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NMR of Macromolecular Assemblies and Machines at 1 GHz and Beyond: New Transformative Opportunities for Molecular Structural Biology.
 
NMR of Macromolecular Assemblies and Machines at 1 GHz and Beyond: New Transformative Opportunities for Molecular Structural Biology.

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Methods Mol Biol. 2018;1688:1-35

Authors: Quinn CM, Wang M, Polenova T

Abstract
As a result of profound gains in sensitivity and resolution afforded by ultrahigh magnetic fields, transformative applications in the fields of structural biology and materials science*are being realized. The development of dual low temperature superconducting (LTS)/high-temperature superconducting (HTS) magnets has enabled the achievement of magnetic fields above 1*GHz (23.5*T), which will open doors to*an unprecedented new range of applications. In this contribution, we discuss the promise of ultrahigh field magnetic resonance. We highlight several methodological developments pertinent at high-magnetic fields including measurement of (1)H-(1)H distances and (1)H chemical shift anisotropy in the solid state as well as studies of quadrupolar nuclei such as (17)O. Higher magnetic fields have advanced heteronuclear detection in solution NMR, valuable for applications including metabolomics and disordered proteins, as well as expanded use of proton detection in the solid state in conjunction with ultrafast magic angle spinning. We also present several recent applications to structural studies of the AP205 bacteriophage, the M2 channel from Influenza A, and biomaterials such as human bone. Gains in sensitivity and resolution from increased field strengths will enable advanced applications of NMR spectroscopy including in vivo studies of whole cells and intact virions.


PMID: 29151202 [PubMed - in process]



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