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    1. Sloma, MS; Nygard, O
      Chemical accessibility of 18S rRNA in native ribosomal complexes: Interaction sites of mRNA, tRNA and translation factors

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    2. Li, ZR; Stahl, G; Farabaugh, PJ
      Programmed+1 frameshifting stimulated by complementarity between a downstream mRNA sequence and an error-correcting region of rRNA

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    3. Muth, GW; Hill, WE
      Phenanthroline-Cu(II) cleavage as a probe of rRNA structure

      METHODS
    4. Culver, GM
      Meanderings of the mRNA through the ribosome

      STRUCTURE
    5. Petrelli, D; LaTeana, A; Garofalo, C; Spurio, R; Pon, CL; Gualerzi, CO
      Translation initiation factor IF3: two domains, five functions, one mechanism?

      EMBO JOURNAL
    6. Sloma, MS; Nygard, O
      Possible interaction sites of mRNA, tRNA, translation factors and the nascent peptide in 5S, 5.8S and 28S rRNA in in vivo assembled eukaryotic ribosomal complexes

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    7. Yusupova, GZ; Yusupov, MM; Cate, JHD; Noller, HF
      The path of messenger RNA through the ribosome

      CELL
    8. Sergiev, PV; Dontsova, OA; Bogdanov, AA
      Chemical methods for the structural study of the ribosome: Judgment day

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    9. Graifer, DM; Karpova, GG
      Structural and functional topography of human ribosomes deduced from crosslinking with mRNA analogs, oligoribonucleotide derivatives

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Shultzaberger, RK; Bucheimer, RE; Rudd, KE; Schneider, TD
      Anatomy of Escherichia coli ribosome binding sites

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    11. Vila-Sanjurjo, A; Dahlberg, AE
      Mutational analysis of the conserved bases C1402 and A1500 in the center of the decoding domain of Escherichia coli 16 S rRNA reveals an important tertiary interaction

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    12. Fukushi, S; Okada, M; Stahl, J; Kageyama, T; Hoshino, FB; Katayama, K
      Ribosomal protein S5 interacts with the internal ribosomal entry site of hepatitis C virus

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    13. Beel, BD; Hazelbauer, GL
      Substitutions in the periplasmic domain of low-abundance chemoreceptor Trgthat induce or reduce transmembrane signaling: Kinase activation and context effects

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    14. Lavrik, IN; Avdeeva, ON; Dontsova, OA; Froeyen, M; Herdewijn, PA
      Translational properties of mHNA, a messenger RNA containing anhydrohexitol nucleotides

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Demeshkina, N; Repkova, M; Ven'yaminova, A; Graifer, D; Karpova, G
      Nucleotides of 18S rRNA surrounding mRNA codons at the human ribosomal A, P, and E sites: A crosslinking study with mRNA analogs carrying an aryl azide group at either the uracil or the guanine residue

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    16. Schluenzen, F; Tocilj, A; Zarivach, R; Harms, J; Gluehmann, M; Janell, D; Bashan, A; Bartels, H; Agmon, I; Franceschi, F; Yonath, A
      Structure of functionally activated small ribosomal subunit at 3.3 angstrom resolution

      CELL
    17. Yu, YT
      Site-specific 4-thiouridine incorporation into RNA molecules

      RNA-LIGAND INTERACTIONS, PART B
    18. Korshunova, GA; Sumbatyan, NV; Topin, AN; Mtchedlidze, MT
      Photoactivatable reagents based on aryl(trifluoromethyl) diazirines: Synthesis and application for studying nucleic acid-protein interactions

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    19. Graifer, DM; Demeshkina, NA; Bulygin, KN; Repkova, MN; Venyaminova, AG; Karpova, GG
      Environment of the 5 '-terminal nucleotide of the mRNA codon at the P and E sites of human ribosome: Crosslinking with pUUUGUU derivatives bearing a photoactivatable group at an uracil residue or 5 '-phosphate

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    20. Shapkina, TG; Dolan, MA; Babin, P; Wollenzien, P
      Initiation factor 3-induced structural changes in the 30 S ribosomal subunit and in complexes containing tRNA(f)(Met) and mRNA

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    21. Muth, GW; Hennelly, SP; Hill, WE
      Using a targeted chemical nuclease to elucidate conformational changes in the E-coli 30S ribosomal subunit

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    22. Muth, GW; Hennelly, SP; Hill, WE
      Positions in the 30S ribosomal subunit proximal to the 790 loop as determined by phenanthroline cleavage

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    23. Gabashvili, IS; Agrawal, RK; Grassucci, R; Squires, CL; Dahlberg, AE; Frank, J
      Major rearrangements in the 70S ribosomal 3D structure caused by a conformational switch in 16S ribosomal RNA

      EMBO JOURNAL
    24. Rodnina, MV; Savelsbergh, A; Wintermeyer, W
      Dynamics of translation on the ribosome: molecular mechanics of translocation

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    25. Graifer, DM; Lyakhovich, AV; Demeshkina, NA; Ivanov, AV; Repkova, MN; Veniyaminova, AG; Karpova, GG
      Photoaffinity modification of human 80S ribosomes with an mRNA analog, a hexaribonucleotide pUUUGUU derivative carrying an arylazido group at the guanine residue

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    26. Vila-Sanjurjo, A; Squires, CL; Dahlberg, AE
      Isolation of kasugamycin resistant mutants in the 16 S ribosomal RNA of Escherichia coli

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    27. Wang, R; Alexander, RW; VanLoock, M; Vladimirov, S; Bukhtiyarov, Y; Harvey, SC; Cooperman, BS
      Three-dimensional placement of the conserved 530 loop of 16 S rRNA and of its neighboring components in the 30 S subunit

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    28. Arkov, AL; Murgola, EJ
      Ribosomal RNAs in translation termination: Facts and hypotheses

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    29. BARANOV PV; GURVICH OL; BOGDANOV AA; BRIMACOMBE R; DONTSOVA OA
      NEW FEATURES OF 23S RIBOSOMAL-RNA FOLDING - THE LONG HELIX 41-42 MAKES A U-TURN INSIDE THE RIBOSOME

      RNA
    30. TANAKA I; NAKAGAWA A; HOSAKA H; WAKATSUKI S; MUELLER F; BRIMACOMBE R
      MATCHING THE CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC STRUCTURE OF RIBOSOMAL-PROTEIN S7 TO A 3-DIMENSIONAL MODEL OF THE 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA

      RNA
    31. FAVRE A; SAINTOME C; FOURREY JL; CLIVIO P; LAUGAA P
      THIONUCLEOBASES AS INTRINSIC PHOTOAFFINITY PROBES OF NUCLEIC-ACID STRUCTURE AND NUCLEIC-ACID PROTEIN INTERACTIONS

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    32. BLEECKER AB; ESCH JJ; HALL AE; RODRIGUEZ FI; BINDER BM
      THE ETHYLENE-RECEPTOR FAMILY FROM ARABIDOPSIS - STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    33. LEVIT MN; LIU Y; STOCK JB
      STIMULUS-RESPONSE COUPLING IN BACTERIAL CHEMOTAXIS - RECEPTOR DIMERS IN SIGNALING ARRAYS

      Molecular microbiology
    34. MENDOZA L; MONDRAGON M; LAGUNEZOTERO J
      INTERACTION OF THE 530 RIBOSOMAL SITE WITH REGIONS OF MESSENGER-RNA

      Biosystems
    35. GREEN R; SWITZER C; NOLLER HF
      RIBOSOME-CATALYZED PEPTIDE-BOND FORMATION WITH AN A-SITE SUBSTRATE COVALENTLY-LINKED TO 23S RIBOSOMAL-RNA

      Science
    36. MALYGIN AA; VASENEVA OG; VENYAMINOVA AG; REPKOVA MN; KARPOVA GG
      PROTEIN ENVIRONMENT OF SEQUENCE 609-618 IN THE 530 STEM-LOOP REGION OF 18S RIBOSOMAL-RNA IN HUMAN RIBOSOMAL 40S SUBUNITS

      Molecular biology
    37. DAVIES C; BUSSIERE DE; GOLDEN BL; PORTER SJ; RAMAKRISHNAN V; WHITE SW
      RIBOSOMAL-PROTEINS S5 AND L6 - HIGH-RESOLUTION CRYSTAL-STRUCTURES ANDROLES IN PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS AND ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANCE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    38. BASS RB; FALKE JJ
      DETECTION OF A CONSERVED ALPHA-HELIX IN THE KINASE-DOCKING REGION OF THE ASPARTATE RECEPTOR BY CYSTEINE AND DISULFIDE SCANNING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. CHOI KM; ATKINS JF; GESTELAND RF; BRIMACOMBE R
      FLEXIBILITY OF THE NASCENT POLYPEPTIDE-CHAIN WITHIN THE RIBOSOME - CONTACTS FROM THE PEPTIDE N-TERMINUS TO A SPECIFIC REGION OF THE 30S SUBUNIT

      European journal of biochemistry
    40. SERGIEV PV; LAVRIK IN; DOKUDOVSKAYA SS; DONTSOVA OA; BOGDANOV AA
      STRUCTURE OF THE DECODING CENTER OF THE RIBOSOME

      Biochemistry
    41. BULLARD JM; VANWAES MA; BUCKLIN DJ; RICE MJ; HILL WE
      REGIONS OF 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA PROXIMAL TO TRANSFER-RNA BOUND AT THE P-SITE OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI RIBOSOMES

      Biochemistry
    42. POOLE ES; BRIMACOMBE R; TATE WP
      DECODING THE TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION SIGNAL - THE POLYPEPTIDE-CHAINRELEASE FACTOR IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI CROSS-LINKS TO THE BASE FOLLOWING THE STOP CODON

      RNA
    43. WIMBERLY BT; WHITE SW; RAMAKRISHNAN V
      THE STRUCTURE OF RIBOSOMAL-PROTEIN S7 AT 1.9-ANGSTROM RESOLUTION REVEALS A BETA-HAIRPIN MOTIF THAT BINDS DOUBLE-STRANDED NUCLEIC-ACIDS

      Structure
    44. BENSING BA; DUNNY GM
      PHEROMONE-INDUCIBLE EXPRESSION OF AN AGGREGATION PROTEIN IN ENTEROCOCCUS-FAECALIS REQUIRES INTERACTION OF A PLASMID-ENCODED RNA WITH COMPONENTS OF THE RIBOSOME

      Molecular microbiology
    45. OCONNOR M; THOMAS CL; ZIMMERMANN RA; DAHLBERG AE
      DECODING FIDELITY AT THE RIBOSOMAL-A AND RIBOSOMAL-P SITES - INFLUENCE OF MUTATIONS IN 3 DIFFERENT REGIONS OF THE DECODING DOMAIN IN 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA

      Nucleic acids research
    46. BARANOV PV; DOKUDOVSKAYA SS; ORETSKAYA TS; DONTSOVA OA; BOGDANOV AA; BRIMACOMBE R
      A NEW TECHNIQUE FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION OF LONG-RANGE TERTIARY CONTACTS IN LARGE RNA MOLECULES - INSERTION OF A PHOTOLABEL AT A SELECTED POSITION IN 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA WITHIN THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI RIBOSOME

      Nucleic acids research
    47. GREEN R; NOLLER HF
      RIBOSOMES AND TRANSLATION

      Annual review of biochemistry
    48. LODMELL JS; DAHLBERG AE
      A CONFORMATIONAL SWITCH IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA DURING DECODING OF MESSENGER-RNA

      Science
    49. CAI KW; LANGEN R; HUBBELL WL; KHORANA HG
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN RHODOPSIN - TOPOLOGY OF THE C-TERMINAL POLYPEPTIDE-CHAIN IN RELATION TO THE CYTOPLASMIC LOOPS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    50. OTTEMANN KM; KOSHLAND DE
      CONVERTING A TRANSMEMBRANE RECEPTOR TO A SOLUBLE RECEPTOR - RECOGNITION DOMAIN TO EFFECTOR DOMAIN SIGNALING AFTER EXCISION OF THE TRANSMEMBRANE DOMAIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    51. SMOLENSKAYA IA; GRAIFER DM; IVANOV AV; VLADIMIROV SN; VENYAMINOVA AG; REPKOVA MN; STAHL J; KARPOVA GG
      PROTEIN ENVIRONMENT OF TEMPLATE IN DECODING AREA EXAMINED BY AFFINITYMODIFICATION OF HUMAN PLACENTAL RIBOSOMES WITH ALKYLATING DERIVATIVESOF OLIGORIBONUCLEOTIDE PGUGU(3)

      Molecular biology
    52. MATASOVA NB; VENYAMINOVA AG; KARPOVA GG
      NUCLEOTIDE RESIDUES OF 18S-RIBOSOMAL-RNA IN THE DECODING AREA OF HUMAN RIBOSOMES LOCATED BY AFFINITY MODIFICATION WITH 5' DERIVATIVES OF AUG-CONTAINING OLIGORIBONUCLEOTIDES

      Molecular biology
    53. WOOD PN
      A FUNCTIONAL-MODEL FOR THE RIBOSOME

      Journal of theoretical biology
    54. MUELLER F; STARK H; VANHEEL M; RINKEAPPEL J; BRIMACOMBE R
      A NEW MODEL FOR THE 3-DIMENSIONAL FOLDING OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI 16-S RIBOSOMAL-RNA .3. THE TOPOGRAPHY OF THE FUNCTIONAL CENTER

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    55. DANIELSON MA; BASS RB; FALKE JJ
      CYSTEINE AND DISULFIDE SCANNING REVEALS A REGULATORY ALPHA-HELIX IN THE CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN OF THE ASPARTATE RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    56. KALOYANOVA D; XU JH; IVANOV IG; ABOUHAIDAR MG
      GENE-EXPRESSION EVIDENCE INDICATES THAT NUCLEOTIDES-507-513 AND NUCLEOTIDES-1434-1440 IN 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA ARE ORGANIZED IN CLOSE PROXIMITYON THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI 30S RIBOSOMAL-SUBUNIT

      European journal of biochemistry
    57. MOINE H; NURSE K; EHRESMANN B; EHRESMANN C; OFENGAND J
      CONFORMATIONAL-ANALYSIS OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI 30S RIBOSOMES CONTAINING THE SINGLE-BASE MUTATIONS G530U, U1498G, G1401C, AND C1501G AND THE DOUBLE-BASE MUTATION G1401C C1501G/

      Biochemistry
    58. LEMOUAL H; QUANG T; KOSHLAND DE
      METHYLATION OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI CHEMOTAXIS RECEPTORS - INTRADIMERAND INTERDIMER MECHANISMS

      Biochemistry
    59. BUCKLIN DJ; VANWAES MA; BULLARD JM; HILL WE
      CLEAVAGE OF 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA WITHIN THE RIBOSOME BY MESSENGER-RNA MODIFIED IN THE A-SITE CODON WITH PHENANTHROLINE-CU(II)

      Biochemistry
    60. DOKUDOVSKAYA S; DONTSOVA O; SHPANCHENKO O; BOGDANOV A; BRIMACOMBE R
      LOOP IV OF 5S RIBOSOMAL-RNA HAS CONTACTS BOTH TO DOMAIN-II AND TO DOMAIN-V OF THE 23S RNA

      RNA
    61. DANIELSON MA; FALKE JJ
      USE OF F-19 NMR TO PROBE PROTEIN-STRUCTURE AND CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES

      Annual review of biophysics and biomolecular structure
    62. STOCK J
      RECEPTOR SIGNALING - DIMERIZATION AND BEYOND

      Current biology
    63. MENDOZA L; LAGUNEZOTERO J
      THE RIBOSOME AS AN EXON DETECTOR

      Biosystems
    64. TATE WP; POOLE ES; DALPHIN ME; MAJOR LL; CRAWFORD DJG; MANNERING SA
      THE TRANSLATIONAL STOP SIGNAL - CODON WITH A CONTEXT, OR EXTENDED FACTOR RECOGNITION ELEMENT

      Biochimie
    65. SHEFLYAN GY; KUBAREVA EA; GROMOVA ES
      METHODS OF COVALENT ATTACHMENT OF NUCLEIC -ACIDS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES TO PROTEINS

      Uspehi himii
    66. GARDINA PJ; MANSON MD
      ATTRACTANT SIGNALING BY AN ASPARTATE CHEMORECEPTOR DIMER WITH A SINGLE CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN

      Science
    67. LATA KR; AGRAWAL RK; PENCZEK P; GRASSUCCI R; ZHU J; FRANK J
      3-DIMENSIONAL RECONSTRUCTION OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI 30-S RIBOSOMAL-SUBUNIT IN ICE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    68. ZHANG YH; MANNERING DE; DAVIDSON AL; YAO NH; MANSON MD
      MALTOSE-BINDING PROTEIN CONTAINING AN INTERDOMAIN DISULFIDE BRIDGE CONFERS A DOMINANT-NEGATIVE PHENOTYPE FOR TRANSPORT AND CHEMOTAXIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    69. YANG K; FARRENS DL; ALTENBACH C; FARAHBAKHSH ZT; HUBBELL WL; KHORANA HG
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN RHODOPSIN - CYSTEINE-65 AND CYSTEINE-316 ARE IN PROXIMITY IN A RHODOPSIN MUTANT AS INDICATED BY DISULFIDE FORMATION AND INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ATTACHED SPIN LABELS

      Biochemistry
    70. DOERING DS; MATSUDAIRA P
      CYSTEINE SCANNING MUTAGENESIS AT 40 OF 76 POSITIONS IN VILLIN HEADPIECE MAPS THE F-ACTIN BINDING-SITE AND STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF THE DOMAIN

      Biochemistry
    71. KIM CH; MACOSKO JC; YU YG; SHIN YK
      ON THE DYNAMICS AND CONFORMATION OF THE HA2 DOMAIN OF THE INFLUENZA-VIRUS HEMAGGLUTININ

      Biochemistry
    72. SEELEY SK; WEIS RM; THOMPSON LK
      THE CYTOPLASMIC FRAGMENT OF THE ASPARTATE RECEPTOR DISPLAYS GLOBALLY DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR

      Biochemistry
    73. LATEANA A; GUALERZI CO; BRIMACOMBE R
      FROM STANDBY TO DECODING SITE - ADJUSTMENT OF THE MESSENGER-RNA ON THE 30S RIBOSOMAL-SUBUNIT UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF THE INITIATION-FACTORS

      RNA
    74. MUELLER F; DORING T; ERDEMIR T; GREUER B; JUNKE N; OSSWALD M; RINKEAPPEL J; STADE K; THAMM S; BRIMACOMBE R
      GETTING CLOSER TO AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE 3-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF RIBOSOMAL-RNA

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    75. BOGDANOV AA; DONTSOVA OA; DOKUDOVSKAYA SS; LAVRIK IN
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF 5S RIBOSOMAL-RNA IN THE RIBOSOME

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    76. MURGOLA EJ; PAGEL FT; HIJAZI KA; ARKOV AL; XU WB; ZHAO SQ
      VARIETY OF NONSENSE SUPPRESSOR PHENOTYPES ASSOCIATED WITH MUTATIONAL CHANGES AT CONSERVED SITES IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI RIBOSOMAL-RNA

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    77. HILL WE; BUCKLIN DJ; BULLARD JM; GALBRAITH AL; JAMMI NV; RETTBERG CC; SAWYER BS; VANWAES MA
      IDENTIFICATION OF RIBOSOME-LIGAND INTERACTIONS USING CLEAVAGE REAGENTS

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    78. TATE WP; POOLE ES; HORSFIELD JA; MANNERING SA; BROWN CM; MOFFAT JG; DALPHIN ME; MCCAUGHAN KK; MAJOR LL; WILSON DN
      TRANSLATIONAL TERMINATION EFFICIENCY IN BOTH BACTERIA AND MAMMALS IS REGULATED BY THE BASE FOLLOWING THE STOP CODON

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    79. VANRYK DI; DAHLBERG AE
      STRUCTURAL-CHANGES IN THE 530-LOOP OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA IN MUTANTS WITH IMPAIRED TRANSLATIONAL FIDELITY

      Nucleic acids research
    80. STADE K; JUNKE N; BRIMACOMBE R
      MAPPING THE PATH OF THE NASCENT PEPTIDE-CHAIN THROUGH THE 23S RNA IN THE 50S RIBOSOMAL-SUBUNIT

      Nucleic acids research
    81. HELLINGWERF KJ; POSTMA PW; TOMMASSEN J; WESTERHOFF HV
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN BACTERIA - PHOSPHO-NEURAL NETWORK(S) IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    82. JEMIOLO DK; PAGEL FT; MURGOLA EJ
      UGA SUPPRESSION BY A MUTANT RNA OF THE LARGE RIBOSOMAL-SUBUNIT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    83. BOGDANOV AA; LAVRIK IN; DOKUDOVSKAYA SS; DONTSOVA OA
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF 5S RIBOSOMAL-RNA IN THE RIBOSOME

      Molecular biology
    84. ERICSON G; MINCHEW P; WOLLENZIEN P
      STRUCTURAL-CHANGES IN BASE-PAIRED REGION-28 IN 16-S RIBOSOMAL-RNA CLOSE TO THE DECODING REGION OF THE 30-S RIBOSOMAL-SUBUNIT ARE CORRELATEDTO CHANGES IN TRANSFER-RNA BINDING

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    85. CHEN XM; KOSHLAND DE
      THE N-TERMINAL CYTOPLASMIC TAIL OF THE ASPARTATE RECEPTOR IS NOT ESSENTIAL IN SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION OF BACTERIAL CHEMOTAXIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    86. CHERVITZ SA; FALKE JJ
      LOCK ON OFF DISULFIDES IDENTIFY THE TRANSMEMBRANE SIGNALING HELIX OF THE ASPARTATE RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    87. BRIMACOMBE R
      THE STRUCTURE OF RIBOSOMAL-RNA - A 3-DIMENSIONAL JIGSAW PUZZLE

      European journal of biochemistry
    88. RIDGE KD; ZHANG C; KHORANA HG
      MAPPING OF THE AMINO-ACIDS IN THE CYTOPLASMIC LOOP CONNECTING HELIX-CAND HELIX-D IN RHODOPSIN - CHEMICAL-REACTIVITY IN THE DARK STATE FOLLOWING SINGLE CYSTEINE REPLACEMENTS

      Biochemistry
    89. KIM SH
      FROZEN DYNAMIC DIMER MODEL FOR TRANSMEMBRANE SIGNALING IN BACTERIAL CHEMOTAXIS RECEPTORS

      Protein science
    90. STADE K; RIENS S; BOCHKARIOV D; BRIMACOMBE R
      CONTACTS BETWEEN THE GROWING PEPTIDE-CHAIN AND THE 23S RNA IN THE 50SRIBOSOMAL-SUBUNIT

      Nucleic acids research
    91. SONTHEIMER EJ
      SITE-SPECIFIC RNA CROSS-LINKING WITH 4-THIOURIDINE

      Molecular biology reports
    92. HUTTENHOFER A; NOLLER HF
      FOOTPRINTING MESSENGER-RNA-RIBOSOME COMPLEXES WITH CHEMICAL PROBES

      EMBO journal
    93. MCCARTHY JEG; BRIMACOMBE R
      PROKARYOTIC TRANSLATION - THE INTERACTIVE PATHWAY LEADING TO INITIATION

      Trends in genetics
    94. MCCARTHY JEG; BRIMACOMBE R
      PROKARYOTIC TRANSLATION - THE INTERACTIVE PATHWAY LEADING TO INITIATION

      Trends in genetics
    95. FLYNN A; SHATSKY IN; PROUD CG; KAMINSKI A
      THE RNA-BINDING PROPERTIES OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS INITIATION-FACTOR EIF-2

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    96. DONTSOVA O; TISHKOV V; DOKUDOVSKAYA S; BOGDANOV A; DORING T; RINKEAPPEL J; THAMM S; GREUER B; BRIMACOMBE R
      STEM-LOOP-IV OF 5S RIBOSOMAL-RNA LIES CLOSE TO THE PEPTIDYLTRANSFERASE CENTER

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    97. MALHOTRA A; HARVEY SC
      A QUANTITATIVE MODEL OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI 16-S RNA IN THE 30-S RIBOSOMAL-SUBUNIT

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    98. KIMBROUGH TG; MANOIL C
      ROLE OF A SMALL CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SERINE CHEMORECEPTOR MEMBRANE TOPOLOGY

      Journal of bacteriology
    99. LEE MH; OHTA T; WALKER GC
      A MONOCYSTEINEN APPROACH FOR PROBING THE STRUCTURE AND INTERACTIONS OF THE UMUD PROTEIN

      Journal of bacteriology
    100. MURALIKRISHNA P; COOPERMAN BS
      A PHOTOLABILE OLIGODEOXYRIBONUCLEOTIDE PROBE OF THE DECODING SITE IN THE SMALL-SUBUNIT OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI RIBOSOME - IDENTIFICATION OFNEIGHBORING RIBOSOMAL COMPONENTS

      Biochemistry


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