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By Norman J. And Thomas L. James Oppenheimer

This quantity, as does quantity 177, offers a basic heritage of recent NMR suggestions, with a selected specialize in NMR ideas that pertain to proteins and enzymology, and a ''snapshot'' of the present cutting-edge in NMR experimental concepts. those books allow the reader to appreciate a given procedure, to judge its strengths and barriers, to make your mind up that is the simplest procedure, and, ultimately, to layout an scan utilizing the selected strategy to clear up an issue

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M. van den Berg, C. T. W. Moonen, and A. Bacher, Biochemistry 25, 6789 (1986). 46 aASlC TECHNIQUES [2] should provide a means of distinguishing whether the X - P r o peptide bond is cis or trans (Fig. 17 Sensitivity considerations limit the application of the 13C{13C}DQC experiment to proteins enriched with 13C. With current methods for incorporating stable isotopes into biotechnology-derived proteins, 27 this is becoming less of a problem. It should be noted that the amount of 13C-labeled protein required for this experiment is similar to that used routinely in 2D JH NMR experiments such as COSY and NOESY.

11. Elucidation of one-bond carbon-nitrogen connectivities by means of a 2D 13C{]SN}SBC experiment. The sample was oxidized [26% U-t3C, 98% U-ISN]flavodoxin from Anabaena 7120 (Mr 19,200). 53 MHz). A sequential assignment is shown between a glycine ~3C~and a leucine I5Ni+1(labeled " G L " ) . The position of a second glycine carbonyl determined by the ]3C{~3C}DQC experiment is labeled " G ? , " but its coupling partner has not been identified. Two cross-peaks corresponding to glutamine side-chain amides (Q - Be) are indicated in the figure and serve to distinguish the side-chain carbonyls of Asn and Gin from those of Asp and Glu.

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