The double-DANTE sequence applied to NMR of complex carbohydrates

The double‐DANTE sequence was implemented in 1D TOCSY and NOESY experiments to overcome some typical problems in the NMR of carbohydrates

Leszek Poppe

2005

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  • The double‐DANTE sequence was implemented in 1D TOCSY and NOESY experiments to overcome some typical problems in the NMR of carbohydrates
  • In the 1D TOCSY experiment the double‐DANTE sequence serves to invert simultaneously two resonances belonging to the same scalar‐coupled spin system, thereby substantially increasing the sensitivity of the technique for subspectral editing and providing a valuable alternative to relayed TOCSY in overcoming small‐J bottlenecks in monosaccharides such as galactose and sialic acid
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