Susanne Penzel
Susanne Penzel
PhD student, ETH Zürich
Verified email at nmr.phys.chem.ethz.ch
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
De novo 3D structure determination from sub‐milligram protein samples by solid‐state 100 kHz MAS NMR spectroscopy
V Agarwal, S Penzel, K Szekely, R Cadalbert, E Testori, A Oss, J Past, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 53 (45), 12253-12256, 2014
1832014
Protein resonance assignment at MAS frequencies approaching 100 kHz: a quantitative comparison of J-coupling and dipolar-coupling-based transfer methods
S Penzel, AA Smith, V Agarwal, A Hunkeler, ML Org, A Samoson, ...
Journal of biomolecular NMR 63 (2), 165-186, 2015
582015
Dynamic Nuclear Polarization of 1H, 13C, and 59Co in a Tris(ethylenediamine)cobalt(III) Crystalline Lattice Doped with Cr(III)
B Corzilius, VK Michaelis, SA Penzel, E Ravera, AA Smith, C Luchinat, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (33), 11716-11727, 2014
412014
Spinning faster: protein NMR at MAS frequencies up to 126 kHz
S Penzel, A Oss, ML Org, A Samoson, A Böckmann, M Ernst, BH Meier
Journal of Biomolecular NMR, 2019
372019
Structural Insights into Bound Water in Crystalline Amino Acids: Experimental and Theoretical 17O NMR
VK Michaelis, EG Keeler, TC Ong, KN Craigen, S Penzel, JEC Wren, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 119 (25), 8024-8036, 2015
232015
Microsecond Dynamics in Ubiquitin Probed by Solid-State N-15 NMR Spectroscopy R-1 rho Relaxation Experiments under Fast MAS (60-110 kHz)
NA Lakomek, S Penzel, A Lends, R Cadalbert, M Ernst, BH Meier
Chemistry-A European Journal 23 (39), 9425-9433, 2017
222017
Insight into small molecule binding to the neonatal Fc receptor by X-ray crystallography and 100 kHz magic-angle-spinning NMR
D Stöppler, A Macpherson, S Smith-Penzel, N Basse, F Lecomte, ...
PLoS biology 16 (5), e2006192, 2018
162018
Cell-free expression, purification, and membrane reconstitution for NMR studies of the nonstructural protein 4B from hepatitis C virus
ML Fogeron, V Jirasko, S Penzel, D Paul, R Montserret, C Danis, ...
Journal of biomolecular NMR 65 (2), 87-98, 2016
152016
Structural Studies of Self‐Assembled Subviral Particles: Combining Cell‐Free Expression with 110 kHz MAS NMR Spectroscopy
G David, ML Fogeron, M Schledorn, R Montserret, U Haselmann, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 57 (17), 4787-4791, 2018
112018
Setting the magic angle for fast magic-angle spinning probes
S Penzel, AA Smith, M Ernst, BH Meier
Journal of Magnetic Resonance 293, 115-122, 2018
92018
100 kHz MAS proton-detected NMR spectroscopy of hepatitis B virus capsids
L Lecoq, M Schledorn, S Wang, S Smith-Penzel, AA Malär, M Callon, ...
Frontiers in molecular biosciences 6, 58, 2019
82019
Theoretical description of RESPIRATION-CP
AB Nielsen, KO Tan, R Shankar, S Penzel, R Cadalbert, A Samoson, ...
Chemical Physics Letters 645, 150-156, 2016
82016
Quantifying proton NMR coherent linewidth in proteins under fast MAS conditions: a second moment approach
AA Malär, S Smith-Penzel, GM Camenisch, T Wiegand, A Samoson, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 21 (35), 18850-18865, 2019
32019
Efficient low-power TOBSY sequences for fast MAS
KO Tan, V Agarwal, NA Lakomek, S Penzel, BH Meier, M Ernst
Solid state nuclear magnetic resonance 89, 27-34, 2018
32018
Combining cell-free protein synthesis and NMR into a tool to study capsid assembly modulation
S Wang, ML Fogeron, M Schledorn, M Dujardin, S Penzel, D Burdette, ...
Frontiers in molecular biosciences 6, 67, 2019
22019
Proton‐detected solid‐state NMR of the cell‐free synthesized α‐helical transmembrane protein NS4B from hepatitis C virus
V Jirasko, NA Lakomek, S Penzel, ML Fogeron, R Bartenschlager, ...
ChemBioChem, 2020
12020
Protein NMR spectroscopy at 150 kHz magic‐angle spinning continues to improve resolution and mass sensitivity
M Schleedorn, A Malär, A Torosyan, S Penzel, D Klose, A Oss, ML Org, ...
ChemBioChem, 2020
2020
Solid-state NMR under fast magic-angle spinning (90-150 kHz) for biological applications
S Smith-Penzel
ETH Zurich, 2019
2019
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–18