The Solution Structure of the S1 RNA Binding Domain: A Member of an Ancient Nucleic Acid–Binding Fold

@article{Bycroft1997TheSS,
  title={The Solution Structure of the S1 RNA Binding Domain: A Member of an Ancient Nucleic Acid–Binding Fold},
  author={Mark Bycroft and Tim J. P. Hubbard and Mark R. Proctor and Stefan M. V. Freund and Alexey G. Murzin},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1997},
  volume={88},
  pages={235-242}
}

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