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Rotational Diffusion Anisotropy of Human Ubiquitin from 15N NMR Relaxation
Authors
Tjandra, N., Feller, S.E., Pastor, R.W., Bax, A.
Assembly
Ubiquitin
Entity
1. Ubiquitin (polymer, Thiol state: not present), 76 monomers, 8564.731 Da Detail

MQIFVKTLTG KTITLEVEPS DTIENVKAKI QDKEGIPPDQ QRLIFAGKQL EDGRTLSDYN IQKESTLHLV LRLRGG


Formula weight
8564.731 Da
Source organism
Homo sapiens
Exptl. method
NMR
Data set
order_parameters, heteronucl_T1_relaxation, heteronucl_T2_relaxation, heteronucl_NOEs
Heteronucl. T1
136 T1 values in 2 lists
Coherence Sz, Field strength (1H) 600 MHz, Temperature 300 (±0) K, pH 4.7 (±0) Detail
Heteronucl. T2
136 T2 values in 2 lists
Coherence S(+,-), Field strength (1H) 600 MHz, Temperature 300 (±0) K, pH 4.7 (±0) Detail
Heteronucl. NOE
136 NOE values in 2 lists
Value type relative intensities, Field strength (1H) 600 MHz, Temperature 300 (±0) K, pH 4.7 (±0) Detail
Heteronucl. T1/T2
136 T1/T2 values in 2 lists
Field strength (1H) 600 MHz, Temperature 300 (±0) K, pH 4.7 (±0) Detail
Order parameters
126 S2 values in 2 lists
Temperature 300 (±0) K, pH 4.7 (±0) Detail
Release date
2005-06-11
Citation
Rotational Diffusion Anisotropy of Human Ubiquitin from 15N NMR Relaxation
Tjandra, N., Feller, S.E., Pastor, R.W., Bax, A.
J. Am. Chem. Soc. (1995), 117, 12562-12566, DOI 10.1021/ja00155a020
Related entities 1. Ubiquitin, : 1 : 200 : 5 : 25 : 140 entities Detail
Interaction partners 1. Ubiquitin, : 27 interactors Detail
Experiments performed 1 experiments Detail