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Crystal structure of the S. solfataricus archaeal exosome reveals conformational flexibility in the RNA-binding ring.
(2010) PLoS One 5
PubMed: 20090900 | PubMedCentral: PMC2806925 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0008739
Resolution (Å) 20–2.9 Space Group C2 Unit Cell Dimensions a (Å) 151.1 b (Å) 145.5 c (Å) 97.2 α (°) 90 β (°) 93.8 γ (... 0b0;) 90 Completeness (%) 99.1(95.2) Beamline CHESS A1 Redundancy 4.0 I/s 10.1(3.0) R sym (%) 7.8(31.5) R free /R work 28.9/26.7 r.m.s.d. bonds (Å) 0.007 r.m.s.d. angles (°) 1.2 Average B (Å 2 ) 32.9 Coordinate error (Å) 0.38 We solved the S. solfataricus exosome Rrp4-isoform structure by molecular replacement using the Rrp41/Rrp42 heterodimer in the S. solfataricus exosome catalytic core (PDB code: 2BR2) as the search model  .
The apo Rrp4-exosome structure was solved by molecular replacement using PHASER  from the structure of the catalytic core of the S. solfataricus exosome (PDB code: 2BR2)  as the search model.
Publication Year: 2010
Crystal structure of a 9-subunit archaeal exosome in pre-catalytic states of the phosphorolytic reaction.
(2012) Archaea 2012
PubMed: 23319881 | PubMedCentral: PMC3539426 | DOI: 10.1155/2012/721869
Figure 4(a) was prepared by superposing the native Rrp41/42 structure (pdb code 2BR2) onto Rrp4/41 D182A /42 mutant exosome to obtain the conformation of the D182 side chain.
Publication Year: 2012
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