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Abstract. Gadolinium complexes are attracting increasing attention as spin labels for EPR dipolar distance measurements in biomolecules and particularly for in-cell measurements. It has been shown that flip-flop transitions within the central transition of the high-spin Gd3+ ion can introduce artefacts in dipolar distance measurements, particularly when measuring distances less than 3 nm. Previous work has shown some reduction of these artefacts through increasing the frequency separationdoi:10.5194/mr-1-301-2020 pmid:37904818 pmcid:PMC10500690 fatcat:7xe36djcojgk5cez66cdfaub4m