Exclusively heteronuclear NMR experiments for the investigation of intrinsically disordered proteins: focusing on proline residues

Felli, Isabella C.; Bermel, Wolfgang; Pierattelli, Roberta

NMR represents a key spectroscopic technique that contributes to the emerging field of highly flexible, intrinsically disordered proteins (IDPs) or protein regions (IDRs) that lack a stable three-dimensional structure. A set of exclusively heteronuclear NMR experiments tailored for proline residues, highly abundant in IDPs/IDRs, are presented here. They provide a valuable complement to the widely used approach based on amide proton detection, filling the gap introduced by the lack of amide protons in proline residues within polypeptide chains. The novel experiments have very interesting properties for the investigations of IDPs/IDRs of increasing complexity.

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Felli, Isabella C. / Bermel, Wolfgang / Pierattelli, Roberta: Exclusively heteronuclear NMR experiments for the investigation of intrinsically disordered proteins: focusing on proline residues. 2021. Copernicus Publications.

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