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Complex Formation of the Tetracycline-Binding Aptamer Investigated by Specific Cross-Relaxation under DNP.

While dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) under magic-angle spinning (MAS) is generally a powerful method capable of greatly enhancing the sensitivity of solid-state NMR spectroscopy, hyperpolarization also gives rise to peculiar spin dynamics. Here, we elucidate how specific cross-relaxation enhancement by active motions under DNP (SCREAM-DNP) can be utilized to selectively obtain MAS-NMR spectra of an RNA aptamer in a tightly bound complex with a methyl-bearing ligand (tetracycline) due to the effective CH -reorientation at an optimized sample temperature of approximately 160 K. SCREAM-DNP can spectrally isolate the complex from non-bound species in an RNA mixture. This selectivity allows for a competition assay between the aptamer and a mutant with compromised binding affinity. Variations in molecular structure and methyl dynamics, as observed by SCREAM-DNP, between free tetracycline and RNA-bound tetracycline are discussed.

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Efficiency of Water-Soluble Nitroxide Biradicals for Dynamic Nuclear Polarization in Rotating Solids at 9.4 T: bcTol-M and cyolyl-TOTAPOL as New Polarizing Agents.

Nitroxide biradicals are very efficient polarizing agents in magic angle spinning (MAS) cross effect (CE) dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). Many recently synthesized, new radicals show superior DNP-efficiency in organic solvents but suffer from insufficient solubility in water or glycerol/water for biological applications. We report DNP efficiencies for two new radicals, the water-soluble bcTol-M and cyolyl-TOTAPOL, and include a comparison with three known biradicals, TOTAPOL, bcTol, and AMUPol. They differ by linker groups, featuring either a 3-aminopropane-1,2-diol or a urea tether, or by the structure of the alkyl substituents that flank the nitroxide groups. For evaluating their performances, we measured both signal enhancements ϵ and DNP-enhanced sensitivity κ, and compared the results to electron spin relaxation data recorded at the same magnetic field strength (9.4 T). In our study, differences in DNP efficiency correlate with changes in the nuclear polarization dynamics rather than electron relaxation. The ratios of their individual ϵ and κ differ by up to 20 %, which is explained by starkly different nuclear polarization build-up rates. For the radicals compared here empirically, using proline standard solutions, the new radical bcTol-M performs best while being most soluble in water/glycerol mixtures.

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