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Applications of Stable Isotopes in Biochemistry

  • Marion H. O’leary

Abstract

The use of radioactive isotopes has been very important in the development of modern biochemistry and is currently standard practice in almost all biochemistry laboratories. The use of stable isotopes, on the other hand, has developed more slowly, perhaps because analysis of materials labeled with stable isotopes is generally more difficult than analysis of materials labeled with radioactive isotopes.

Keywords

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Stable Isotope Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrum Malic Acid Isotope Effect 
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