Journal Highlight: Computational 1H NMR: Part 3. Biochemical studies

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  • Published: Aug 12, 2019
  • Author: spectroscopyNOW
  • Channels: NMR Knowledge Base
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The final review dealing with the computation of 1H NMR chemical shifts and spin–spin coupling constants deals with biologically active natural products, carbohydrates and other molecules of biological origin.

Krivdin, L.B. (2019). Computational 1H NMR: Part 3. Biochemical studies. Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry online

Abstract: This is the third and the last part of three closely interrelated reviews dealing with computation of 1H nuclear magnetic resonance chemical shifts and 1H–1H spin–spin coupling constants. Present review deals with the computation of these parameters in biologically active natural products, carbohydrates, and other molecules of biological origin focusing on stereochemical applications of computational 1H nuclear magnetic resonance to these objects.

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