This reference represents the most comprehensive and up-to-date collection of biological NMR literature. NMR of Proteins highlights recent advances in the field both with respect to methodology and applications. Four chapters deal with structure determinations of soluble proteins, including approaches for larger proteins, protein modules, and protein-ligand complexes. Other topics include structural studies on membrane proteins, NMR methodology, the investigation of dynamic properties, and protein folding studies. Contributors to this important volume are internationally known experts in their respective fields.
Table of Contents
Determination of Structures of Larger Proteins in Solution by Three- and Four-Dimensional Heteronuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (G.M. Clore and A.M. Gronenborn). Methodological Advances in Protein NMR (A. Bax and S. Grzesiek). Determination of High Resolution NMR Structures of Proteins (D.A. Case and P.E. Wright). Multidimensional NMR Studies of Immunosuppressant/Immunophilin Complexes (S.W. Fesik and P. Neri). NMR Studies of the Structure and Role of Modules Involved in Protein-Protein Interactions (I.D. Campbell and P.C. Driscoll). NMR Structural Studies of Membrane Proteins (S.J. Opella and P.A. McDonnell). Heteronuclear NMR Studies of the Molecular Dynamics of Staphylococcal Nuclease (D.A. Torchia, L.K. Nicholson, and H.B.R. Cole). Study of Protein Dynamics by NMR (G. Wagner, S. Hyberts, and J.W. Peng). The Folding, Stability, and Dynamics of T4 Lysozyme: A Perspective Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (D.E. Anderson, J. Lu, L. McIntosh, and F.W. Dahlquist).