[Protein-analysis] Re: FW: Proteins Digest, Vol 21, Issue 14

Emily Arturo via proteins%40net.bio.net (by ecakbd from missouri.edu)
Wed Feb 28 12:14:09 EST 2007


I've just joined the field myself.  What has been working for me is a
mix of isolation in the library (search your local university
library's catalogue for something like "protein structure", or inquire
with your reference librarian), with relentless interaction with
faculty and senior researchers who have been in the field for long,
and experimentation/"bench work" on my own (whenever the equipment and
trainers are willing to help).

Emily Arturo.



On 2/28/07, Arturo, Emilia Cristina (UMC-Student) <ecakbd from mizzou.edu> wrote:
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> Hi
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> I am trying to learn about NMR and X-Ray to find out protein 3D
> structures. I have read from the web that the results from NMR and
> X-
> Ray could be quite different. But i do not have access to some papers
> that discuss about this.
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> I read that NMR cannot handle large protein well but X-ray requires
> protein to be crystal form. I wish to get a feel from practitioners
> what are the relative qualities of each structure determined by these
> 2 methods ? presuming testing on a same protein. which results to
> believe ?
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> Thank you
> Best Regards
> Boon Yiang
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