Nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum of lysine-vasopressin in aqueous solution and its structural implictions.

Abstract

The peaks in the proton NMR spectrum of lysine-vasopressin in aqueous solution at pH 3-5 were assigned to particular amino-acid residues by the use of the results of dilution studies and NH-C(alpha)H and C(alpha)H-C(beta)H decoupling experiments. The conformation of lysine-vasopressin in water differs from its conformation in dimethylsulfoxide. 

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@article{Dreele1972NuclearMR, title={Nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum of lysine-vasopressin in aqueous solution and its structural implictions.}, author={P H von Dreele and Aaron Brewster and Jiri Dadok and Harold A. Scheraga and Frank Bovey and Max Ferger and V du Vigneaud}, journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America}, year={1972}, volume={69 8}, pages={2169-73} }