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Default Structural studies of proteins by paramagnetic solid-state NMR spectroscopy.

Structural studies of proteins by paramagnetic solid-state NMR spectroscopy.

Structural studies of proteins by paramagnetic solid-state NMR spectroscopy.

J Magn Reson. 2015 Apr;253:50-9

Authors: Jaroniec CP

Abstract
Paramagnetism-based nuclear pseudocontact shifts and spin relaxation enhancements contain a wealth of information in solid-state NMR spectra about electron-nucleus distances on the ~20Å length scale, far beyond that normally probed through measurements of nuclear dipolar couplings. Such data are especially vital in the context of structural studies of proteins and other biological molecules that suffer from a sparse number of experimentally-accessible atomic distances constraining their three-dimensional fold or intermolecular interactions. This perspective provides a brief overview of the recent developments and applications of paramagnetic magic-angle spinning NMR to biological systems, with primary focus on the investigations of metalloproteins and natively diamagnetic proteins modified with covalent paramagnetic tags.


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