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Crystal Structure of Blasticidin S Bound to Thermus Thermophilus 70S Ribosome. This file contains the 30S subunit, tRNA and mRNA molecules from the first 70S ribosome.
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    Structure Keywords

    Keywords RIBOSOME
    Text translation termination, peptidyl transfer, ribosomal crystal structure, translation inhibitor, blasticidin S, RIBOSOME

    Polymeric Molecules

    Chain A
    Description 16S ribosomal RNA 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polyribonucleotide 
    Formula Weight 488432.0 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain J
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S10 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 11299.3 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain K
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S11 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 12014.8 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain L
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S12 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 13604.2 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain M
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S13 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 13308.6 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain N
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S14 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 7027.6 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain O
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S15 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 10447.3 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain P
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S16 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 9924.6 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain Q
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S17 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 11722.0 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain R
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S18 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 8155.9 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain S
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S19 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 8949.5 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain B
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S2 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 26987.5 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain T
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S20 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 10907.2 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain U
    Description 30S ribosomal protein Thx 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 2960.5 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain V,W
    Description tRNA 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polyribonucleotide 
    Formula Weight 24802.9 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain X
    Description mRNA 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polyribonucleotide 
    Formula Weight 1594.0 
    Source Method synthetic  
    Chain C
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S3 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 22862.6 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain D
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S4 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 24242.4 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain E
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S5 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 16460.3 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain F
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S6 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 11988.9 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain G
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S7 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 17919.9 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain H
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S8 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 15868.7 
    Source Method natural source  
    Chain I
    Description 30S ribosomal protein S9 
    Nonstandard Linkage no 
    Nonstandard Monomers no 
    Polymer Type polypeptide(L) 
    Formula Weight 14298.6 
    Source Method natural source  

     
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    UniProtKB Information

    Chain SWS/UNP ID SWS/UNP Accession(s)

    C: Cellular Location | F: Molecular Function | P: Biological Process
    Chain B
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    15935   Small Ribosomal Subunit  The Smaller of the Two Subunits of a Ribosome. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain C
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    15935   Small Ribosomal Subunit  The Smaller of the Two Subunits of a Ribosome. 
    3723   RNA Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with an RNA Molecule or a Portion Thereof. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain D
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    15935   Small Ribosomal Subunit  The Smaller of the Two Subunits of a Ribosome. 
    3723   RNA Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with an RNA Molecule or a Portion Thereof. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    19843   RRNA Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with Ribosomal Rna. 
    Chain E
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    15935   Small Ribosomal Subunit  The Smaller of the Two Subunits of a Ribosome. 
    3723   RNA Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with an RNA Molecule or a Portion Thereof. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain F
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    19843   RRNA Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with Ribosomal Rna. 
    Chain G
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    15935   Small Ribosomal Subunit  The Smaller of the Two Subunits of a Ribosome. 
    3723   RNA Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with an RNA Molecule or a Portion Thereof. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain H
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain I
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain J
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    3723   RNA Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with an RNA Molecule or a Portion Thereof. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain K
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain L
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    15935   Small Ribosomal Subunit  The Smaller of the Two Subunits of a Ribosome. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain M
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    3676   Nucleic Acid Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with Any Nucleic Acid. 
    3723   RNA Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with an RNA Molecule or a Portion Thereof. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain N
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain O
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain P
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain Q
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain R
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain S
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    15935   Small Ribosomal Subunit  The Smaller of the Two Subunits of a Ribosome. 
    3723   RNA Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with an RNA Molecule or a Portion Thereof. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 
    Chain T
    GO ID   Ontology GO Term Definition
    6412   Translation  The Cellular Metabolic Process in Which a Protein Is Formed Using the Sequence of a Mature MRNA Molecule to Specify the Sequence of Amino Acids in a Polypeptide Chain. Translation Is Mediated by the Ribosome and Begins with the Formation of a Ternary Complex Between Aminoacylated Initiator Methionine TRNA GTP and Initiation Factor 2 Which Subsequently Associates with the Small Subunit of the Ribosome and an Mrna. Translation Ends with the Release of a Polypeptide Chain From the Ribosome. 
    5622   Intracellular  The Living Contents of a Cell; the Matter Contained Within (but Not Including) the Plasma Membrane Usually Taken to Exclude Large Vacuoles and Masses of Secretory or Ingested Material. in Eukaryotes It Includes the Nucleus and Cytoplasm. 
    5840   Ribosome  An Intracellular Organelle About 200 a in Diameter Consisting of RNA and Protein. It Is the Site of Protein Biosynthesis Resulting From Translation of Messenger RNA (mrna). It Consists of Two Subunits One Large and One Small Each Containing Only Protein and Rna. Both the Ribosome and Its Subunits Are Characterized by Their Sedimentation Coefficients Expressed in Svedberg Units (symbol: S). Hence the Prokaryotic Ribosome (70s) Comprises a Large (50s) Subunit and a Small (30s) Subunit While the Eukaryotic Ribosome (80s) Comprises a Large (60s) Subunit and a Small (40s) Subunit. Two Sites On the Ribosomal Large Subunit Are Involved in Translation Namely the Aminoacyl Site (a Site) and Peptidyl Site (p Site). Ribosomes From Prokaryotes Eukaryotes Mitochondria and Chloroplasts Have Characteristically Distinct Ribosomal Proteins. 
    3723   RNA Binding  Interacting Selectively and Non Covalently with an RNA Molecule or a Portion Thereof. 
    3735   Structural Constituent of Ribosome  The Action of a Molecule That Contributes to the Structural Integrity of the Ribosome. 


     
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    Natural Source

    Chain V,W
    Scientific Name Escherichia coli  
    Chain U
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain T
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain S
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain R
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain Q
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain P
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain O
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain N
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain M
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain A
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain B
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain C
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain D
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain E
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain F
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain G
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain H
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain I
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain J
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain K
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27
    Chain L
    Scientific Name Thermus thermophilus  
    Strain HB27