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I pointed out at almost a year ago that the descriptions of the HNCO, HNCACO, and other experiments, are backwards with regard to the observation of residue i and i-1, vs. residue i-1 only. For example the HNCO experiment only sees the carbonyl carbon from the previous amino acid (i-1), and the HNCACO sees carbonyl carbons from both residue i and i-1 since it uses coupling through the alpha carbons.
My changes some months back were written off as being malicious, but if you check my publication list here (http://nmr.utmb.edu/gorenstein/VolkPubs.html) you will see that I am an expert in this area. I have tried to fix these mistakes twice in the past only to have them removed. So, whoever removed my changes some time back is either malicious or ill-informed.
Devolk 18:32, 3 December 2007 (UTC), NMR spectroscopist
I recently undid these changes. I'm in NMR too and I wondered how long it would take to change these, but I only read this article last week! best, Sunil060902 (talk) 10:07, 25 June 2008 (UTC)
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