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NDB ID: 2G1G    PDB ID: 2G1G 


Title:

SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF THE ANTICODON LOOP OF S. POMBE TRNAI INCLUDING THE NATURALLY OCCURRING N6-THREONYL ADENINE

Molecular Description:

5'-R(*AP*CP*GP*GP*GP*CP*UP*CP*AP*UP*(T6A)P*AP*CP*CP*CP*GP*U)-3'

Structural Keywords:

SINGLE STRAND, HAIRPIN LOOP

Nucleic Acid Sequence:

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Protein Sequence:

No Protein Sequence Found

Primary Citation:

Lescrinier, E., Nauwelaerts, K., Zanier, K., Poesen, K., Sattler, M., Herdewijn, P.
The naturally occurring N6-threonyl adenine in anticodon loop of Schizosaccharomyces pombe tRNAi causes formation of a unique U-turn motif 
Nucleic Acids Res., 34, pp. 2878 - 2886, 2006.

Experimental Information:

SOLUTION NMR

Cell Constants:

a =   b =   c = (Ångstroms)

α =   β =   γ = (degrees)

Refinement:

The structure was refined using the program. The R value is for reflections in the resolution range to Ångstroms

Number of Models:

Number of Models: 20 Structures

Sample Details:

0.6mM RNA; pH 7.4; 100% D2O 100% D2O