Vault nanocapsule dissociation into halves triggered at low pH.


Vaults are self-assembled ribonucleoprotein nanocapsules that consist of multiple copies of three proteins (major vault protein, VPARP, and TEP1) and an untranslated RNA. Although their function has not been determined, vaults are found in nearly all eukaryotic cells. This study describes the use of fluorescence spectroscopy, multiangle laser light… (More)


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