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Observation of conformational changes that underlie the catalytic cycle of Xrn2

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Overbeck, Jan H. ; Stelzig, David ; Fuchs, Anna-Lisa ; Wurm, Jan Philip ; Sprangers, Remco
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Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) methods that quantitatively probe motions on molecular and atomic levels have propelled the understanding of biomolecular processes for which static structures cannot provide a satisfactory description. In this work, we studied the structure and dynamics of the essential 100-kDa eukaryotic 5′→3′ exoribonuclease Xrn2. A combination of complementary fluorine and ...


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