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Default On the relationship between NMR-derived amide order parameters and protein backbone entropy changes.

On the relationship between NMR-derived amide order parameters and protein backbone entropy changes.

Related Articles On the relationship between NMR-derived amide order parameters and protein backbone entropy changes.

Proteins. 2015 Mar 4;

Authors: Sharp KA, O'Brien E, Kasinath V, Wand AJ

Abstract
Molecular dynamics simulations are used to analyze the relationship between NMR-derived squared generalized order parameters of amide NH groups and backbone entropy. Amide order parameters (O(2) NH ) are largely determined by the secondary structure and average values appear unrelated to the overall flexibility of the protein. However, analysis of the more flexible subset (O(2) NH < 0.8) shows that these report both on the local flexibility of the protein and on a different component of the conformational entropy than that reported by the side chain methyl axis order parameters, O(2) axis . A calibration curve for backbone entropy vs. O(2) NH is developed which accounts for both correlations between amide group motions of different residues, and correlations between backbone and side chain motions. This calibration curve can be used with experimental values of O(2) NH changes obtained by NMR relaxation measurements to extract backbone entropy changes, e.g. upon ligand binding. In conjunction with our previous calibration for side chain entropy derived from measured O(2) axis values this provides a prescription for determination of the total protein conformational entropy changes from NMR relaxation measurements. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.


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