Help with CD data analysis.

gc genecutl at mendel.berkeley.edu
Mon Sep 11 13:20:53 EST 1995


In article <43159f$rod at news.ox.ac.uk>, njh at mail.nerc-oxford.ac.uk wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> I have just made my first tentative steps into the world of circular
dichroism and I am now 
> looking for any information on interpreting those squiggly lines!! Does
anyone know of any 
> article or review or basic introduction to the interpretation of CD
data? What are the 
> significant wavelengths for both proteins and RNA? I am investigating an
RNA-binding protein 
> and looking for changes on binding in both the protein and the RNA.
> 
> Any help appreciated. Thanks.
> 
> 
> Nigel
> 
> njh at mail.nerc-oxford.ac.uk

The generic answer to that question is look in any basic protein textbook
and you can find that info.  As a followup to that, does anybody know of
any software to deconvolute CD spectra to get percent helix and sheet?
Thanks.


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