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Only few instances are known of protein folds that tolerate massive sequence variation for the sake of binding diversity. The most extensively characterized is the immunoglobulin fold. We now add to this the C-type lectin (CLec) fold, as found in the major tropism determinant (Mtd), a retroelement-encoded receptor-binding protein of Bordetella… (More)
Despite the emergence of a large number of X-ray crystallographic models of the bacterial 70S ribosome over the past decade, an accurate atomic model of the eukaryotic 80S ribosome is still not available. Eukaryotic ribosomes possess more ribosomal proteins and ribosomal RNA than do bacterial ribosomes, which are implicated in extraribosomal functions in… (More)
We prove a Wiener-Tauberian theorem for the L 1 spherical functions on a semisimple Lie group of arbitrary real rank. We also establish a Schwartz type theorem for complex groups. As a corollary we obtain a Wiener-Tauberian type result for compactly supported distributions.
We prove an analogue of the L p version of Hardy's theorem on semisimple Lie groups. The theorem says that on a semisimple Lie group, a function and its Fourier transform cannot decay very rapidly on an average.
We study the Segal-Bargmann transform on M (2). The range of this transform is characterized as a weighted Bergman space. In a similar fashion Poisson integrals are investigated. Using a Gutzmer's type formula we characterize the range as a class of functions extending holomorphically to an appropriate domain in the complexification of M (2). We also prove… (More)