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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 beta chain
Entity
1. hemoglobin A beta chain (polymer), 146 monomers, 15867.00 Da Detail

VHLTPEEKSA VTALWGKVNV DEVGGEALGR LLVVYPWTQR FFESFGDLST PDAVMGNPKV KAHGKKVLGA FSDGLAHLDN LKGTFATLSE LHCDKLHVDP ENFRLLGNVL VCVLAHHFGK EFTPPVQAAY QKVVAGVANA LAHKYH


Formula weight
15867.0 Da
Source organism
Homo sapiens
Exptl. method
NMR
Data set
assigned_chemical_shifts
Chem. Shift Complete
Sequence coverage: 0.7 %, Completeness: 0.4 %, Completeness (bb): 0.7 % Detail

Polymer type: polypeptide(L)

Total13C
All 0.4 % (3 of 668) 0.4 % (3 of 668)
Backbone 0.7 % (3 of 425) 0.7 % (3 of 425)
Sidechain 0.3 % (1 of 376) 0.3 % (1 of 376)
Aromatic 0.0 % (0 of 80) 0.0 % (0 of 80)
Methyl 0.0 % (0 of 94) 0.0 % (0 of 94)

1. hemoglobin A beta chain

VHLTPEEKSA VTALWGKVNV DEVGGEALGR LLVVYPWTQR FFESFGDLST PDAVMGNPKV KAHGKKVLGA FSDGLAHLDN LKGTFATLSE LHCDKLHVDP ENFRLLGNVL VCVLAHHFGK EFTPPVQAAY QKVVAGVANA LAHKYH

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 beta chain, : 1 : 102 : 1 : 6 : 98 entities Detail
Interaction partners 1. hemoglobin A beta chain, : 11 interactors Detail
Experiments performed 1 experiments Detail