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Default High-resolution NMR studies of encapsulated proteins in liquid ethane.

High-resolution NMR studies of encapsulated proteins in liquid ethane.

High-resolution NMR studies of encapsulated proteins in liquid ethane.

J Am Chem Soc. 2005 Jul 27;127(29):10176-7

Authors: Peterson RW, Lefebvre BG, Wand AJ

Many of the difficulties presented by large, aggregation-prone, and membrane proteins to modern solution NMR spectroscopy can be alleviated by actively seeking to increase the effective rate of molecular reorientation. An emerging approach involves encapsulating the protein of interest within the protective shell of a reverse micelle and dissolving the resulting particle in a low viscosity fluid, such as the short chain alkanes. Here we present the encapsulation of proteins with high structural fidelity within reverse micelles dissolved in liquid ethane. The addition of appropriate cosurfactants can significantly reduce the pressure required for successful encapsulation. At these reduced pressures, the viscosity of the ethane solution is low enough to provide sufficiently rapid molecular reorientation to significantly lengthen the spin-spin NMR relaxation times of the encapsulated protein.

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