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Studies of Individual Carbon Sites of Hemoglobins in Solution by Natural Abundance Carbon 13 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Authors
Oldfield, E., Allerhand, A.
Assembly
hemoglobin A alpha chain
Entity
1. hemoglobin A alpha chain (polymer), 141 monomers, 15126.15 Da Detail

VLSPADKTNV KAAWGKVGAH AGEYGAEALE RMFLSFPTTK TYFPHFDLSH GSAQVKGHGK KVADALTNAV AHVDDMPNAL SALSDLHAHK LRVDPVNFKL LSHCLLVTLA AHLPAEFTPA VHASLDKFLA SVSTVLTSKY R


Formula weight
15126.15 Da
Source organism
Homo sapiens
Exptl. method
NMR
Data set
assigned_chemical_shifts
Chem. Shift Complete
Sequence coverage: 2.1 %, Completeness: 1.3 %, Completeness (bb): 1.9 % Detail

Polymer type: polypeptide(L)

Total13C
All 1.3 % (8 of 639) 1.3 % (8 of 639)
Backbone 1.9 % (8 of 416) 1.9 % (8 of 416)
Sidechain 0.8 % (3 of 357) 0.8 % (3 of 357)
Aromatic 0.0 % (0 of 72) 0.0 % (0 of 72)
Methyl 1.1 % (1 of 92) 1.1 % (1 of 92)

1. hemoglobin A alpha chain

VLSPADKTNV KAAWGKVGAH AGEYGAEALE RMFLSFPTTK TYFPHFDLSH GSAQVKGHGK KVADALTNAV AHVDDMPNAL SALSDLHAHK LRVDPVNFKL LSHCLLVTLA AHLPAEFTPA VHASLDKFLA SVSTVLTSKY R

Sample

Temperature 307 K, pH 7



Release date
1995-07-30
Citation
Studies of individual carbon sites of hemoglobins in solution by natural abundance carbon 13 nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
Oldfield, E., Allerhand, A.
J. Biol. Chem. (1975), 250, 6403-6407, PubMed 1158866 ,
Related entities 1. hemoglobin A alpha chain, : 1 : 100 : 1 : 6 : 100 entities Detail
Interaction partners 1. hemoglobin A alpha chain, : 30 interactors Detail
Experiments performed 1 experiments Detail