Wikiomics:NMR vs. X-ray for structure determination

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For now, this page is just a collection of references which are somehow related to the differences of structures obtained by Wikiomics:NMR or Wikiomics:X-ray crystallography, but of course any additional information on the topic is welcome.

References

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