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Default Relaxation data in NMR structure determination: model calculations for the lysozyme-G

Relaxation data in NMR structure determination: model calculations for the lysozyme-Gd3+ complex.

Related Articles Relaxation data in NMR structure determination: model calculations for the lysozyme-Gd3+ complex.

Proteins. 1991;10(2):117-29

Authors: Sutcliffe MJ, Dobson CM

The effect of including paramagnetic relaxation data as additional restraints in the determination of protein tertiary structures from NMR data has been explored by a systematic series of model calculations. The system used for testing the method was the 2.0 A resolution tetragonal crystal structure of hen egg white lysozyme (129 amino acid residues) and structures were generated using a version of the hybrid "distance geometry-dynamic simulated annealing" procedure. A limited set of 769 NOEs was used as restraints in all the calculations; the strengths of these were categorized into three classes on the basis of distances observed in the crystal structure. The values of 50 phi angles were also restrained on the basis of amide-alpha coupling constants calculated from the X-ray structure. Five sets of 12 structures were determined using differing sets of paramagnetic relaxation data as restraints additional to those involving the NOE and coupling constant data. The paramagnetic relaxation data were modeled on the basis of the distances of defined protons from the crystallographic binding site of Gd3+ in lysozyme. Analysis of the results showed that the relaxation data significantly improved the correspondence between the set of generated structures and the crystal structure, and that the more well defined the relaxation data, the more significant the improvement in the quality of the structures. The results suggest that the inclusion of paramagnetic relaxation restraints could be of significant value for the experimental determination of protein structures from NMR data.

PMID: 1896425 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



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