Site-Directed Spin Labeling EPR for Studying Membrane Proteins #DNPNMR #EPR

Sahu, Indra D., and Gary A. Lorigan. “Site-Directed Spin Labeling EPR for Studying Membrane Proteins.” BioMed Research International 2018 (2018): 1–13.

Site-directed spin labeling (SDSL) in combination with electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy is a rapidly expanding powerful biophysical technique to study the structural and dynamic properties of membrane proteins in a native environment. Membrane proteins are responsible for performing important functions in a wide variety of complicated biological systems that are responsible for the survival of living organisms. In this review, a brief introduction of the most popular SDSL EPR techniques and illustrations of recent applications for studying pertinent structural and dynamic properties on membrane proteins will be discussed.

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