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Default Capturing the dynamic association between a tris-dipicolinate lanthanide complex and a decapeptide: a combined paramagnetic NMR and molecular dynamics exploration

Capturing the dynamic association between a tris-dipicolinate lanthanide complex and a decapeptide: a combined paramagnetic NMR and molecular dynamics exploration

In the realm of biomolecules, peptides can present a large diversity of structures. Our study sheds new light on the structural interplay between a tris-dipicolinate lanthanide probe and a decapeptide SASYKTLPRG. Although a rather trivial, electrostatically driven interaction was expected, the combination of paramagnetic NMR and molecular dynamics simulations reveals a highly dynamic association process and allows for providing extensive insights into the interaction sites and their occupancy....

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