NMRspectral properties could be an ideal testing ground for new ideas.

    Kurt Wüthrich - Autobiography

  • Due to my background, my interest was focused on metal centers rather than on polypeptide chains, and all my initial projects in high resolution NMR had to do with hemoproteins.

    Kurt Wüthrich - Autobiography

  • First, I fully realized that we really had been extremely fortunate in choosing hemoproteins as a focus for our early NMR efforts.

    Kurt Wüthrich - Autobiography

  • Using blood sampled from my arm in the first aid station, a Japanese colleague at Bell Labs, Dr. Tetsuo Yamane, prepared "hemoglobin (KW)", and within a few months we found entirely new avenues of deriving information on structure-function correlations from the NMR spectra of hemoglobin and other hemoproteins.

    Kurt Wüthrich - Autobiography

  • Until 1975 I was working with a small group of students, a chemical engineer, Rudolf Baumann, who has stayed with me throughout all these years, and a postdoctoral associate with a physics Ph.D. in solid state EPR, Dr. Regula Keller, who largely took responsibility for the research with hemoproteins from 1970 to 1982.

    Kurt Wüthrich - Autobiography

  • "We said, 'aha, maybe acetaminophen would inhibit the pseudo-peroxidase activity of hemoproteins like myoglobin,'" Roberts said.

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