CHEM5620 Module 3 Lesson 2Protein Structure Determination: NMR Spectroscopy

CHEM5620 Module 3 Lesson 2Protein Structure Determination: NMR Spectroscopy

CHEM5620 Module 3 Lesson 2
Protein Structure Determination:
NMR SpectroscopyTopic Map
Topic 1: The theory of NMR
Topic 2: NMR signal parameters
Topic 3: The instrumentation of NMR
Topic 4: The assignment problem and 2D NMR
Topic 5: 2D heteronuclear NMR spectroscopyBefore you begin: In this lesson:
By the end of this lesson, you should be
able to:
Introduction
• Complete Lesson 1
• Review learning objectives
In this lesson, you will review nuclear
magnetic resonance (NMR)
spectroscopy as a physical of
determining the three-dimensional
structure of proteins.
• Describe the origins of NMR spectroscopy for
use in studying protein structure.
• Illustrate the theoretical basis for the use of
NMR spectroscopy to study protein structure.
• Provide examples of the use of NMR
spectroscopy in modern structural biology
applications.

CHEM5620 Module 3 Lesson 2Protein Structure Determination: NMR Spectroscopy