: The robustness of NMR coherence transfer in proximity of a paramagnetic center depends on the relaxation properties of the nuclei involved. In the case of Iron-Sulfur Proteins, different pulse schemes or different parameter sets often provide complementary results. Tailored versions of HCACO and CACO experiments significantly increase the number of observed Cα/C' connectivities in highly paramagnetic systems, by recovering many resonances that were lost due to paramagnetic relaxation. Optimized 13C direct detected experiments can significantly extend the available assignments, improving the overall knowledge of these systems. The different relaxation properties of Cα and C' nuclei are exploited in CACO vs COCA experiments and the complementarity of the two experiments is used to obtain structural information. The two [Fe2S2]+ clusters containing NEET protein CISD3 and the one [Fe4S4]2+ cluster containing HiPIP protein PioC have been taken as model systems. We show that tailored experiments contribute to decrease the blind sphere around the cluster, to extend resonance assignment of cluster bound cysteine residues and to retrieve details on the topology of the iron-bound ligand residues.

Paramagnetic NMR to study iron sulfur proteins: 13C detected experiments illuminate the vicinity of the metal center / Querci, Leonardo; Grifagni, Deborah; Trindade, Inês B; Silva, José Malanho; Louro, Ricardo O; Cantini, Francesca; Piccioli, Mario. - In: JOURNAL OF BIOMOLECULAR NMR. - ISSN 0925-2738. - STAMPA. - ?:(2023), pp. 0-0. [10.1007/s10858-023-00425-4]

Paramagnetic NMR to study iron sulfur proteins: 13C detected experiments illuminate the vicinity of the metal center

Querci, Leonardo;Grifagni, Deborah;Cantini, Francesca;Piccioli, Mario
2023

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: The robustness of NMR coherence transfer in proximity of a paramagnetic center depends on the relaxation properties of the nuclei involved. In the case of Iron-Sulfur Proteins, different pulse schemes or different parameter sets often provide complementary results. Tailored versions of HCACO and CACO experiments significantly increase the number of observed Cα/C' connectivities in highly paramagnetic systems, by recovering many resonances that were lost due to paramagnetic relaxation. Optimized 13C direct detected experiments can significantly extend the available assignments, improving the overall knowledge of these systems. The different relaxation properties of Cα and C' nuclei are exploited in CACO vs COCA experiments and the complementarity of the two experiments is used to obtain structural information. The two [Fe2S2]+ clusters containing NEET protein CISD3 and the one [Fe4S4]2+ cluster containing HiPIP protein PioC have been taken as model systems. We show that tailored experiments contribute to decrease the blind sphere around the cluster, to extend resonance assignment of cluster bound cysteine residues and to retrieve details on the topology of the iron-bound ligand residues.
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Querci, Leonardo; Grifagni, Deborah; Trindade, Inês B; Silva, José Malanho; Louro, Ricardo O; Cantini, Francesca; Piccioli, Mario
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