RNA-binding to archaeal RNA polymerase subunits F/E: a DEER and FRET study.

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RNA polymerases (RNAP) carry out transcription, the first step in the highly regulated process of gene expression. RNAPs are complex multisubunit enzymes, which undergo extensive structural rearrangements during the transcription cycle (initiation-elongation-termination). They accommodate interactions with the nucleic acid scaffold of transcription… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ja101663d

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@article{Grohmann2010RNAbindingTA, title={RNA-binding to archaeal RNA polymerase subunits F/E: a DEER and FRET study.}, author={Dina Grohmann and Daniel Klose and Johann P. Klare and Christopher W M Kay and Heinz-Juergen Steinhoff and Finn Werner}, journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society}, year={2010}, volume={132 17}, pages={5954-5} }