Synonyms for trnoe or Related words with trnoe

overhauser              homonuclear              hohaha              noesy              cest              trnoesy              flavoprotein              noe              crosspeaks              roesy              cytcytoplasmic              jeener              hyperpolarisation              lret              tocsy              heteronucleus              noes              heteronuclei              frster              ctchromatin              relaxometry              mtrasym              intraresidue              coesy              governingrendering              relaxometer              diastereotopic              scooy              smfret              upfield              mmct              paracest              hmqc              hydroxymethine              trosy              resonanceq              intralane              tvfts              nhsqc              trfret              deshielding              ghmqc              overhouser              hyperpolarizable              multiplets              hncacb              jetany              waterlogsy              hetcor              acnadh             



Examples of "trnoe"
Some examples of two-dimensional NMR experimental techniques exploiting the NOE include nuclear Overhauser effect spectroscopy (NOESY), heteronuclear Overhauser effect spectroscopy (HOESY), rotational frame nuclear Overhauser effect spectroscopy (ROESY), transferred nuclear Overhauser effect (TRNOE), and double pulsed field gradient spin echo NOE (DPFGSE-NOE). NOESY is the determination of the relative orientations of atoms in a molecule, producing a three-dimensional structure. HOESY is NOESY cross-correlation between atoms of different elements. ROESY involves spin-locking the magnetization to prevent it from going to zero, applied for molecules for which regular NOESY is not applicable. TRNOE measures the NOE between two different molecules interacting in the same solution, as in a ligand binding to a protein. In a DPFGSE-NOE experiment, a transient experiment that allows for suppression of strong signals and thus detection of very small NOEs.