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Default A comparison of 15N NMR relaxation measurements with a molecular dynamics simulation:

A comparison of 15N NMR relaxation measurements with a molecular dynamics simulation: backbone dynamics of the glucocorticoid receptor DNA-binding domain.

Related Articles A comparison of 15N NMR relaxation measurements with a molecular dynamics simulation: backbone dynamics of the glucocorticoid receptor DNA-binding domain.

Proteins. 1993 Dec;17(4):375-90

Authors: Eriksson MA, Berglund H, Härd T, Nilsson L

The rapid motions of the backbone of the DNA-binding domain of the glucocorticoid receptor (GR DBD) have been investigated using proton-detected heteronuclear NMR experiments on 15N-labeled protein at pH 6.0 and with a 200 psec molecular dynamics simulation of hydrated GR DBD. The experimental data were interpreted in terms of a generalized order parameter (S2) and an effective correlation time (tau e) for the internal motion of each amide bond. A back calculation, using the same model, yielded the [1H]-14N nuclear Overhauser effects (NOEs) and the 15N spin-lattice relaxation times (T1) from the simulated data. The rapid motions of the backbone turned out to be rather limited and uniform throughout the protein, with a somewhat reduced mobility in the two major alpha-helical regions and a slightly enhanced flexibility for some residues in the first zinc coordinating region. The agreement between the experimental and simulated S2-values was as good as quantitative for most of the residues, except for some residues that were subject to a more large-scale, and in the simulation thus poorly sampled, motion. Examples of such motions that were found in the simulation include jumps of the amide bond of Ile-487 between the charged oxygens of the side chain of Asp-485 and less distinct large scale motions for some of the residues in the extended regions, that were shown to give rise to noisy and/or fast decaying internal reorientational correlation functions. For these residues large differences in the simulated and experimental tau e-values were found, indicating that motions on different time scales were dominating in the experimental and simulated values. The lower (< 0.7) experimental NOEs for these residues could not be reproduced in the simulation and were shown to be a consequence of the lower tau e-values estimated in the simulation. By combining information from the simulation and the experiment a more complete picture of the motions for these residues can be obtained as is illustrated with an estimation of the jump angle and jump frequency for the amide bond of Ile-487.

PMID: 8108380 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



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