Advances in Characterization of Protein Assemblies Using NMR Spectroscopy
This video shows Professor Tatyana Polenova from University of Delaware explaining the functioning of NMR spectroscopy, which is the main method for analyzing structure and dynamics of large protein assemblies of HIV-1 virus and proteins connected to the cytoskeletal components. HIV researchers try to find how the structure and dynamics of proteins are linked to function in healthy and diseased states. NMR spectroscopy from Bruker can contribute to unique information that is not available from X-ray diffraction and Cryo-electron microscopy methods. NMR helps peer into the structure of protein assemblies at atomic resolution and understand how they relate to function.
Run Time – 2:31min
Tatyana Polenova | Studying Protein Dynamics in Disease with NMR