|Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005) 127(13):4554-5|
|Northeast Structural Genomics Consortium|
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A suite of novel (5,3)D G2FT triple resonance NMR experiments encoding highly resolved 5D spectral information is presented for sequential resonance assignment of proteins exhibiting high chemical shift degeneracy. ...
Efficient resonance assignment is achieved by separate joint sampling of (i) chemical shifts which solely serve to provide increased resolution and (ii) shifts which also provide sequential connectivities. In these G2FT experiments, two G-matrix transformations are employed. Peaks are resolved along a first GFT dimension at both Omega(15N) + Omega(13C') and Omega(15N) - Omega(13C'), or at Omega(15N) + Omega(13Calpha) and Omega(15N) - Omega(13Calpha), to break backbone 15N,1HN chemical shift degeneracy. Sequential connectivities are established along a second GFT dimension by measuring intraresidue and sequential correlations at 2Omega(13Calpha), Omega(13Calpha + 13Cbeta), and Omega(13Calpha - 13Cbeta), or at Omega(13Calpha + 1Halpha) and Omega(13Calpha - 1Halpha), to resolve 13Calpha/beta,1Halpha chemical shift degeneracy. It is demonstrated that longitudinal proton relaxation optimization of out-and-back implementations suitable for deuterated proteins and nonlinear data sampling combined with maximum entropy reconstruction further accelerate G2FT NMR data acquisition speed. As a result, the spectral information can be obtained within hours, so that (5,3)D G2FT experiments are viable options for high-throughput structure determination in structural genomics. Applications are presented for 17 kDa alpha-helical protein YqbG and 13.5 kDa protein rps24e, targets of the Northeast Structural Genomics consortium, as well as for 9 kDa protein Z-domain. The high resolving power of the G2FT NMR experiments makes them attractive choices to study alpha-helical globular/membrane or (partially) unfolded proteins, thus promising to pave the way for NMR-based structural genomics of membrane proteins.
|chemistry methods |
|Protein Structure, Tertiary Protein Structure, Secondary Proteins Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Biomolecular Fourier Analysis |
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|J Am Chem Soc. 2005 Apr 6;127(13):4554-5.|