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This method measures the difference in transverse relaxation rates for the paramagnetic and diamagnetic states of a protein: = R2para − R2dia (12) 44 sotaro fuchigami et al. where R2para and R2dia are transverse relaxation rates for a protein with and without a covalently or tightly bound paramagnetic probe, respectively, such as the unpaired electron of Cu2+ , Mn2+ , or nitroxides. Due to the large paramagnetic moment, the transverse relaxation rate for the dipolar interactions between the unpaired electron and 1 H becomes extremely large and provides information on the minor component in the form of = pA A + pB B for the equilibrium of Eq.