SOLUTION NMR Experimental Data


Experimental Details
Sample Conditions
Sample Contents1-2mM HCV IRES domain IIb RNA 10mM phosphate buffer
Solvent96% D2O, 4% H2O
Ionic Strength10mM posphate buffer
pH6.40
Pressureambient
Temperature (K)288
Experiment(s):2D S-NOESY
Sample Contents1-2mM HCV IRES domain IIb RNA 10mM phosphate buffer
Solvent100% D2O
Ionic Strength10mM posphate buffer
pH6.40
Pressureambient
Temperature (K)298
Experiment(s):2D NOESY, DQF-COSY, 2D HP-COSY
Sample Contents1-2mM HCV IRES domain IIb RNA U-15N,13C 10mM phosphate buffer
Solvent96% D2O, 4% H2O
Ionic Strength10mM posphate buffer
pH6.40
Pressureambient
Temperature (K)298
Experiment(s):3D HMQC TOCSY
Sample Contents1-2mM HCV IRES domain IIb RNA U-15N,13C 10mM phosphate buffer
Solvent100% D2O
Ionic Strength10mM posphate buffer
pH6.40
Pressureambient
Temperature (K)298
Experiment(s):3D_13C-separated_NOESY, 3D HCP
Spectrometer Information
Manufacturer Model Field Strength
Varian INOVA 800.0
Varian INOVA 500.0
NMR Refinement
Method see reference above
Details see reference above
NMR Ensemble Information
Conformer Selection Criteria lowest restraint violation and total energy
Conformers Calculated Total Number 100
Conformers Submitted Total Number 20
Representative Model Choice Rationale
1 minimized average structure
Additional NMR Experimental Information
1 The structure was solved using triple resonance, multidimensional NMR spectroscopy and TROSY-type experiments to measure residual dipolar couplings
Computation: NMR Software
# Classification Software Name Author
1 refinement PALES 1 Zweckstetter, M. & Bax, A.
2 refinement CNS 1.1 Brunger, A.T.
3 refinement X-PLOR 3.1 Brunger, A.T.
4 data analysis SPARKY 3 Goddard, T.D. & Kneller D.G.
5 processing VNMR 6.1C Varian