Short-range, long-range and transition state interactions in the denatured state of ACBP from residual dipolar couplings.

@article{Fieber2004ShortrangeLA,
  title={Short-range, long-range and transition state interactions in the denatured state of ACBP from residual dipolar couplings.},
  author={Wolfgang Fieber and Sigridur Soley Kristjansdottir and Flemming M. Poulsen},
  journal={Journal of molecular biology},
  year={2004},
  volume={339 5},
  pages={
          1191-9
        }
}
Residual dipolar couplings in the denatured state of bovine acyl-coenzyme A binding protein (ACBP) oriented in strained polyacrylamide gels have been shown to be a sensitive, sequence-specific probe for residual secondary structure. Results supporting this were obtained by comparing residual dipolar couplings under different denaturing conditions. The data were analyzed using the program molecular fragment replacement (MFR), which demonstrated alpha-helix propensity in four isolated stretches… CONTINUE READING
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