DeerAnalysis2006 - a comprehensive software package for analyzing pulsed ELDOR data

Jeschke G, Chechik V, Ionita P, Godt A, Zimmermann H, Banham J, Timmel CR, Hilger D, Jung H (2006)
APPLIED MAGNETIC RESONANCE 30(3-4): 473-498.

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Pulsed electron-electron double resonance techniques such as the four-pulse double electron-electron resonance experiment measure a dipolar evolution function of the sample. For a sample consisting of spin-carrying nanoobjects, this function is the product of a form factor, corresponding to the internal structure of the nanoobject, and a background factor, corresponding to the distribution of nanoobjects in space. The form factor contains information on the spin-to-spin distance distribution within the nanoobject and on the average number of spins per nanoobject, while the background factor depends on constraints, such as a confinement of the nanoobjects to a two-dimensional layer. Separation of the dipolar evolution function into these two contributions and extraction of the spin-to-spin distance distribution require numerically stable mathematical algorithms that can handle data for different classes of samples, e.g., spin-labelled biomacromolecules and synthetic materials. Furthermore, experimental imperfections such as the limited excitation bandwidth of microwave pulses need to be considered. The software package DeerAnalysis2006 provides access to a comprehensive set of tools for such data analysis within a common user interface. This interface allows for several tests of the reliability and precision of the extracted information. User-supplied models for the spin-to-spin distance distribution within a certain class of nanoobjects can be added to an existing library and be fitted with a universal algorithm.
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Jeschke G, Chechik V, Ionita P, et al. DeerAnalysis2006 - a comprehensive software package for analyzing pulsed ELDOR data. APPLIED MAGNETIC RESONANCE. 2006;30(3-4):473-498.
Jeschke, G., Chechik, V., Ionita, P., Godt, A., Zimmermann, H., Banham, J., Timmel, C. R., et al. (2006). DeerAnalysis2006 - a comprehensive software package for analyzing pulsed ELDOR data. APPLIED MAGNETIC RESONANCE, 30(3-4), 473-498.
Jeschke, G., Chechik, V., Ionita, P., Godt, A., Zimmermann, H., Banham, J., Timmel, C. R., Hilger, D., and Jung, H. (2006). DeerAnalysis2006 - a comprehensive software package for analyzing pulsed ELDOR data. APPLIED MAGNETIC RESONANCE 30, 473-498.
Jeschke, G., et al., 2006. DeerAnalysis2006 - a comprehensive software package for analyzing pulsed ELDOR data. APPLIED MAGNETIC RESONANCE, 30(3-4), p 473-498.
G. Jeschke, et al., “DeerAnalysis2006 - a comprehensive software package for analyzing pulsed ELDOR data”, APPLIED MAGNETIC RESONANCE, vol. 30, 2006, pp. 473-498.
Jeschke, G., Chechik, V., Ionita, P., Godt, A., Zimmermann, H., Banham, J., Timmel, C.R., Hilger, D., Jung, H.: DeerAnalysis2006 - a comprehensive software package for analyzing pulsed ELDOR data. APPLIED MAGNETIC RESONANCE. 30, 473-498 (2006).
Jeschke, G., Chechik, V., Ionita, P., Godt, Adelheid, Zimmermann, H., Banham, J., Timmel, C. R., Hilger, D., and Jung, H. “DeerAnalysis2006 - a comprehensive software package for analyzing pulsed ELDOR data”. APPLIED MAGNETIC RESONANCE 30.3-4 (2006): 473-498.
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