Competing transfer pathways in direct and indirect dynamic nuclear polarization magic anglespinning nuclear magnetic resonance experiments on HIV-1 capsid assemblies: implications for sensitivity and resolution

Sergeyev, Ivan V.; Quinn, Caitlin M.; Struppe, Jochem; Gronenborn, Angela M.; Polenova, Tatyana

Dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP)-enhanced magic angle spinning (MAS) nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) of biological systems is a rapidly growing field. Large signal enhancements make the technique particularly attractive for signal-limited cases, such as studies of complex biological assemblies or at natural isotopic abundance. However, spectral resolution is considerably reduced compared to ambient-temperature non-DNP spectra. Herein, we report a systematic investigation into sensitivity and resolution of 1D and 2D inline-formula13C-detected DNP MAS NMR experiments on HIV-1 CA capsid protein tubular assemblies. We show that the magnitude and sign of signal enhancement as well as the homogeneous line width are strongly dependent on the biradical concentration, the dominant polarization transfer pathway, and the enhancement buildup time. Our findings provide guidance for optimal choice of sample preparation and experimental conditions in DNP experiments.

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Sergeyev, Ivan V. / Quinn, Caitlin M. / Struppe, Jochem / et al: Competing transfer pathways in direct and indirect dynamic nuclear polarization magic anglespinning nuclear magnetic resonance experiments on HIV-1 capsid assemblies: implications for sensitivity and resolution. 2021. Copernicus Publications.

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