Konstantin Yu Popadin

1Wolfram S Kunz
1Gábor Zsurka
1Konstantin Khrapko
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Perfect direct repeats and, in particular, the prominent 13 bp repeat, are thought to cause mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) deletions, which have been associated with the aging process. Accordingly, individuals lacking the 13 bp repeat are highly prevalent among centenarians and overall number of perfect repeats in mammalian mitochondrial genomes negatively(More)
BACKGROUND Mitochondrial tRNAs have been the subject of study for structural biologists interested in their secondary structure characteristics, evolutionary biologists have researched patterns of compensatory and structural evolution and medical studies have been directed towards understanding the basis of human disease. However, an up to date, manually(More)
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