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Volume 17 of Biological Magnetic Resonance (Structure Computation and Dynamics) 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 17 is devoted to topics on structure computational methods and protein dynamics. It covers advances in molecular modeling on the basis of spectroscopic or diffraction data, pulse sequences and computational methods for automated assignment and structure determination, structure calculation of symmetric oligomer proteins, structure refinement by hybrid-hybrid matrix method from 3D NOESY-NOESY data, conformational ensemble calculations, complete relaxation and conformational exchange matrix analysis of NOESY spectra of ligand-receptor complexes, and advances involving field-induced residual dipolar couplings in weakly aligned macromolecules, protein dynamics from 15N and 13C relaxation, and protein hydration from multinuclear relaxation dispersion and intermolecular water-solute NOEs.
Section I: Computational Methods. 1. Aspects of Modeling Biomolecular Structure on the Basis of Spectroscopic or Diffraction Data; W.F. van Gunsteren, et al. 2. Combined Automated Assignment of NMR Spectra and Calculation of Three-dimensional Protein Structures; Yuan Xu, et al. 3. NMR Pulse Sequences and Computational Approaches for Automated Analysis of Sequence-Specific Backbone Resonance Assignments of Proteins; G.T. Montelione, et al. 4. Calculation of Symmetric Oligomer Structures from NMR Data; S.I. O'Donoghue, M. Nilges. 5. Hybrid-Hybrid Matrix Method for 3D NOESY-NOESY Data Refinements; E.K. Gozansky, et al. 6. Conformational Ensemble Calculations: Analysis of Protein and Nucleic Acid NMR Data; A. Mujeeb, et al. 7. Complete Relaxation and Conformational Exchange Matrix (CORCEMA) Analysis of NOESY Spectra of Reversibly Forming Ligand-Receptor Complexes: Application to Transferred NOESY; N. Rama Krishna, H.N.B. Moseley. Section II: Structure and Dynamics. 8. Protein Structure and Dynamics from Field-Induced Residual Dipolar Couplings; J.H. Prestegard, et al. 9. Recent Developments in Studying the Dynamics of Protein Structures from 15N and 13C Relaxation Time Measurements; J. Engelke, H. Rüterjans. 10. Multinuclear Relaxation Dispersion Studies of Protein Hydration; B. Halle, et al. 11. Hydration Studies of Biological Macromolecules by Intermolecular Water-Solute NOEs; G. Otting. Contents of Previous Volumes. Index.
Posted June 19, 2013