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Default A Practical Implicit Solvent Potential for NMR Structure Calculation

A Practical Implicit Solvent Potential for NMR Structure Calculation

Publication date: Available online 2 April 2014
Source:Journal of Magnetic Resonance

Author(s): Ye Tian , Charles D. Schwieters , Stanley J. Opella , Francesca M. Marassi

The benefits of protein structure refinement in water are well documented. However, performing structure refinement with explicit atomic representation of the solvent molecules is computationally expensive and impractical for NMR-restrained structure calculations that start from completely extended polypeptide templates. Here we describe a new implicit solvation potential, EEFx (Effective Energy Function for XPLOR-NIH), for NMR-restrained structure calculations of proteins in XPLOR-NIH. The key components of EEFx are an energy term for solvation energy that works together with other nonbonded energy functions, and a dedicated force field for conformational and nonbonded protein interaction parameters. The initial results obtained with EEFx show that significant improvements in structural quality can be obtained. EEFx is computationally efficient and can be used both to fold and refine structures. Overall, EEFx improves the quality of protein conformation and nonbonded atomic interactions. Moreover, such benefits are accompanied by enhanced structural precision and enhanced structural accuracy, reflected in improved agreement with the cross-validated dipolar coupling data. Finally, implementation of EEFx calculations is straightforward and computationally efficient. Overall, EEFx provides a useful method for the practical calculation of experimental protein structures in a physically realistic environment.
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