DLAM-AβVproS-13CH3 kit has 13CH3 isotopomer precursors and contains protocol instructions for creation of isotopically-labeled proteins.
DLAM-AβVproS-13CH3 is an optimized kit to produce proteins with 13CH3 isotopomer on β-methyl alanine and valine residues. This kit has been tested with protein isotopic labeling in E. coli. It is used in 1H-13C methyl TROSY approach to study the interactions and dynamics in very large protein complexes. For protein-protein complexes spectral complexity is reduced using differentially labeled samples.
For detection of long-range nOes or for the NMR study of large proteins
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Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), 1764, 73-85 (2018-04-02)
In this chapter, we describe how NMR chemical shift titrations can be used to study the interaction between two proteins with emphasis on mapping the interface of the complex and determining the binding affinity from a quantitative analysis of the
Current opinion in structural biology, 35, 60-67 (2015-09-26)
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