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As an example nitroxides were covalently bound to bovine serum albumin (BSA).
Several biocompatible nitroxides have been used in EPR
Moreover the line width of the nitroxides can be reduced by synthesizing molecules deuterated at the sites coupled to the free electron.
Future in vivo applications of proteolysis imaging will require an accurate localization of the signal enhancement by the nitroxides in three dimensions.
g and nitrogen hyperfine coupling constant aN for nitroxides such as TEMPO, namely gxx = 2.008, gyy = 2.006, gzz = 2.003 (g = 2.0063) and Axx = 5G, Ayy = 5G, Azz = 30G (A = 13. 3G).