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Default Validation of NMR side-chain conformations by packing calculations.

Validation of NMR side-chain conformations by packing calculations.

Related Articles Validation of NMR side-chain conformations by packing calculations.

Proteins. 1999 May 1;35(2):184-94

Authors: Chung SY, Subbiah S

The precision and accuracy of protein structures determined by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy depend on the completeness of input experimental data set. Typically, rather than a single structure, an ensemble of up to 20 equally representative conformers is generated and routinely deposited in the Protein Database. There are substantially more experimentally derived restraints available to define the main-chain coordinates than those of the side chains. Consequently, the side-chain conformations among the conformers are more variable and less well defined than those of the backbone. Even when a side chain is determined with high precision and is found to adopt very similar orientations among all the conformers in the ensemble, it is possible that its orientation might still be incorrect. Thus, it would be helpful if there were a method to assess independently the side-chain orientations determined by NMR. Recently, homology modeling by side-chain packing algorithms has been shown to be successful in predicting the side-chain conformations of the buried residues for a protein when the main-chain coordinates and sequence information are given. Since the main-chain coordinates determined by NMR are consistently more reliable than those of the side-chains, we have applied the side-chain packing algorithms to predict side-chain conformations that are compatible with the NMR-derived backbone. Using four test cases where the NMR solution structures and the X-ray crystal structure of the same protein are available, we demonstrate that the side-chain packing method can provide independent validation for the side-chain conformations of NMR structures. Comparison of the side-chain conformations derived by side-chain packing prediction and by NMR spectroscopy demonstrates that when there is agreement between the NMR model and the predicted model, on average 78% of the time the X-ray structure also concurs. While the side-chain packing method can confirm the reliable residue conformations in NMR models, more importantly, it can also identify the questionable residue conformations with an accuracy of 60%. This validation method can serve to increase the confidence level for potential users of structural models determined by NMR.

PMID: 10223291 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



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