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RNA bulges as architectural and recognition motifs

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Structure
0969-2126
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Elsevier
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8
Issue
3
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DOI: 10.1016/s0969-2126(00)00110-6

Abstract

Abstract RNA bulges constitute versatile structural motifs in the assembly of RNA architectures. Three-dimensional structures of RNA molecules and their complexes reveal the role of bulges in RNA architectures and illustrate the molecular mechanisms by which they confer intramolecular interactions and intermolecular recognition.

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