Figure 3 : CSPs of mainchain amide resonances of LmrR upon binding to compounds.

From: Dynamic multidrug recognition by multidrug transcriptional repressor LmrR

Figure 3

H33342, daunomycin, ethidium, and Rho6G were added at the indicated concentrations. (a), Plot of the magnitudes of the normalized chemical shift change for each residue. The resonances that were only observable in the compound-bound states are indicated with asterisks. (b), Mapping of significantly perturbed (>0.05 ppm) residues on the ribbon representation of LmrR. Residues that were not observed in each bound state are shown in black.