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Heteronuclear proton assisted recoupling, G. De Paëpe, Lewandowski, J. R., Loquet, A., Eddy, M. T., Megy, S., Böckmann, A., and Griffin, R. G., , The Journal of Chemical Physics, vol. 134, p. 095101, 2011.
High Field Dynamic Nuclear Polarization NMR with Surfactant Sheltered Biradicals, M. K. Kiesewetter, Michaelis, V. K., Walish, J. J., Griffin, R. G., and Swager, T. M., , The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol. 118, pp. 1825–1830, 2014.
High Frequency Dynamic Nuclear Polarization, Q. Zhe Ni, Daviso, E., Can, T. V., Markhasin, E., Jawla, S. K., Swager, T. M., Temkin, R. J., Herzfeld, J., and Griffin, R. G., , Accounts of Chemical Research, vol. 46, pp. 1933–1941, 2013.
High Resolution 17O NMR Spectroscopy of Structural Water, E. G. Keeler, Michaelis, V. K., Wilson, C. B., Hung, I., Wang, X., Gan, Z., and Griffin, R. G., , The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2019.
Higher Order Amyloid Fibril Structure by MAS NMR and DNP Spectroscopy, G. T. Debelouchina, Bayro, M. J., Fitzpatrick, A. W., Ladizhansky, V., Colvin, M. T., Caporini, M. A., Jaroniec, C. P., Bajaj, V. S., Rosay, M., MacPhee, C. E., and al., et, , Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol. 135, pp. 19237–19247, 2013.
High-Field Dynamic Nuclear Polarization for Solid and Solution Biological NMR, A. B. Barnes, De Paëpe, G., van der Wel, P. C. A., Hu, K. - N., Joo, C. - G., Bajaj, V. S., Mak-Jurkauskas, M. L., Sirigiri, J. R., Herzfeld, J., Temkin, R. J., and al., et, , Applied Magnetic Resonance, vol. 34, pp. 237–263, 2008.
High-Field13C Dynamic Nuclear Polarization with a Radical Mixture, V. K. Michaelis, Smith, A. A., Corzilius, B., Haze, O., Swager, T. M., and Griffin, R. G., , Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol. 135, pp. 2935–2938, 2013.
High-Frequency Dynamic Nuclear Polarization, M. L. Mak-Jurkauskas and Griffin, R. G., , Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance, 2010.
Highly branched and loop-rich gels via formation of metal–organic cages linked by polymers, A. V. Zhukhovitskiy, Zhong, M., Keeler, E. G., Michaelis, V. K., Sun, J. E. P., Hore, M. J. A., Pochan, D. J., Griffin, R. G., Willard, A. P., and Johnson, J. A., , Nature Chemistry, vol. 8, pp. 33–41, 2015.
High-Resolution MAS NMR Analysis of PI3-SH3 Amyloid Fibrils: Backbone Conformation and Implications for Protofilament Assembly and Structure, M. J. Bayro, Maly, T., Birkett, N. R., MacPhee, C. E., Dobson, C. M., and Griffin, R. G., , Biochemistry, vol. 49, pp. 7474–7484, 2010.
High-Resolution MAS NMR Analysis of PI3-SH3 Amyloid Fibrils: Backbone Conformation and Implications for Protofilament Assembly and Structure, M. J. Bayro, Maly, T., Birkett, N. R., MacPhee, C. E., Dobson, C. M., and Griffin, R. G., , Biochemistry, vol. 49, pp. 7474–7484, 2010.
High-resolution solid-state NMR structure of Alanyl-Prolyl-Glycine, A. B. Barnes, Andreas, L. B., Huber, M., Ramachandran, R., van der Wel, P. C. A., Veshtort, M., Griffin, R. G., and Mehta, M. A., , Journal of Magnetic Resonance, vol. 200, pp. 95–100, 2009.

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