Two-dimensional 1H NMR of gene 5 protein indicates that only two aromatic rings interact significantly with oligodeoxynucleotide bases.

Abstract

The interaction of gene 5 protein (G5P) with oligodeoxynucleotides is investigated by 1H NMR methods, principally two-dimensional nuclear Overhauser effect spectroscopy (NOESY). Aromatic resonances of G5P are specifically assigned from crystallographic data, while the low-field resonances of nucleotides are assigned with sequential or other procedures… (More)

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