TROSYTransverse Relaxation-Optimized Spectroscopy
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Within this context, TROSY (transverse relaxation-optimized spectroscopy), developed by Kurt Wuthrich and others from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, harnesses ultra high field magnets for analyzing large proteins such as the 900 kDa GroEL-GroES complex.
It is also used for TROSY (Transverse-Relaxation Optimized Spectroscopy) for the analysis of proteins with higher molecular weights.
Basically this means that by making two interference-causing properties cancel each other out, TROSY versions of 3-D experiments can create a signal-to-noise ratio two to three times greater than normal.