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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

crowmether-host1.ppt

Chiral Recognition by NMR Spectroscopy- A Theoretical approach.

Illustrating modeling strategies with organic molecules

with overtones for Modeling of Bio-molecules

An Abstract

S.Aravamudhan

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Aravamudhan: Chiral Recognition by NMR


Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

The Chiral recognition by NMR require:

NMR spectrum of the Host molecule Slide#13 to 15

NMR spectrum of the Guest (Chiral) molecule Slide#18

NMR spectrum of the Host-guest complex.

Identifying the spectral lines/region which indicates the dependence on the complexing by the guest. Slide#3

And, monitoring the indicator peaks with the concentration of the Guest molecule. This means a theoretical calculation would require calculation of the NMR of the complex molecule for various Stoichio metric proportions and hence Host to Guest molar ratios - 1:2, -1:1, - 2:1, -etc ., to be specifying a few typical ratios. To cover non-integral ratio values, the required integral number of cluster molecules would demand handling large sized molecular cluster than for the above simple integral ratios. For such clusters Host-host, guest-guest interactions and changes in structures of host and guest molecule structures would be factors to reckon with.

This would mean the super molecular system to handle would increase in size depending on the complex as compared to the size of the guest molecule alone or the host molecule alone. The increase in computation time, and while trying to optimize the time factor, what options could be exercised on the theoretical method and basis sets, must be spelt out with the corresponding advantages/disadvantages.

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

Increasing amount of Guest molecule

Return to Slide#2

Variation of NMR spetrum with Concentration of guest

The Full publication by Koylu et al

The Full publication by Koylu et al

The Full publication by Koylu et al

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

The enumeration of Host Molecules considered and the computationally convenient system: A model Host to begin with.

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

These 42 atoms (or more ) ether-molecule have reasonably simple NMR structures. This implies the high symmetry of the molecule ; and a small guest molecule, even if it has chiral centre, does not display much distinctive features of interaction with the host for the guest R and S conformations. Thus, it becomes necessary to find appropriate derivatives of the crown ether for the CR properties of the complex, resulting in much larger sizes for the molecules and the molecule-clusters which is an important criterion for the theoretical calculations (computation). This invariably is a criterion while optimizing (larger biological) macro-molecules and hence mostly for time factors the MM is used. MM is good enough for handling inter-residue interactions, and intermolecular interactions for clusters. However, intra-molecular changes during molecular cluster optimization are seemingly necessary to reckon with, hence a hybrid method MM/QM could be preferable. An assessment of this type and how to go about discerning the various requirements can be illustrated, and becomes better appreciable with instances at smaller molecule levels

D3d

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

From these results it is evident that the popularly used Crown Ether system is too large for computational investigations

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Deleting the Guest molecule from the complex & Calculating NMR

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

The charge densities at O11 and the nearby protons show considerable variation due to the QMM used. The charge/shift trends on proton (H12 and) H13 seem to indicate a possibilities of through space contributions and not only through bond for the chemical shifts. Much careful monitoring of such trends would be required is an obvious consequence.

GO with Gaussian by Abiitio HF/STO3G Gaussian

Follwoed by chemical shifts calcualtion Job 104673 (5.3Secs)

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This slide material highlights the differences that can arise due to variation of the QM method: level of approximations used

GO with ARGUSLAB by

semiempirical

QMM: PM3

Follwoed by

chemical shifts

calcualtion Job 104672

(5.3secs)

The image file:

18-Mod29-GObyHFsto3g-GObyPM3-NMRbyHFsto3g-65pc.JPG

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

Return to Slide#2

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

The enumeration of Guest Molecules considered and the computationally convenient system: A model Host to begin with.

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

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Chiral recognition by nmr spectroscopy a theoretical approach

Host deleted in Str. Editor after docking, and guest NMR calculated:

Thus indicating a change in the guest molecule electronic structure during the Docking

The ligand molecules (R and S-guest) –GO and NMR calculated:

Host-guest complex-GO : subsequent simple deletion of the host: and the Guest molecule NMR calculated

Return to Slide#2

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