By Christopher Jones, Barbara Mulloy, Adrian H. Thomas
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Heteronuclear couplings transmitted over more than one bond). Figure 8 shows the three main types of close contact, d,,, d,,, and dpN, that lead to sequential NOE crosspeaks from NH protons in a NOESY spectrum. Connectivttles from NH signals are generally the most useful, because they are the most abundant and suffer the least from spectral overlap. Of course, a priori one does not know whether a given interresidue crosspeak necessarily represents a sequential connectivity; in fact, the existence of nonsequential interresrdue crosspeaks is vital to the later determination of the three-dimensional fold.
In much the same way, a regular P-sheet often shows: 1. Strong sequential daNconnectlvitles; 2. Relatively weak d,, connectlvltles; and 3. Large J (NH, PH) coupling constants Further evidence can sometimes be found from cross-strand NOE connectivities (although of course these represent tertiary structural information). Characterization of turns, other than in the simplest case of a tight turn linking two strands of antiparallel P-sheet, is in general more difficult and often emerges only during the calculation of the overall structure.
These resonances are often relatively sharp and in an uncrowded region of the spectrum (in D20), facilitating their observation. In addition, their chemical shifts are pH dependent, reflecting the ionization of the side chain imidazole function, and this permits their pK, values to be determined. This can provide mechanistically important information about the ionization statesof specific histidines in the active site of an enzyme, for example. Conveniently observed resonances such as these can also be employed as more general probes for detecting conformational change in proteins-for example, Fig.
Spectroscopic Methods and Analyses: NMR, Mass Spectrometry, and Metalloprotein Techniques (Methods in Molecular Biology) by Christopher Jones, Barbara Mulloy, Adrian H. Thomas