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Default NMR approaches in structure-based lead discovery: Recent developments and new frontiers for targeting multi-protein complexes

NMR approaches in structure-based lead discovery: Recent developments and new frontiers for targeting multi-protein complexes

Publication date: Available online 28 August 2014
Source:Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology

Author(s): David M. Dias , Alessio Ciulli

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a pivotal method for structure-based and fragment-based lead discovery because it is one of the most robust techniques to provide information on protein structure, dynamics and interaction at an atomic level in solution. Nowadays, in most ligand screening cascades, NMR-based methods are applied to identify and structurally validate small molecule binding. These can be high-throughput and are often used synergistically with other biophysical assays. Here, we describe current state-of-the-art in the portfolio of available NMR-based experiments that are used to aid early-stage lead discovery. We then focus on multi-protein complexes as targets and how NMR spectroscopy allows studying of interactions within the high molecular weight assemblies that make up a vast fraction of the yet untargeted proteome. Finally, we give our perspective on how currently available methods could build an improved strategy for drug discovery against such challenging targets.







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