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Glutamate and aspartate) charged amino acids, with negatively charged amino acids contributing to a high isoelectric point and positively charged amino acids contributing to a low isoelectric point. Samples could also be separated first under nonreducing conditions using SDS-PAGE and under reducing conditions in the second dimension, which breaks apart disulfide bonds that hold subunits together. SDS-PAGE might also be coupled with urea-PAGE for a 2dimensional gel. In principle, this method allows for the separation of all cellular proteins on a single large gel.

The two main problems are calculation of protein free energy and finding the global minimum of this energy. A protein structure prediction method must explore the space of possible protein structures which is astronomically large. These problems can be partially bypassed in "comparative" or homology modeling and fold recognition methods, when the search space is pruned by the assumption that the protein in question adopts a structure that is close to the experimentally determined structure of another homologous protein.

This is usually done using some of the following experiments, HNCO, HNCACO, HNCA, HNCOCA, HNCACB and CBCACONH. All six experiments consist of a HSQC plane expanded with a carbon dimension. In the HNCACO the spectrum contains peaks at the chemical shifts of the carbonyl carbons in the residue of the HSQC peak and the previous one in the sequence. The HNCO only contains the chemical shift from the previous residue, and it is thus possible to assign the carbonyl carbon shifts that corresponds to each HSQC peak and the one previous to that one.

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