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Default Free-energy calculations highlight differences in accuracy between X-ray and NMR stru

Free-energy calculations highlight differences in accuracy between X-ray and NMR structures and add value to protein structure prediction.

Related Articles Free-energy calculations highlight differences in accuracy between X-ray and NMR structures and add value to protein structure prediction.

Structure. 2001 Oct;9(10):905-16

Authors: Lee MR, Kollman PA

BACKGROUND: While X-ray crystallography structures of proteins are considerably more reliable than those from NMR spectroscopy, it has been difficult to assess the inherent accuracy of NMR structures, particularly the side chains. RESULTS: For 15 small single-domain proteins, we used a molecular mechanics-/dynamics-based free-energy approach to investigate native, decoy, and fully extended alpha conformations. Decoys were all less energetically favorable than native conformations in nine of the ten X-ray structures and in none of the five NMR structures, but short 150 ps molecular dynamics simulations on the experimental structures caused them to have the lowest predicted free energy in all 15 proteins. In addition, a strong correlation exists (r(2) = 0.86) between the predicted free energy of unfolding, from native to fully extended conformations, and the number of residues. CONCLUSIONS: This work suggests that the approximate treatment of solvent used in solving NMR structures can lead NMR model conformations to be less reliable than crystal structures. This conclusion was reached because of the considerably higher calculated free energies and the extent of structural deviation during aqueous dynamics simulations of NMR models compared to those determined by X-ray crystallography. Also, the strong correlation found between protein length and predicted free energy of unfolding in this work suggests, for the first time, that a free-energy function can allow for identification of the native state based on calculations on an extended state and in the absence of an experimental structure.

PMID: 11591346 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



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