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Structural insights of non-canonical U*U pair and Hoogsteen interaction probed with Se atom.
(2013) Nucleic Acids Res 41
PubMed: 24013566 | PubMedCentral: PMC3905866 | DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkt799
Diffraction data collection and refinement statistics of the Se-RNA structures Structure (PDB ID) U- Se U-CGCG (3HGA) GUG- Se U-ACAC (4IQS) Data collection Se-Hexamer Se-Octamer ... 003; Space group C222 1 R3 2 Cell dimensions: a , b , c (Å) 30.255, 34.079, 28.931 47.006, 47.006, 354.105 α, β, γ (°) 90, 90, 90 90, 90, 120 Resolution range, Å (last shell) 50.00–1.30 (1.32–1.30) 50.0–2.60 (2.69–2.60) Unique reflections 3773 (162) 8915 (846) Completeness% 95.9 (90.0) 99.2 (95.8) R merge % 4.5 (26.1) 5.3 (35.8) I/σ(I) 40.5 (1.2) 35.9 (1.0) Redundancy 11.7 (4.2) 10.0 (6.1) Refinement Resolution range, Å 22.62–1.30 31.73.0–2.60 R work % 18.9 19.4 R free % 22.5 25.8 Number of reflections 3586 4776 Number of atoms Nucleic acid (single) 157 1002 Heavy atoms and ion 1 Se 6 Se Water 42 0 R.m.s. deviations Bond length, Å 0.005 0.008 Bond angle, ° 0.931 1.846 R merge = Structures of 4-Se-derivatized RNAs The structure of the Se-RNA hexamer ( Figure 5 ) revealed formation of the right-handed Watson–Crick duplex ( Supplementary Table S1 ) and Hoogsteen base pairs.
( B ) The Se-RNA duplex structure (PDB ID: 4IQS; 2.75 Å resolution).
ACCESSION NUMBERS 3HGA, 4IQS SUPPLEMENTARY DATA Supplementary Data are available at NAR Online.
Publication Year: 2013
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