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Default Paramagnetic doping of a 7TM membrane protein in lipid bilayers by Gd(3+)-complexes for solid-state NMR spectroscopy.

Paramagnetic doping of a 7TM membrane protein in lipid bilayers by Gd(3+)-complexes for solid-state NMR spectroscopy.

Related Articles Paramagnetic doping of a 7TM membrane protein in lipid bilayers by Gd(3+)-complexes for solid-state NMR spectroscopy.

J Biomol NMR. 2013 Dec 4;

Authors: Ullrich SJ, Hölper S, Glaubitz C

Abstract
A considerable limitation of NMR spectroscopy is its inherent low sensitivity. Approximately 90*% of the measuring time is used by the spin system to return to its Boltzmann equilibrium after excitation, which is determined by (1)H-T1 in cross-polarized solid-state NMR experiments. It has been shown that sample doping by paramagnetic relaxation agents such as Cu(2+)-EDTA accelerates this process considerably resulting in enhanced sensitivity. Here, we extend this concept to Gd(3+)-complexes. Their effect on (1)H-T1 has been assessed on the membrane protein proteorhodopsin, a 7TM light-driven proton pump. A comparison between Gd(3+)-DOTA, Gd(3+)-TTAHA, covalently attached Cu(2+)-EDTA-tags and Cu(2+)-EDTA reveals a 3.2-, 2.6-, 2.4- and 2-fold improved signal-to-noise ratio per unit time due to longitudinal paramagnetic relaxation enhancement. Furthermore, Gd(3+)-DOTA shows a remarkably high relaxivity, which is 77-times higher than that of Cu(2+)-EDTA. Therefore, an order of magnitude lower dopant concentration can be used. In addition, no line-broadening effects or peak shifts have been observed on proteorhodopsin in the presence of Gd(3+)-DOTA. These favourable properties make it very useful for solid-state NMR experiments on membrane proteins.


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