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By N. Rama Krishna, Lawrence J. Berliner

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ISBN-13: 9780306470837

Quantity sixteen of organic Magnetic Resonance (Modern concepts in Protein NMR) represents major advances in the biomolecular NMR box, with emphasis on advancements through the contemporary years. This ebook brings jointly a number of the world's premier specialists who've supplied large management in advancing the sector. quantity sixteen is dedicated to themes on biomacromolecules and pulse tools. It covers advances within the research of enormous proteins and protein complexes, tools regarding perdeuterated huge proteins, membrane proteins, advances in pulse schemes for spin decoupling and for the size of coupling constants and torsion attitude constraints together with cross-correlated rest spectroscopy.

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Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers, 1999. 27 28 Kevin H. Gardner and Lewis E. Kay bacteria in D2O media supplemented with either uniformly or selectively protonated amino acids. , 1968) or oligomerization (Crespi and Katz, 1969) were investigated. , 1989). In the 1980s, random fractional deuteration was employed to improve the quality of homonuclear proton two-dimensional (2D) NMR spectra. 15), replacement of protons with deuterons removes contributions to proton linewidths from proton– proton dipolar relaxation and1H–1H scalar couplings.

Have taken advantage of the fact that the methyl group of pyruvate is the metabolic precursor of the methyls of Ala, Val, Leu, and Ile (γ2 only) to produce proteins that are highly deuterated at all positions with the exceptions of the methyl groups mentioned above. In this approach, proteins are overexpressed in E. coli grown in a D2O-based minimal medium with protonated pyruvate as the sole carbon source. The utility of this approach is demonstrated in Fig. 3, which compares 13C–1H HSQC spectra of 15 N, 13C, fully protonated (a) and 15N, 13C, methyl protonated, highly deuterated (b) samples of the C-terminal SH2 domain of bovine phospholipase Cγ l (PLCC).

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