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Solution structure of double-stranded RNA binding domain of S. cerevisiae RNase III (Rnt1p) in complex with the 5' terminal RNA hairpin of snR47 precursor
DOI:10.2210/pdb1t4l/pdb   NDB ID: 1T4L
1T4L
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    Classification: RNA Binding Protein/rna
    Structure Weight: 20127.64
    Molecule: 5' terminal hairpin of snR47 precursor
    Polymer: 1 Type: rna Length: 32
    Chains: A
    Fragment: AGAA tetraloop RNA hairpin
    Molecule: Ribonuclease III
    Polymer: 2 Type: protein Length: 90
    Chains: B
    EC#: 3.1.26.3   
    Fragment: double-stranded RNA binding domain
    Organism: Saccharomyces cerevisiae
    Gene Names: RNT1 YMR239C YM9408.01C YM9959.21
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    Polymer: 1
    Scientific Name: Synthetic construct   Taxonomy    
    Polymer: 2
    Scientific Name: Saccharomyces cerevisiae   Taxonomy   Common Name: Baker's yeast Expression System: Escherichia coli bl21  
     
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    Authors:   Wu, H.,  Henras, A.,  Chanfreau, G.,  Feigon, J.

    Deposition:   2004-04-29
    Release:   2004-06-01
    Last Modified (REVDAT):   2009-02-24
     
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    Method:   SOLUTION NMR
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    Conformers Calculated:     100
    Conformers Submitted:     15
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    Method: SOLUTION NMR