|Protein Science (2003) 12(6):1232-46|
|Northeast Structural Genomics Consortium|
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Determination of precise and accurate protein structures by NMR generally requires weeks or even months to acquire and interpret all the necessary NMR data. ...
However, even medium-accuracy fold information can often provide key clues about protein evolution and biochemical function(s). In this article we describe a largely automatic strategy for rapid determination of medium-accuracy protein backbone structures. Our strategy derives from ideas originally introduced by other groups for determining medium-accuracy NMR structures of large proteins using deuterated, (13)C-, (15)N-enriched protein samples with selective protonation of side-chain methyl groups ((13)CH(3)). Data collection includes acquiring NMR spectra for automatically determining assignments of backbone and side-chain (15)N, H(N) resonances, and side-chain (13)CH(3) methyl resonances. These assignments are determined automatically by the program AutoAssign using backbone triple resonance NMR data, together with Spin System Type Assignment Constraints (STACs) derived from side-chain triple-resonance experiments. The program AutoStructure then derives conformational constraints using these chemical shifts, amide (1)H/(2)H exchange, nuclear Overhauser effect spectroscopy (NOESY), and residual dipolar coupling data. The total time required for collecting such NMR data can potentially be as short as a few days. Here we demonstrate an integrated set of NMR software which can process these NMR spectra, carry out resonance assignments, interpret NOESY data, and generate medium-accuracy structures within a few days. The feasibility of this combined data collection and analysis strategy starting from raw NMR time domain data was illustrated by automatic analysis of a medium accuracy structure of the Z domain of Staphylococcal protein A.
|chemistry methods |
|Models, Molecular Molecular Sequence Data Staphylococcal Protein A Time Factors Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy Protein Folding Amino Acid Sequence Genomics Proteins Algorithms Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Biomolecular |
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Rapid Automated NMR Structure Analysis
Rapid automated NMR structure analysis
|Protein Sci. 2003 Jun;12(6):1232-46.|