Format of the simulated sparse NMR constraints:
Example:
#R1 R2 P# UPL Conf A1 A2
79 77 17 6.5 0.95 H H
79 177 20 8.0 0.67 H HD2
79 135 20 8.0 0.97 H HD1
79 249 20 8.0 0.96 H HD1
79 50 20 8.0 0.81 H HD2
79 217 23 6.5 0.68 H H
79 230 23 6.5 0.75 H H
79 232 23 6.5 0.72 H H
79 106 23 6.5 0.76 H H
79 166 23 6.5 0.83 H H
79 100 23 6.5 0.83 H H
79 82 23 6.5 0.74 H H
79 246 23 6.5 0.71 H H
79 216 23 6.5 0.67 H H
Columns:
R1 - residue 1
R2 - residue 2
P# - NOESY peak index (number)
UPL - upper limit constraint (in Angstroms)
Conf - confidence score based on chemical shift matching to the NOESY cross peak
A1 - atom 1 (H is the backbone amide proton HN)
A2 - atom 2
How to interpret the data:
peak 17 is assigned to residues 79HN and 77HN
peak 20 has 4 possible assignments, at least one of which is consistent with the structure
peak 23 has 9 possible assignments, at least one of which is consistent with the structure