he structure of folic acid in solution was investigated by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and theoretical calculations. Dynamical information and geometrical constraints were obtained by carbon-13 relaxation study, homo-nuclear NOESY spectra and hetero-nuclear 1H–13C NOE experiments. This set of experimental data was used for the molecular mechanics and molecular dynamic calculations. The accuracy of the final structure was established by the RNMR factor, which was calculated comparing the experimental NOESY cross-peaks intensities and the corresponding values simulated by using the complete relaxation matrix analysis (CORMA) approach

Bonechi, C., Donati, A., Lampariello, L.R., Rossi, C., Picchi, M.P., M., R., et al. (2004). Solution structure of folic acid. Molecular Mechanics and NMR investigation. SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA. PART A, MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY, 60(7), 1411-1419.

Solution structure of folic acid. Molecular Mechanics and NMR investigation

BONECHI, CLAUDIA;DONATI, ALESSANDRO;LAMPARIELLO, LUCIA RAFFAELLA;ROSSI, CLAUDIO;PICCHI, MARIA PIA;
2004

Abstract

he structure of folic acid in solution was investigated by nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and theoretical calculations. Dynamical information and geometrical constraints were obtained by carbon-13 relaxation study, homo-nuclear NOESY spectra and hetero-nuclear 1H–13C NOE experiments. This set of experimental data was used for the molecular mechanics and molecular dynamic calculations. The accuracy of the final structure was established by the RNMR factor, which was calculated comparing the experimental NOESY cross-peaks intensities and the corresponding values simulated by using the complete relaxation matrix analysis (CORMA) approach
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