NMR- data [1] of lysine:

Lysin Atom Atomtyp Chemical shift [ppm]1 Random Coil
chem. shift3
Random Coil
chem. shift4
average σ5 entries2
H H  8.178  0.664  58906  8.29  8.18
H  4.264  0.466  45467  4.32  4.60
Hβ2 H  1.774  0.319  41062  1.84  1.80
Hβ3 H  1.744  0.334  38519  1.75  1.74
Hγ2 H  1.364  0.312  37233  1.44  1.45
Hγ3 H  1.348  0.326  34123  1.44  1.45
Hδ2 H  1.609  0.751  33176  1.68  1.69
Hδ3 H  1.595  0.369  29506  1.68  1.69
Hε2 H  2.910  0.217  32694  2.99  2.97
Hε3 H  2.903  0.223  28496  2.99  2.97
H  7.313  1.147  1284  7.81  7.81
C C  176.591  6.358  36173  176.6  174.8
C  56.935  2.272  50111  56.2  54.2
C  32.810  2.227  46864  33.1  32.6
C  24.918  1.615  31094  24.7  24.6
C  28.969  1.507  29403  29.0  29.1
C  41.896  1.451  25495  41.9  41.9
N N  121.023  4.225  54081  120.4  121.6
N  48.135  30.664  208  125.9  125.9
proportion of proteines pK2 COOH pK1COOH isoelectrical
point
pK1NH2 pK2NH2
 7.0%  2.20  9.59  8.90  10.28
CAS- number molar mass formula density melting point solubility
  • 56-87-1 (L-Enantiomer)
  • 923-27-3 (D-Enantiomer)
  • 70-54-2 (Racemat)
  • 657-27-2 (Monohydrochlorid)
 146,19 g·mol−1  C6H14N2O2
  • 224–225°C (Zersetzung) (free base, Enantiomer)
  • 263–264°C (Monohydrochlorid)
  • 260-263°C (DL-Lysine
    Monohydrochlorid)
  • 193°C (L-Lysine
    Dihydrochlorid)
  • 187-189°C (DL-Lysine
    Dihydrochlorid)

1 Depending on the type of atom it was 1H, 13C or 15N chemical shift. 1H und 13C relative to TMS and 15N relative to liquid ammonia

2 Number of individual chemical shift data for averaging according to [2]

3 with Alanine as neighborhood in the hexapeptide Gly-Gly-X-Ala-Gly-Gly [3]

4 with Proline as neighborhood in the hexapeptide Gly-Gly-X-Pro-Gly-Gly [3]

5 standard deviation

sources:

[1] “BioMagResBank”, Eldon L. Ulrich; Hideo Akutsu; Jurgen F. Doreleijers; Yoko Harano; Yannis E. Ioannidis; Jundong Lin; Miron Livny; Steve Mading; Dimitri Maziuk; Zachary Miller; Eiichi Nakatani; Christopher F. Schulte; David E. Tolmie; R. Kent Wenger; Hongyang Yao; John L. Markley; Nucleic Acids Research 36, D402-D408 (2008) doi: 10.1093/nar/gkm957

[2] http://www.bmrb.wisc.edu/ last visit march 2017

[3] David S. Wishart, Colin G. Bigam, Arne Holm, Robert S. Hodges, Brian D. Sykes; Journal of Biomolecular NMR
January 1995, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp 67-81 doi:10.1007/BF00227471

[4] Wikipedia http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aminos%C3%A4uren (last visit january 2014)

[5] Wikipedia http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asparagin (last visit january 2014)

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