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The leucine-rich repeat is a recently characterized structural motif used in molecular recognition processes as diverse as signal transduction, cell adhesion, cell development, DNA repair and RNA processing. We present here the crystal structure at 2.5 A resolution of the complex between ribonuclease A and ribonuclease inhibitor, a protein built entirely of(More)
Ribonuclease inhibitor is a cytoplasmic protein that tightly binds and inhibits ribonucleases of the pancreatic ribonuclease superfamily. The primary sequence of this inhibitor contains leucine-rich repeats (LRRs); these motifs are present in many proteins that participate in protein-protein interactions and have different functions and cellular locations.(More)
Regulation of protein function is vital for the control of cellular processes. Proteins are often regulated by allosteric mechanisms, in which effectors bind to regulatory sites distinct from the active sites and alter protein function. Intrasteric regulation, directed at the active site and thus the counterpart of allosteric control, is now emerging as an(More)
Ongoing efforts toward mobile manipulation from an aerial vehicle are presented. Recent tests and results from a prototype rotorcraft have shown that our hybrid structure increases stability during flight and manipulation. Since UAVs require significant setup time, suitable testing locations, and have tendencies to crash, we developed an aerial manipulation(More)
Major outer membrane proteins from many species of Campylobacter cross-react with cholera toxin. Ventilation of the very immature lung in utero induces injury and BPD-like changes in lung structure in fetal sheep. subjective responses to pharmacological challenge with citalopram: a controlled study in male and female ecstasy/MDMA users. The effect of asthma(More)
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