Nuclear magnetic resonance of rotational mobility of mouse hemoglobin labeled with (2-13C)histidine

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Science  18 Apr 1975:
Vol. 188, Issue 4185, pp. 266-268
DOI: 10.1126/science.1118727


Carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance studies were made on mouse hemoglobin specifically labeled at the C-2 histidine position. Measurement of the spin lattice relaxation times of the label before and after hemolysis of the erythrocytes provides information on the intracellular fluid viscosities.