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Default Applications of NMR to membrane proteins

Applications of NMR to membrane proteins

Publication date: Available online 18 May 2017
Source:Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics

Author(s): Stanley J. Opella, Francesca M. Marassi

Membrane proteins present a challenge for structural biology. In this article, we review some of the recent developments that advance the application of NMR to membrane proteins, with emphasis on structural studies in detergent-free, lipid bilayer samples that resemble the native environment. NMR spectroscopy is not only ideally suited for structure determination of membrane proteins in hydrated lipid bilayer membranes, but also highly complementary to the other principal techniques based on X-ray and electron diffraction. Recent advances in NMR instrumentation, spectroscopic methods, computational methods, and sample preparations are driving exciting new efforts in membrane protein structural biology.
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