Magnetic Resonance Letters

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ISSN: 2772-5162
CN: 42-1917/O4
p-ISSN: 2097-0048

Magnetic Resonance Letters

Open access

Magnetic Resonance Letters (MRL) is an open access journal that publishes research articles, communications and reviews on all aspects of magnetic resonance. The journal encompasses research on in viv...

Magnetic Resonance Letters (MRL) is an open access journal that publishes research articles, communications and reviews on all aspects of magnetic resonance. The journal encompasses research on in vivo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS), high-resolution liquid and solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), electron spin/paramagnetic resonance (ESR) and nuclear quadrupole resonance (NQR), etc.

The journal seeks papers on novel and significant developments in the physical principles underlying spectroscopies, methodologies and applications of magnetic resonance in medicine, chemistry, biology, pharmacology, neuroscience, geochemistry, food science and related fields. Research related to clinical applications is strongly encouraged.

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Magnetic Resonance Letters is sponsored by Innovation Academy of Precision Measurement Science and Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (hereinafter referred to as APM). In the early days of the Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, CAS (WIPM, CAS), one of the predecessors of APM, renowned physicist Mr. Wang Tianjuan, returned to China and...

Magnetic Resonance Letters is sponsored by Innovation Academy of Precision Measurement Science and Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (hereinafter referred to as APM). In the early days of the Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, CAS (WIPM, CAS), one of the predecessors of APM, renowned physicist Mr. Wang Tianjuan, returned to China and established the discipline of magnetic resonance spectroscopy in China. After that, several generations of scientists including academician Chao-hui Ye, have taken the mission of serving the country with science and technology to heart, and have developed nuclear magnetic resonance methods and spectrometer technology, marching on the forefront of the world's magnetic resonance discipline. After decades of development, the Institute has continuously consolidated its disciplinary foundation and achieved a number of international leading achievements in the field of magnetic resonance, and has built a number of national and provincial magnetic resonance research platforms, such as the State Key Laboratory of Magnetic Resonance and Atomic and Molecular Physics, the National Center for Magnetic Resonance in Wuhan, and CAS Key Laboratory of Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems. APM has always been committed to promoting the development of magnetic resonance spectroscopy. It is also recognized as one of the most important centers in the field, representing the highest level of magnetic resonance research in China, and hence being supported with considerable scientific resources to publish a first-class English magnetic resonance journal.

Recent progress in fragment-based drug discovery facilitated by NMR spectroscopy

Utilizing 3D DOSY NMR in the characterization of organic compounds in coal chemical wastewater

Study on the synthesis of spin labeled poly(styrene-co-maleic acid)s and their segmental motion

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1. RF power design optimization in MRI system

2. Recent progress in fragment-based drug discovery facilitated by NMR spectroscopy

3. Solid-state NMR in the field of drug delivery: State of the art and new perspectives

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Volume 2 Issue 1 DNA binding mechanism of WhiB4 from Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb), the pathogen of tuberculosis, has latently infected about one-third of the world's population and may lead to severe clinical symptoms and death. The WhiB4 protein, a transcription factor, plays a crucial role in the survival and pathology of Mtb. WhiB4 leads to the condensation of mycobacterial nucleoids and regulates the expression of genes involved in central metabolism, respiration, and maintaining redox homeostasis. Here, we report the solution structure of reduced...

Volume 1 Issue 2 Two open metal sites on the same metal: Dynamics of CO2 in MOF UTSA-74: Dedicated to Professor Xiuwen Han on the occasion of her 80th birthday

Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are an emerging class of porous materials with many unique properties that make them promising candidates for carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and storage. A better understanding of the behavior of CO2 adsorbed inside MOF will enable researchers to develop the ability of designing new MOF based materials with high CO2 adsorption capabilities. It is well known that presence of open metal sites (OMSs) can greatly enhance the gas adsorption capability of MOFs...

Volume 1 Issue 1 Solid-state NMR in the field of drug delivery: State of the art and new perspectives

In the last decades, a variety of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) techniques have been applied with success in the field of advanced functional materials, including the important area of drug delivery. In such field, solid-state NMR (SSNMR) is an irreplaceable tool in the arsenal of characterization techniques, offering unique and comprehensive perspectives for the description of chemical structure, spatial connectivity and interfacial phenomena of solid dosage forms.

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Collection dedicated to Professor Xiuwen Han on the occasion of her 80th birthday

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