13C NMR chemical shifts can predict disulfide bond formation.

@article{Sharma200013CNC,
  title={13C NMR chemical shifts can predict disulfide bond formation.},
  author={Dushyant Sharma and Krishna Rajarathnam},
  journal={Journal of biomolecular NMR},
  year={2000},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={
          165-71
        }
}
The presence of disulfide bonds can be detected unambiguously only by X-ray crystallography, and otherwise must be inferred by chemical methods. In this study we demonstrate that 13C NMR chemical shifts are diagnostic of disulfide bond formation, and can discriminate between cysteine in the reduced (free) and oxidized (disulfide bonded) state. A database of cysteine 13C C(alpha) and C(beta) chemical shifts was constructed from the BMRB and Sheffield databases, and published journals… CONTINUE READING
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