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CASA: An Efficient Automated Assignment of Protein Mainchain NMR Data Using an Ordered Tree Search Algorithm
Rapid analysis of protein structure, interaction, and dynamics requires fast and automated assignments of 3D protein backbone triple-resonance NMR spectra. We introduce a new depth-first ordered treeExpand
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Dynamics of lysine side-chain amino groups in a protein studied by heteronuclear 1H−15N NMR spectroscopy.
Despite their importance in macromolecular interactions and functions, the dynamics of lysine side-chain amino groups in proteins are not well understood. In this study, we have developed theExpand
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Changes in calmodulin main-chain dynamics upon ligand binding revealed by cross-correlated NMR relaxation measurements.
The fast dynamics of protein backbones are often investigated by nuclear magnetic relaxation experiments that report on the degree of spatial restriction of the amide bond vector. By comparingExpand
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Signature of mobile hydrogen bonding of lysine side chains from long-range 15N-13C scalar J-couplings and computation.
Amino acid side chains involved in hydrogen bonds and electrostatic interactions are crucial for protein function. However, detailed investigations of such side chains in solution are rare. Here,Expand
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Quantifying Lipari–Szabo modelfree parameters from 13CO NMR relaxation experiments
It is proposed to obtain effective Lipari–Szabo order parameters and local correlation times for relaxation vectors of protein 13CO nuclei by carrying out a 13CO-R1 auto relaxation experiment, aExpand
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Temperature dependence of anisotropic protein backbone dynamics.
The measurement of (15)N NMR spin relaxation, which reports the (15)N-(1)H vector reorientational dynamics, is a widely used experimental method to assess the motion of the protein backbone. Here, weExpand
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Effects of microbial community variation on bio-clogging in drip irrigation emitters using reclaimed water
Drip irrigation emitter clogging is one of the key barriers to the development and application of reclaimed water drip irrigation technology. Reclaimed water typically contains large amounts ofExpand
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Nitrogen and phosphate adsorption on biofilms in reclaimed water
Biofilms, abundantly attached on the surfaces of multiple media (such as pebbles and aquatic plants) in rivers or lakes reusing reclaimed water (RW), are of great significance to contaminants’Expand
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Biofilm growth kinetics and nutrient (N/P) adsorption in an urban lake using reclaimed water: A quantitative baseline for ecological health assessment
Abstract Reclaimed wastewater reuse represents an effective method for partial resolution of increasing urban water shortages; however, reclaimed water may be characterized by significant contaminantExpand
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