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Default Representing an ensemble of NMR-derived protein structures by a single structure.

Representing an ensemble of NMR-derived protein structures by a single structure.

Related Articles Representing an ensemble of NMR-derived protein structures by a single structure.

Protein Sci. 1993 Jun;2(6):936-44

Authors: Sutcliffe MJ

The usefulness of representing an ensemble of NMR-derived protein structures by a single structure has been investigated. Two stereochemical properties have been used to assess how a single structure relates to the ensemble from which it was derived, namely the distribution of phi psi torsion angles and the distribution of chi 1 torsion angles. The results show that the minimized average structure derived from the ensemble (a total of 11 ensembles from the Brookhaven Protein Data Bank were analyzed) does not always correspond well with this ensemble, particularly for those ensembles generated with a smaller number of experimentally derived restraints per residue. An alternative method that selects the member of the ensemble which is closest to the "average" of the ensemble has been investigated (a total of 23 ensembles from the Brookhaven Protein Data Bank were analyzed). Although this method selected a structure that on the whole corresponded more closely to the ensemble than did the minimized average structure, this is still not a totally reliable means of selecting a single structure to represent the ensemble. This suggests that it is advisable to study the ensemble as a whole. A study has also been made of the practice of selecting the "best" rather than the most representative member of the ensemble. This too suggests that the ensemble should be studied as a whole. A study of the conformational space occupied by the ensemble also suggests the need to consider the ensemble as a whole, particularly for those ensembles generated with a smaller number of experimentally derived restraints per residue.

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