SOLUTION NMR Experimental Data


Experimental Details
Sample Conditions
Sample ContentsH2O AND D2O
Solventn/a
Ionic StrengthCA. 0
pH7.5
PressureNO
Temperature (K)293
Experiment(s):NMR EXPERIMENTS FOR THE ASSIGNMENTS AND STRUCTURE CALCULATIONS : HNCACB, 3D 15N/13C SIMULTANEOUSLY EDITED NOESY, 4D 15N/13C-EDITED NOESY, 4D 13C/13C-EDITED NOESY., HNCA, CBCA(CO)HN, HN(CO)CA, HCCH-TOCSY, HNHA, 3D 15N-EDITED NOESY AND TOCSY, 2D NOESY AND TOCSY, 3D 13C-EDITED NOESY
Spectrometer Information
Manufacturer Model Field Strength
Bruker DRX800 800.0
Bruker DMX600 600.0
NMR Refinement
Method simulated annealing
Details THE 18 STRUCTURES WERE SUPERIMPOSED IN ORDER TO HAVE BEST FITTING FOR THE BACKBONE ATOMS (N, CA, C) OF RESIDUES 14-134. THE EXPERIMENTAL RESTRAINTS ARE PRESENTED IN ENTRY 1INK.MR. RESIDUES 1-13 AND 135-156 ARE POORLY DEFINED BY THE EXPERIMENTAL DATA. THUS, NO MEANING SHOULD BE GIVEN TO THOSE RESIDUES' COORDINATES.
NMR Ensemble Information
Conformer Selection Criteria CLOSEST TO MEAN STRUCTURE WHICH SHOWS GOOD AGREEMENT WITH THE CONSTRAINTS. NONE OF THE CONSTRAINTS SHOW NOE VIOLATION BIGGER THAN 0.5 A AND DIHEDRAL ANGLE VIOLATION BIGGER THAN 5 DEGREE.
Conformers Calculated Total Number 90
Conformers Submitted Total Number 18
Additional NMR Experimental Information
1 THE SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF THE TUMOR SUPPRESSOR P16INK4A HAS BEEN DETERMINED BY MULTI-DIMENSIONAL HERERONUCLEAR NMR. THE STRUCTURES WERE CALCULATED USING THE SIMULATED ANNEALING PROTOCOL OF NILGES ET AL. (1988) FEBS LETT. 229, 129-136 USING THE PROGRAM X-PLOR 3.1 (BRUNGER). THE CALCULATION IS BASED ON 1437 EXPERIMENTAL NMR RESTRAINTS (1370 DISTANCE AND 67 TORSION ANGLE RESTRAINTS).
Computation: NMR Software
# Classification Software Name Author
1 structure solution X-PLOR --
2 refinement X-PLOR --