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14 october 2018 06:02:04

Structural Basis for tRNA Mimicry by a Bacterial Y RNA (Structure)

Wei Wang et al. describe the crystal structure of the S. Typhimurium YrlA RNA effector-binding module, which closely mimics that of tRNA. This module is present in a wide range of bacteria. It may function by tethering an effector molecule to the Ro60/Rsr protein to modulate RNA metabolism. Digg Facebook Google StumbleUpon Twitter
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