Electron Spin Resonance and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Biology and Medicine and Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems.
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The report contains more than 75 papers centered around the use of NMR and ESR in biochemistry, biology, and medicine. Section headings include The structure and function of hemoglobin The structure and function of enzymes Nucleic acids, histones, and repressors Radiation effects on DNA Biological membranes and model membranes Biological membranes and model membranes and muscle Amino acids, peptides, and proteins New experimental and theoretical techniques Non-heme iron protein Structural studies of carbohydrates Potential clinical applications of magnetic resonance. Author and subject indexes are included.