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Structural basis of initial RNA polymerase II transcription.
(2011) EMBO J 30
PubMed: 22056778 | PubMedCentral: PMC3243610 | DOI: 10.1038/emboj.2011.396
Table 1 Pol II–nucleic acid complex structures elucidating initial transcription Complex Tailed-template DNA a RNA (−1 and upstream) NTP (+1) Resolution (Å) R free (... 0025;) Hybrid conformation b Trigger loop c PDB code 1 DNA-1 — — 3.8 19.1 – (Open complex) Open 4A3I 2 DNA-1 2 nt — 3.5 20.2 Standard Open 4A3G 3 DNA-2 2 nt GMPCPP 3.7 19.6 Standard Closed 4A3J 4 4 nt — 3.5 20.1 Tilted Open 4A3B 5 4 nt AMPCPP 3.9 20.7 Standard Closed 4A3M 6 5 nt — 3.5 20.1 Tilted Open 4A3C 7 5 nt AMPCPP 3.4 20.6 Standard Closed 4A3E 8 6 nt — 3.4 18.7 Tilted Open 4A3D 9 6 nt AMPCPP 3.5 20.7 Standard Closed 4A3F 10 7 nt — 3.5 19.0 Tilted Open 4A3K 11 7 nt AMPCPP 3.5 21.1 Standard Closed 4A3L a Sequences for nucleic acids are in Figure 1B .
Publication Year: 2011
Dissection of Pol II trigger loop function and Pol II activity-dependent control of start site selection in vivo.
(2012) PLoS Genet 8
PubMed: 22511879 | PubMedCentral: PMC3325174 | DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1002627
Partially folded TL and N479 (yellow) from PDB 4A3F  , which contains a matched NTP analog (not shown) and short RNA (not shown).
Related structure to PDB 4A3F from PDB 4A3D  , but without matched NTP analog is shown in gray.
Publication Year: 2012
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