LineShapeKin Simulation Report

Location: U_L2_conc_dep_final



Slow binding

Equilibrium molar fractions of species

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Points correspond to steps in titration series corresponding to Rtotal and LRratio used in NMR line shape simulations below. Curves are smooth functions simulated at constant Rtotal. Populations of multimeric species are shown per monomer. Population of free ligand is normalized to total receptor concentration.

Isothermal Titration Calorimetry profile

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Heat uptake curve is simulated as a derivative of the population of species multiplied by specific dH.

Slow binding

Equilibrium constants:

Rate constants (1-forward, 2-reverse):

Chemical shifts:
w0(R)=50.0 /s (8.0 Hz)
w0(RL)=250.0 /s (39.8 Hz)

Base relaxation rates:
R2(R)=10.0 /s
R2(RL)=10.0 /s

Enthalpy difference from the base state:

Total R concentration (*1000):
1.00 0.50 0.25 0.12 0.06

Ratio of total L to total R:
2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50

1D-spectra of the titration series

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Traces (bottom to top) correspond to L/R ratios indicated by points in the Populations graph (above). Red dots indicate peak maxima for a visual aid (also plotted as the chemical shift titration curves on the right). Dashed lines indicate chemical shifts of individual species.

Chemical shift titration curves

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Points correspond to positions of peak maxima numerically detected in the spectral traces. Sometimes not all peaks will be detected and signal/noise here is not considered.

Plot of the line widths (full width at a half height)

Plain text data for comparison plotting: TXT
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The full width at a half height (FWHH) is determined numerically for the detected peaks. For the lorentzian line shape FWHH = 2*R2.
At the points of peak coalescence the measurement fails, you should discard these points. The plain text data for re-plotting the graph is saved with the graphics.



LineShapeKin Simulation
Evgenii Kovrigin, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2009