Volume 16 of Biological Magnetic Resonance ( Modern Techniques in Protein NMR ) represents significant advances in the biomolecular NMR field, with emphasis on developments during the recent years. This book brings together some of the world's foremost experts who have provided broad leadership in advancing the field. Volume 16 is devoted to topics on biomacromolecules and pulse methods. It covers advances in the study of large proteins and protein complexes, methods involving perdeuterated large proteins, membrane proteins, advances in pulse schemes for spin decoupling and for the measurement of coupling constants and torsion angle constraints including cross-correlated relaxation spectroscopy.
Preface. Section I: Large Proteins, Complexes, and Membrane Proteins. 1. Determining Structures of Large Proteins and protein Complexes by NMR; G.M. Clore, A.M. Gronenborn. 2. Multidimensional 2H-Based NMR Methods for Resonance Assignment, Structure Determination, and the Study of Protein Dynamics; K.H. Gardner, L.E. Kay. 3. NMR of Perdeuterated Large Proteins; B.T. Farmer II, R.A. Venters. 4. Recent Developments in Multidimensional NMR Methods for Structural Studies of Membrane Proteins; F.M. Marassi, J.J. Gesell, S.J. Opella. Section II: Pulse Methods. 5. Homonuclear Decoupling in Proteins; E. Kupce, H. Matsuo, G. Wagner. 6. Pulse Sequences for Measuring Coupling Constants; G.W. Vuister, M. Tessari, Y. Karimi-Nejad, B. Whitehead. 7. Methods for the Determination of Torsion Angle Restraints in Biomacromolecules; C. Griesinger, H. Hennig, J.P. Marino, B. Reif, C. Richter, H. Schwalbe. Contents of Previous Volumes. Index.
Series: Biological Magnetic Resonance : Book 16
Number Of Pages: 387
Published: April 1999
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5
Weight (kg): 0.82