30S Ribosomal proteins associated with the 3′‐terminus of 16S RNA

@article{Czernilofsky197530SRP,
  title={30S Ribosomal proteins associated with the 3′‐terminus of 16S RNA},
  author={A. Czernilofsky and C. Kurland and G. St{\"o}ffler},
  journal={FEBS Letters},
  year={1975},
  volume={58}
}
Although it has proven very difficult to develop a generally applicable technique for cross-linking ribosomal proteins to their corresponding RNA binding sites in situ, a very restricted procedure has been available for quite some time. Thus, oxidation of the 3’-terminal ribose of RNA followed by reduction of the product formed with the e-amino group of lysine can create a stable bond between the RNA and an appropriately positioned protein [ 11. Indeed it has been suggested that the ribosomal… Expand

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Visualization of protein S1 within the 30S ribosomal subunit and its interaction with messenger RNA
The structure of ribosomal RNA and its organization relative to ribosomal protein.
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