Spectral assignment and conformational analysis of cyclic peptides by carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance.

@article{Lyerla1972SpectralAA,
  title={Spectral assignment and conformational analysis of cyclic peptides by carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance.},
  author={James R. Lyerla and Murray H. Freedman},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1972},
  volume={247 24},
  pages={
          8183-92
        }
}
Abstract Tentative assignment for each carbon resonance in the natural abundance high resolution carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance Fourier transform spectrum at 25.2 MHz of the biologically active cyclic octapeptides, synthetic oxytocin (43 carbons) and lysine-vasopressin (46 carbons) and the cyclic dodecapeptide bacitracin (66 carbons) has been made using a number of different techniques. The 13C assignments of the constituent amino acids were used to investigate the conformation of these… Expand
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