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Nuclear magnetic resonance detection and spectroscopy of single proteins using quantum logic.

Nuclear magnetic resonance is a powerful technique for medical imaging and the structural analysis of materials, but is usually associated with large-volume samples. Lovchinsky et al. exploited the magnetic properties of a single spin associated with a defect in diamond and manipulated it with a qua... Full description

Journal Title: Science (New York N.Y.), February 19, 2016, Vol.351(6275), pp.836-841
Main Author: Lovchinsky, I
Other Authors: Sushkov, A O , Urbach, E , de Leon, N P , Choi, S , De Greve, K , Evans, R , Gertner, R , Bersin, E , Müller, C , Mcguinness, L , Jelezko, F , Walsworth, R L , Park, H , Lukin, M D
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title: Nuclear magnetic resonance detection and spectroscopy of single proteins using quantum logic.
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  • Lovchinsky, I
  • Sushkov, A O
  • Urbach, E
  • de Leon, N P
  • Choi, S
  • De Greve, K
  • Evans, R
  • Gertner, R
  • Bersin, E
  • Müller, C
  • Mcguinness, L
  • Jelezko, F
  • Walsworth, R L
  • Park, H
  • Lukin, M D
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  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Biomolecular–Methods
  • Proteins–Analysis
  • Quantum Theory–Analysis
  • Sensitivity and Specificity–Analysis
  • Proteins
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description: Nuclear magnetic resonance is a powerful technique for medical imaging and the structural analysis of materials, but is usually associated with large-volume samples. Lovchinsky et al. exploited the magnetic properties of a single spin associated with a defect in diamond and manipulated it with a quantum-logic protocol. They demonstrated the magnetic resonance detection and spectroscopy of multiple nuclear species within individual ubiquitin proteins attached to a specially treated diamond surface at room temperature. Science, this issue p. 836 Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is a powerful tool for the structural analysis of organic compounds and biomolecules but typically requires macroscopic sample quantities. We use a sensor, which consists of two quantum bits corresponding to an electronic spin and an ancillary nuclear spin, to demonstrate room temperature magnetic resonance detection and spectroscopy of multiple nuclear species within individual ubiquitin proteins attached to...
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