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The regulatory light chain (RLC) of striated and cardiac muscle myosin plays a complex role in muscle function and regulation. Together with the essential light chain it provides stability to the lever arm, which is essential for force generation. Furthermore, phosphorylation and interaction with...
The translation initiation factor eIF4G is required for the translation of many eukaryotic messenger RNAs. Its interaction with the ATP-dependent RNA helicase eIF4A plays an important role in the regulation of translation initiation. eIF4G in humans and other higher eukaryotes contains three HEAT...
Copper-transporting ATPase, a member of P-type ATPase family, plays a key role in the homeostasis of cellular copper levels. Here, the backbone assignments of the directly connected N and P domains (292 residues, 31 kDa) of Cu-transporting ATPase in the ligand free and the AMPPCP-bound states are...