Selective Distance Measurements Using Triple Spin Labeling with Gd³⁺, Mn²⁺, and a Nitroxide
Distance measurements by pulse electron paramagnetic resonance techniques, such as double electron-electron resonance (DEER, also called PELDOR), have become an established tool to explore structural properties of biomacromolecules and their assemblies. In such measurements a pair of spin labels provides a single distance constraint. Here we show that by employing three different types of spin labels that differ in their spectroscopic and spin dynamics properties it is possible to extract three...[Show more]
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