WPMLG-5 spectroscopy of self-aggregated BChl e in natural chlorosomes of Chlorobaculum Limnaeum

Yuliya Miloslavina, Karthick Babu Sai Sankar Gupta, Marcus Tank, Donald Ashley Bryant, Huub J.M. De Groot

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Abstract

1H magic angle spinning (MAS) nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), employing rapid spinning and the wPMLG-5 pulse sequence, was used to explore the possibility for performing 1H solid state NMR of a light-harvesting organelle, the chlorosome antenna of Chlorobaculum limnaeum. This natural antenna system is built from bacteriochlorophyll e (BChl e) molecules that are self-assembled to form a supramolecular scaffold for in vivo harvesting of light. We present preliminary data on this chlorosome species and address the feasibility of performing wPMLG spectroscopy, in terms of high power irradiation on a fragile biological sample. In parallel, enhancing the 1H shift dispersion from the magnetic field can help to resolve signals from protons that resonate downfield. Different line narrowing mechanisms operating in parallel provide access to resolving selected 1H signals collected from the moderately sized and chemically diverse BChl e molecular motif in the chlorosome scaffold. These discoveries will be helpful for future studies of structural and functional characteristics of self-assembled natural and artificial light-harvesting molecules.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)147-153
Number of pages7
JournalIsrael Journal of Chemistry
Volume54
Issue number1-2
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2014

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Spectroscopy
Scaffolds
Nuclear magnetic resonance
Antennas
Forms (concrete)
Magic angle spinning
Molecules
Protons
Irradiation
Magnetic fields
bacteriochlorophyll e

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Miloslavina, Yuliya ; Gupta, Karthick Babu Sai Sankar ; Tank, Marcus ; Bryant, Donald Ashley ; De Groot, Huub J.M. / WPMLG-5 spectroscopy of self-aggregated BChl e in natural chlorosomes of Chlorobaculum Limnaeum. In: Israel Journal of Chemistry. 2014 ; Vol. 54, No. 1-2. pp. 147-153.
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In: Israel Journal of Chemistry, Vol. 54, No. 1-2, 01.01.2014, p. 147-153.

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