Protein assemblies with palindromic structure motifs

@article{Pinotsis2008ProteinAW,
  title={Protein assemblies with palindromic structure motifs},
  author={N. Pinotsis and M. Wilmanns},
  journal={Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={65},
  pages={2953-2956}
}
Abstract.Symmetric DNA sequence motifs allow the formation of palindromic protein/DNA complexes. Although symmetric protein sequence motifs are less common, recent structural discoveries have unraveled a few protein/protein complexes with palindromic symmetry. Remarkably, symmetric protein/protein complexes can be generated either by adjacent or remote sequence motifs, which may be repeated or inverted. This contribution reflects and comments on recent findings of palindromic protein/protein… Expand
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