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Study of structure/function relationships constitutes an important field of research, especially for modification of protein function and drug design. However, the fact that rational design (i.e. the modification of amino acid sequences by means of directed mutagenesis, based on knowledge of the...
The inner membrane of mitochondria harbours a large number of polypeptides, many of which have evolved from proteins of the prokaryotic progenitors of mitochondria. The sorting routes on which these proteins are integrated into the mitochondrial inner membrane reflect their phylogenetic origin:...
Mitochondria, the energy‐producing organelles of the eukaryotic cell, originate from an endosymbiotic α‐proteobacterium. These organelles are believed to have arisen only once in evolutionary history, but despite their common ancestry, mitochondrial DNAs vary extensively throughout...
The first crucial step in any structural genomics project is the selection and prioritization of target proteins for structure determination. There may be a number of selection criteria to be satisfied, including that the proteins have novel folds, that they be representatives of large families...
NMR has progressed relatively recently from a technique used almost exclusively by chemists and physicists to a viable tool for medical diagnosis. NMR applications have developed from analysis of cells, tissues, and biological fluids, to in vivo analysis. We discuss some examples of its clinical...
We have adapted the Java Molecular Viewer (JMV) to virtual reality display environments, through a number of extensions to the Java 3D code. Phylogenetic information derived from multiple alignments (temporal information) can be overlaid onto molecule structures (spatial information). The number...
Since the isolation and physical characterization of mammalian mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) over 35 years ago, numerous works have been published that have examined its physical structure and properties, including its mode of replication and transcription. The established replication model posits...
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