The double-stranded RNA-binding motif, a versatile macromolecular docking platform.


The double-stranded RNA-binding motif (dsRBM) is an alphabetabetabetaalpha fold with a well-characterized function to bind structured RNA molecules. This motif is widely distributed in eukaryotic proteins, as well as in proteins from bacteria and viruses. dsRBM-containing proteins are involved in processes ranging from RNA editing to protein phosphorylation… (More)


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