Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of high-molecular-weight proteins.

  title={Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of high-molecular-weight proteins.},
  author={Vitali Tugarinov and Peter M. Hwang and Lewis E. Kay},
  journal={Annual review of biochemistry},
Recent developments in NMR spectroscopy, which include new experiments that increase the lifetimes of NMR signals or that precisely define the orientation of internuclear bond vectors with respect to a common molecular frame, have significantly increased the size of proteins for which quantitative structural and dynamic information can be obtained. These experiments have, in turn, benefited from new labeling strategies that continue to drive the field. The utility of the new methodology is… CONTINUE READING


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