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Default Angular variances for internal bond rotations of side chains in GXG-based tripeptides

Angular variances for internal bond rotations of side chains in GXG-based tripeptides derived from (13)C-NMR relaxation measurements: Implications to protein folding.

Related Articles Angular variances for internal bond rotations of side chains in GXG-based tripeptides derived from (13)C-NMR relaxation measurements: Implications to protein folding.

Biopolymers. 1999 Apr 15;49(5):373-383

Authors: Mikhailov DV, Washington L, Voloshin AM, Daragan VA, Mayo KH

The study of backbone and side-chain internal motions in proteins and peptides is crucial to having a better understanding of protein/peptide "structure" and to characterizing unfolded and partially folded states of proteins and peptides. To achieve this, however, requires establishing a baseline for internal motions and motional restrictions for all residues in the fully, solvent-exposed "unfolded state." GXG-based tripeptides are the simpliest peptides where residue X is fully solvent exposed in the context of an actual peptide. In this study, a series of GXG-based tripeptides has been synthesized with X being varied to include all twenty common amino acid residues. Proton-coupled and -decoupled (13)C-nmr relaxation measurements have been performed on these twenty tripeptides and various motional models (Lipari-Szabo model free approach, rotational anisotropic diffusion, rotational fluctuations within a potential well, rotational jump model) have been used to analyze relaxation data for derivation of angular variances and motional correlation times for backbone and side-chain chi(1) and chi(2) bonds and methyl group rotations. At 298 K, backbone motional correlation times range from about 50 to 85 ps, whereas side-chain motional correlation times show a much broader spread from about 18 to 80 ps. Angular variances for backbone phi,psi bond rotations range from 11 degrees to 23 degrees and those for side chains vary from 5 degrees to 24 degrees for chi(1) bond rotations and from 5 degrees to 27 degrees for chi(2) bond rotations. Even in these peptide models of the "unfolded state," side-chain angular variances can be as restricted as those for backbone and beta-branched (valine, threonine, and isoleucine) and aromatic side chains display the most restricted motions probably due to steric hinderence with backbone atoms. Comparison with motional data on residues in partially folded, beta-sheet-forming peptides indicates that side-chain motions of at least hydrophobic residues are less restricted in the partially folded state, suggesting that an increase in side-chain conformational entropy may help drive early-stage protein folding. Copyright 1999 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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