SOLUTION NMR Experimental Data


Experimental Details
Sample Conditions
Sample Contents1.5mM VC0424_delta16c, U-15N, 13C, Tris, pH 7.2
Solvent90% H2O, 10% D2O
Ionic Strength20mM Tris HCl, 500mM NaCl
pH7.8
Pressureambient
Temperature (K)293
Experiment(s):3D_15N-separated_NOESY, 3D_13C-separated_NOESY, HNHA
Spectrometer Information
Manufacturer Model Field Strength
Varian UNITY 600.0
Varian INOVA 600.0
Varian INOVA 750.0
Varian INOVA 800.0
NMR Refinement
Method distance geometry and simulated annealing
Details THE STRUCTURES ARE BASED ON A TOTAL OF 1263 RESTRAINTS. SUMMARY OF EXPERIMENTAL CONSTRAINTS: DISTANCE CONSTRAINTS: TOTAL = 1030; INTRA-RESIDUE [I=J] = 5; SEQUENTIAL [(I-J)=1] = 250; MEDIUM RANGE [1<(I-J)<5] = 329; LONG RANGE [(I-J)>=5] = 446; HYDROGEN BOND CONSTRAINTS = 116 (2 PER H-BOND); NUMBER OF DISTANCE CONSTRAINTS PER RESIDUE = 9.0; DIHEDRAL-ANGLE CONSTRAINTS = 117 (44 PHI, 62 PSI, 11 CHI1); TOTAL NUMBER OF CONSTRAINTS PER RESIDUE = 11.0 (RESIDES 9-124); NUMBER OF LONG RANGE CONSTRAINTS PER RESIDUE = 3.9; NUMBER OF STRUCTURES COMPUTED = 20; NUMBER OF STRUCTURES USED = 20. AVERAGE DISTANCE VIOLATIONS >0.001 ANG = 27.7; AVERAGE R.M.S. DISTANCE VIOLATION = 0.002 ANG; MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DISTANCE VIOLATIONS 36. AVERAGE DIHEDRAL ANGLE VIOLATIONS: >0.001 DEG = 2.0; MAX NUMBER OF DIHEDRAL ANGLE VIOLATIONS = 4 DEG; AVERAGE R.M.S. ANGLE VIOLATION = 0.03 DEG. RMSD VALUES: BACKBONE ATOMS (N,C,C',O) = 0.51 ANG; ALL HEAVY ATOMS = 1.03 ANG; PROCHECK: MOST FAVORED REGIONS = 82%; ADDITIONAL ALLOWED REGIONS = 16%; GENEROUSLY ALLOWED REGIONS = 1%; DISALLOWED REGIONS = 1%.
NMR Ensemble Information
Conformer Selection Criteria all calculated structures submitted
Conformers Calculated Total Number 20
Conformers Submitted Total Number 20
Representative Model Choice Rationale
1 lowest energy
Computation: NMR Software
# Classification Software Name Author
1 refinement X-PLOR NIH-2.0.4 Schwieters, Kuszewski, Tjandra, Clore
2 data analysis Sparky 3.98 Goddard, Kneller
3 collection VNMR 6.1C Varian
4 processing FELIX 98 MSI
5 structure solution X-PLOR NIH-2.0.4 Schwieters, Kuszewski, Tjandra, Clore