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Ribosome assembly in eukaryotes requires approximately 200 essential assembly factors (AFs) and occurs through ordered events that initiate in the nucleolus and culminate in the cytoplasm. Here, we present the electron cryo-microscopy (cryo-EM) structure of a late cytoplasmic 40S ribosome assembly intermediate from Saccharomyces cerevisiae at 18 angstrom(More)
Viral capsid proteins assemble into large, symmetrical architectures that are not found in complexes formed by their cellular counterparts. Given the prevalence of the signature jelly-roll topology in viral capsid proteins, we are interested in whether these functionally unique capsid proteins are also structurally unique in terms of folds. To explore this(More)
In-season site-specific nitrogen (N) management is a promising strategy to improve crop N use efficiency and reduce risks of environmental contamination. To successfully implement such precision management strategies, it is important to accurately estimate yield potential without additional topdressing N application (YP0) as well as precisely assess the(More)
Detection of tumor markers is important for cancer diagnosis. Field-effect transistors (FETs) are a promising method for the label-free detection of trace amounts of biomolecules. However, detection of electrically charged proteins using antibody-immobilized FETs is limited by ionic screening by the large probe molecules adsorbed to the transistor gate(More)
Structural comparison of protein-protein interfaces provides valuable insights into the functional relationship between proteins, which may not solely arise from shared evolutionary origin. A few methods that exist for such comparative studies have focused on structural models determined at atomic resolution, and may miss out interesting patterns present in(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Measures of specific knowledge of coping with pre-hospital stroke symptoms can help educate high-risk patients and family caregivers. This study aimed to develop and validate the Pre-hospital Stroke Symptoms Coping Test (PSSCT). MATERIALS AND METHODS Reliability and validity were analyzed using multiple data sources. The Delphi(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES The c-Met proto-oncogene pathway plays an important role in the progression of various cancers. However, the effect of the c-Met pathway on renal cell carcinoma (RCC) remains controversial. We decided to clarify the role of c-Met in prognosis and clinicopathology of RCC. METHODS A total of 10 pairs of tumour and adjacent tissues(More)
Viral capsids exhibit elaborate and symmetrical architectures of defined sizes and remarkable mechanical properties not seen with cellular macromolecular complexes. Given the uniqueness of the higher-order organization of viral capsid proteins in the virosphere, we explored the question of whether the patterns of protein-protein interactions within viral(More)
Grid computing play a major role in the future of education, as they break barriers and make educational content widely available. More specifically, the main ways that Grid computing can leverage educational activities are as follows: Creating virtual classrooms by interconnecting lecturers to geographically; scattered students; Making educational(More)