Structural biology of the PCI-protein fold

@inproceedings{Ellisdon2012StructuralBO,
  title={Structural biology of the PCI-protein fold},
  author={Andrew M. Ellisdon and Murray Stewart},
  booktitle={Bioarchitecture},
  year={2012}
}
The PCI fold is based on a stack of α-helices topped with a winged-helix domain and is found in a range of proteins that form central parts of large complexes such as the proteasome lid, the COP9 signalosome, elongation factor eIF3, and the TREX-2 complex. Recent structural determinations have given intriguing insight into how these folds function both to facilitate the generation of larger proteinaceous assembles and also to interact functionally with nucleic acids. 
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