Three-dimensional protein fold determination from backbone amide pseudocontact shifts generated by lanthanide tags at multiple sites
Site-specific attachment of paramagnetic lanthanide ions to a protein generates pseudocontact shifts (PCS) in the nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra of the protein that are easily measured as changes in chemical shifts. By labeling the protein with
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