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Biomolecular Nmr Assignments Abbreviation For Massachusetts

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CAMELSPIN

CAMELSPIN:
Cross-relaxation Appropriate for Minimolecules Emulated by Locked SPINs

CHESS

CHESS:
Chemical Shift Selective Imaging Sequence

CHIRP

CHIRP:
a quick, frequency modulated 'chirp' pulse used for broadband decoupling

CIDNP

CIDNP:
Chemically Induced Dynamic Nuclear Polarization

COCONOESY

COCONOESY:
Combined COSY/NOESY

COLOC

COLOC:
Correlatied Spectroscopy for Long Range Coupling

CONOESY

CONOESY:
Combined COSY/NOESY
same thing as COCONOESY

COSY

COSY:
Correlation Spectroscopy
Scalar J coupling - usually 2D

COSY-45

COSY-45:
COSY with 45° mixing pulse

COSYDEC

COSYDEC:
COSY with F1 Decoupling

COSYLR

COSYLR:
COSY for Long Range Couplings

CP

CP:
Cross Polarization

CPD

CPD:
Composite-Pulse Decoupling

CPMAS

CPMAS:
Cross Polarization Magic-Angle Spinning

CPMG

CPMG:
Carr-Purcell-Meiboom Gill Sequence

CRAMPS

CRAMPS:
Combined Rotational and Multiple Pulse Spectroscopy

CRINEPT

CRINEPT:
Cross-correlated Relaxation-enhanced Polarization
A combination of INEPT with cross-correlated relaxation-induced polarization transfer

CSA

CSA:
Chemical Shift Anisotropy

CSCM

CSCM:
Chemical Shift Correlation Map

CT

CT:
Constant Time

CT-HSQC

CT-HSQC:
Constant Time - Heteronuclear Single Quantum Correlation
Scalar J coupling - usually 2D

CW

CW:
Continuous Wave
Scalar J coupling - usually 2D

CYCLOPS

CYCLOPS:
Cyclically Ordered Phase Sequence
Scalar J coupling - usually 2D

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