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I had two problems like this one recently:

  • have protein (in solution) of known general structure
  • resonance assignments are not known


  • bound ligand strongly perturbs resonances which need re-assignment

Are there algorithmic approaches to (re-)assign resonances in such situation? Are there software packages that can help out?


asked Apr 21 '10 at 02:44

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Evgeny Fadeev

updated Apr 22 '10 at 00:29

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You can try MARS and PALES software for this task.


answered Apr 25 '10 at 01:17

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Aleksandr Yakimov

Thanks! Maybe its worthwhile to note that MARS and PALES use RDC together with known structure to solve the problem. - Evgeny Fadeev (Apr 25 '10 at 06:45)

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