Bentham Science's new volume delves into specific avenues of applied NMR studies

Bentham Science's seventh volume of Applications of NMR Spectroscopy, published by Bentham Science Publishers covers NMR methods in proteomics and metabolomics, and nucleic acid biochemistry.

Applications of NMR Spectroscopy is now in its seventh volume under the co-editorship of Atta-ur Rahman and M. Iqbal Choudhary. The new volume delves into specific avenues of applied NMR studies. The volume starts with a review of recent advances in magic angle spinning (MAS) ssNMR of self-assembling proteins by researchers from the University of Bordeaux, France. In terms of metabolomics, the volume presents 2 chapters on NMR assessment of the gut microbiome (Cox et al., King's College, UK) and application of NMR methods to study lipid metabolism (Nieva-Echevarria, et al., University of the Basque Country, Spain). Continuing the same theme, an Italian team of researchers present their research on the use of NMR metabolomics profiling for diagnosing and treating chronic lung disease. This is followed by a collaborative review on metabolomics profiling for early cancer diagnosis (Talreja et al.). The volume also brings a review on NMR methods to study nucleic acid structure (Kaushik et al., University of Delhi, India).

Researchers who are interested in applied sciences involving NMR spectroscopic methods, particularly in the field of proteomics, metabolomics, medical diagnosis and nucleic acid biochemistry will find this volume interesting.

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