Combined chemical shift changes and amino acid specific chemical shift mapping of protein–protein interactions

@article{Schumann2007CombinedCS,
  title={Combined chemical shift changes and amino acid specific chemical shift mapping of protein–protein interactions},
  author={F. Schumann and H. Riepl and T. Maurer and W. Gronwald and K. Neidig and H. Kalbitzer},
  journal={Journal of Biomolecular NMR},
  year={2007},
  volume={39},
  pages={275-289}
}
Protein–protein interactions are often studied by chemical shift mapping using solution NMR spectroscopy. When heteronuclear data are available the interaction interface is usually predicted by combining the chemical shift changes of different nuclei to a single quantity, the combined chemical shift perturbation $$\Updelta \delta_{\rm comb}.$$ In this paper different procedures (published and non-published) to calculate $$\Updelta \delta_{\rm comb}$$ are examined that include a variety of… Expand
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