Strategies for measurements of pseudocontact shifts in protein NMR spectroscopy
Paramagnetic metal ions bound to proteins generate a dipolar field that can be accurately probed by pseudocontact shifts (PCS) displayed by the protein's nuclear spins. PCS are highly useful for determining the coordinates of individual spins in the molecule and for rapid structure determinations of entire protein-protein and protein-ligand complexes. However, PCS measurements require reliable resonance assignments for the molecule in its paramagnetic state and in a diamagnetic reference state....[Show more]
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