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Default Assessing potential bias in the determination of rotational correlation times of prot

Assessing potential bias in the determination of rotational correlation times of proteins by NMR relaxation.

Related Articles Assessing potential bias in the determination of rotational correlation times of proteins by NMR relaxation.

J Biomol NMR. 1999 Feb;13(2):101-12

Authors: Lee AL, Wand AJ

The various factors that influence the reliable and efficient determination of the correlation time describing molecular reorientation of proteins by NMR relaxation methods are examined. Nuclear Overhauser effects, spin-lattice, and spin-spin relaxation parameters of 15N NMR relaxation in ubiquitin have been determined at 17.6, 14.1, 11.7 and 9.4 Tesla. This unusually broad set of relaxation parameters has allowed the examination of the influence of chemical shift anisotropy, the functional form of the model-free spectral density, and the reliability of determined spin-spin relaxation parameters on the characterization of global tumbling of the protein. Treating the 15N chemical shift anisotropy (CSA) as an adjustable parameter, a consensus value of -170 +/- 15 ppm for the breadth of the chemical shift tensor and a global isotropic correlation time of 4.1 ns are found when using the model-free spectral density to fit T1 and NOE data from all fields. The inclusion of T2 relaxation parameters in the determination of the global correlation time results in its increase to 4.6 ns. This apparent inconsistency may explain a large portion of the discrepancy often found between NMR- and fluorescence-derived tau m values for proteins. The near identity of observed T2 and T1 rho values suggests that contributions from slow motions are not the origin of the apparent inconsistency with obtained T1 and NOE data. Various considerations suggest that the origin of this apparent discrepancy may reside in a contribution to the spectral density at zero frequency that is not represented by the simple model-free formalism in addition to the usual experimental difficulties associated with the measurement of these relaxation parameters. Finally, an axially symmetric diffusion tensor for ubiquitin is obtained using exclusively T1 and NOE data. A recommendation is reached on the types and combinations of relaxation data that can be used to reliably determine tau m values. It is also noted that the reliable determination of tau m values from 15N T1 and NOE relaxation parameters will become increasingly difficult as tau m increases.

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