This review illustrates the way in which nuclear-magnetic-resonance studies of proteins in solution can add dynamic structural information to our knowledge of their crystal structures. The value of the study is illustrated by an analysis of the structure and the dynamics of structure within two series of neurotoxins. The dynamics may well control the binding rates of these and other proteins to receptors.
Review Article| October 01 1981
The dynamic structures of proteins: Short and long neurotoxins as examples: Review
Biosci Rep (1981) 1 (10): 743–755.
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Fuyuhiko Inagaki, Tatsuo Miyazawa, Robert J. P. Williams; The dynamic structures of proteins: Short and long neurotoxins as examples: Review. Biosci Rep 1 October 1981; 1 (10): 743–755. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01114796
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