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Alternating syn-anti bacteriochlorophylls form concentric helical nanotubes in chlorosomes
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Computational integration of two different bioimaging techniques revealed an undescribed syn-anti stacking mode and showed how ligated BChl c and d self-assemble into coaxial cylinders to form tubular-shaped elements. Expand
Cryo-electron tomography of mouse hepatitis virus: Insights into the structure of the coronavirion
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A general model for the structure of the coronavirion is proposed in which the own and published observations are combined and all the general features and global architecture observed for MHV are confirmed. Expand
Long‐range organization of bacteriochlorophyll in chlorosomes of Chlorobium tepidum investigated by cryo‐electron microscopy
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The data show that wild‐type C. tepidum chlorosomes do not have a highly regular, long‐range BChl c layer organization and that they contain several multi‐layered tubules rather than single‐layer tubules or exclusively undulating lamellae as previously proposed. Expand
The chlorosome: a prototype for efficient light harvesting in photosynthesis
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This article reviews several aspects of chlorosomes: the supramolecular and molecular organizations and the light-harvesting and spectroscopic properties and provides some novel information about the organization of the baseplate. Expand
Subunit and chlorophyll organization of the plant photosystem II supercomplex
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A three-dimensional (3D) structure of the C2S2M2 supercomplex from Arabidopsis thaliana is solved using cryo-transmission electron microscopy (cryo-EM) and single-particle analysis at an overall resolution of 5.3 Å. Expand
The Role of Lhca Complexes in the Supramolecular Organization of Higher Plant Photosystem I*
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The structure of Photosystem I is very rigid, and the absence of one antenna complex leaves a “hole” in the structure that cannot be filled by other Lhcas, clearly indicating that the docking sites for the individual subunits are highly specific. Expand
Fine structure of granal thylakoid membrane organization using cryo electron tomography.
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The architecture of grana membranes from spinach chloroplasts was studied by cryo electron tomography and revealed the presence of unknown protein densities right on top of 4 light harvesting complex II (LHCII) trimers at the lumenal side of the membrane. Expand
Cryo-EM structure of the human neutral amino acid transporter ASCT2
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A cryo-EM structure of the human SLC1 transporter ASCT2 in the inward-facing conformation reveals the retrovirus-docking site and helps to elucidate the transport cycle. Expand
Structural organization of the needle complex of the type III secretion apparatus of Shigella flexneri.
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The secretion apparatus known as the needle complex from the bacterium Shigella flexneri was studied by single particle electron microscopy and indicated that a peripheral protein component of the inner membrane ring is present in a ring with 24 copies, in contrast to the Salmonella typhimurium NC. Expand
Cryo-EM structures and functional characterization of the murine lipid scramblase TMEM16F
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The cryo-EM data of murine TMEM16F in absence and presence of Ca2+ define the ligand-free closed conformation of the protein and the structure of a Ca2-bound intermediate, which demonstrates the relationship between ion conduction and lipid scrambling. Expand
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