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Nmr Methods for Elucidating Macromolecule-Ligand Interactions: An Approach to Drug Design

R. E. Handschumacher

Nmr Methods for Elucidating Macromolecule-Ligand Interactions: An Approach to Drug Design

Proceedings of the Fourth Biochemical Pharmacology Sympos

by R. E. Handschumacher

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Published by Pergamon .
Written in English


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ContributionsIan M. Armitage (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages175
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Open LibraryOL7312173M
ISBN 100080406742
ISBN 109780080406749

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Get this from a library. NMR methods for elucidating macromolecule-ligand interactions: an approach to drug design: proceedings of the Fourth Biochemical Pharmacology Symposium, New Haven, CT, July [Robert E Handschumacher; Ian M. NMR METHODS FOR ELUCIDATING MACROMOLECULE-LIGAND INTERACTIONS: AN APPROACH TO DRUG DESIGN 1/ Proceedings of the Fourth \Biochemical Pharmacology Symposium, New Haven, CT, July Editors: 0° R.

HANDSCHUMACHER Department of Pharmacology, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, U.S.A. ARMITAGE. 1. Biochem Pharmacol. Jul 1;40(1) NMR methods for elucidating macromolecule-ligand interactions: an approach to drug design.

Proceedings of the Fourth Biochemical Pharmacology Symposium. NMR methods for elucidating macromolecule-ligand interactions: an approach to drug design.

Proceedings of the Fourth Biochemical Pharmacology Symposium. New Haven, CT, July 1. Author(s): Welch,Arnold D; International Biochemical Pharmacology Symposium on "NMR Methods for Elucidating Macromolecule-Ligand Interactions: An Approach to Drug Design",( New Haven, Conn.) Title(s): NMR methods for elucidating macromolecule-ligand interactions: an approach to drug design: proceedings of the Fourth Biochemical Pharmacology Symposium held in.

Abstract. NMR spectroscopy has proved to be a useful technique for studying interactions between proteins and other molecules in solution. These interactions are important in many molecular recognition processes in biology, typical examples being found in complexes of enzymes with substrates and inhibitors, of drugs with their receptors and of transcription factors with DNA duplexes.

The quality of structures obtainable using NMR spectroscopic methods is comparable with those derived from X-ray crystallography but, in addition, NMR offers the possibility of obtaining quantitative information on molecular flexibility.

M., eds. () NMR Methods for Elucidating Macromolecule-Ligand Interactions: An Approach to Drug. This is discussed in the context of traditional 3D-structure–based approaches and a host of 2D-NMR approaches designed to characterize the conformational ensemble via a combination of uniformly labeled amino acids and 1D F NMR studies.

Finally, we discuss prospects for drug discovery of GPCRs by focusing on NMR studies of potential ligands. Dear Colleagues, NMR spectroscopy has been widely applied in the early stages of drug discovery. It is especially suited to the structure-based approach in lead design strategies, as it is the most powerful method for studies of structure, dynamics, and the interaction of molecules in solution.

Armitage (Eds.), NMR Methods for Elucidating MacromoleculeLigand Interactions: An Approach to Drug Design, Pergamon Press, Oxford,p. a) NMR in drug design, Ed. Craik, CRC Press, New York (); b) NMR methods for elucidating macromolecule-ligand interactions: an approach to drug design, Eds.

Handschumacher, I. Armitage, Proceedings of the fourth biochemical pharmacology symposium, New Haven, CT, July (); c) B. Stockman: NMR spectroscopy as a tool for. NMR methods for elucidating macromolecule-ligand interactions: an approach to drug design: proceedings of the Fourth Biochemical Pharmacology Symposium, New.

A novel NMR method is demonstrated for the investigation of protein ligand interactions. In this approach an adiabatic fast passage pulse, i.e. a long, weak pulse with a linear frequency sweep, is.

The chapter also highlights the utility of enthalpy as a probe for binding in fragment‐based drug discovery programs and for understanding complex interactions. The thermodynamic parameters (enthalpy and entropy) may be estimated using indirect methods, which make use of the temperature dependence of the binding affinity, by employing the van.

This chapter provides an overview of the main techniques used in computational drug design with two principal approaches: (1) ligand-based drug design and (2) structure-based drug design. Read. As we discussed, more efficient drug design now requires the development of computer programs to cope with flexibility of ligands and proteins, and accurate ways of scoring interactions.

Membrane proteins have so far been largely ignored in structure-based drug design processes since so few structures of membrane proteins are known.

NMR Methods for Elucidating Macromolecule-Ligand Interactions: An Approach to Drug Design / Robert E. Handschumacher (Editor) / Gastrointestinal Radiology: A Concise Text / Branko M. Plavsic / Programmed Mathematics for Nurses / George I. Sackheim / NMR. NMR spectroscopy is a well-known technique for studying intermolecular interactions.

Protein-ligand complexes are studied using the so-called protein-observed and ligand-observed NMR approaches, in which the NMR parameters of the free and bound molecules are compared (Goldflam et al., ; Cala et al., ; Becker et al., ).

Biophysical Methods. Protein interactions are identified through different biochemical, physical, and genetic methods ().Historically, the main source of knowledge about protein interactions has come from biophysical methods, particularly from those based on structural information (e.g.

X-ray crystallography, NMR spectroscopy, fluorescence, atomic force microscopy). Changes in the molecular structure and association of milk proteins lead to many desirable (under controlled conditions) or undesirable characteristics of dairy products. Several methods have been used to study the structure of milk proteins and changes therein in different environments.

Whey proteins are an excellent model for secondary structure studies using circular dichroism (CD), Fourier. Drug design by the method of receptor fit. J. Med. Chem. Goodford, P. J. A computational procedure for determ~n~ng energeti- cally favored binding sites.

STRUCTURE BASED DRUG DESIGN Structure based drug design (direct drug design) relies on knowledge of the three dimensional structure of biological target obtained through methods such as X- crystallography or NMR Spectroscopy.

If an experimental structure of a target is not available, it may be possible to create a homology model Of the target.His research interests are focused on the development and application of computational methods in drug design. Inhe was awarded the Farmindustria Prize for Pharmaceutical Research.

Paolo Carloni obtained his Ph.D. at the University of Firenze (Italy) under the supervision of Michele Parrinello, Lucia Banci, and Pierluigi Orioli in