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|Title:||Overview on the use of NMR to examine protein structure.|
|Citation:||CURR PROTOC PROTEIN SCI, 2011, Chapter 17, pp. Unit17.5-Unit17.5|
|Abstract:||Any protein structure determination process contains several steps, starting from obtaining a suitable sample, then moving on to acquiring data and spectral assignment, and lastly to the final steps of structure determination and validation. This unit describes all of these steps, starting with the basic physical principles behind NMR and some of the most commonly measured and observed phenomena such as chemical shift, scalar and residual coupling, and the nuclear Overhauser effect. Then, in somewhat more detail, the process of spectral assignment and structure elucidation is explained. Furthermore, the use of NMR to study protein-ligand interaction, protein dynamics, or protein folding is described.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Biochemistry|
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