The spectrum was acquired at 1°C in a 1-mm cuvette and was baseline-corrected with a buffer blank. The spectrum is the average of 3 scans with a 1-s integration time and 1-nm increments. All CD data were acquired on an Aviv 62DS spectrometer equipped with a thermoelectric temperature control unit.
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Secondary structure analysis of a protein using SOPMA . Theory: In this exericise one can learn how to analyze the secondary structure of a protein using SOPMA. The structure of a protein has a very important role in its function. The binding of a protein with other molecules is very specific to carry out its function properly.
Interestingly, neither the co-substrate binding (melibiose or Na+) nor MelBSt folding and stability are affected by changing lipid compositions. Remarkably, the delipidated MelBSt with only 2-3 bound lipids, regardless of the headgroup species, also exhibits unchanged melting temperature values as shown by circular dichroism spectroscopy. also bonded to another carbon and a hydrogen, whereas the same carbon in a ketone is bonded to two other carbons. Aldehydes and ketones show a strong, prominent, stake-shaped band around 1710 - 1720 cm-1 (right in the middle of the spectrum). This band is due to the highly polar C=O bond. Because of its position, shape, and size, it is hard to