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Volume 8, Number 3, 1 March 2000

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Electrons and X-rays gang up on the ribosome
pp. 41-45(5)
Authors: Davies, C.; White, S.W.

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RNA bulges as architectural and recognition motifs
pp. 47-54(8)
Authors: Hermann, T.; Patel, D.J.

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RNA folding: beyond Watson-Crick pairs
pp. 55-65(11)
Authors: Westhof, E.; Fritsch, V.

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Obituary: Paul Sigler
pp. 67-68(2)
Author: Davies, D.R.

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Paper Alert
pp. 69-74(6)
Authors: Liddington, R.; Frederick, C.; Clarke, J.; Jackson, S.

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The coiled-coil trigger site of the rod domain of cortexillin I unveils a distinct network of interhelical and intrahelical salt bridges
pp. 223-230(8)
Authors: Burkhard, P.; Kammerer, R.A.; Steinmetz, M.O.; Bourenkov, G.P.; Aebi, U.

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Crystal structure of Rab geranylgeranyltransferase at 2.0 ?9 resolution
pp. 241-251(11)
Authors: Zhang, H.; Seabra, M.C.; deisenhofer, J.

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A mutant Shiga-like toxin IIe bound to its receptor Gb3: structure of a group II Shiga-like toxin with altered binding specificity
pp. 253-264(12)
Authors: Ling, H.; Pannu, N.S.; Boodhoo, A.; Armstrong, G.D.; Clark, C.G.; Brunton, J.L.; Read, R.J.

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Crystal structure of human branched-chain α-ketoacid dehydrogenase and the molecular basis of multienzyme complex deficiency in maple syrup urine disease
pp. 277-291(15)
Authors: AEvarsson, A.; Chuang, J.L.; Max Wynn, R.; Turley, S.; Chuang, D.T.; Hol, W.G.

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Crystal structure of cathepsin X: a flip-flop of the ring of His23 allows carboxy-monopeptidase and carboxy-dipeptidase activity of the protease
pp. 305-313(9)
Authors: Guncar, G.; Klemencic, I.; Turk, B.; Turk, V.; Karaoglanovic-Carmona, A.; Juliano, L.; Turk, D.

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The 'fingerprint' that X-rays can leave on structures
pp. 315-328(14)
Authors: Ravelli, R.B.; McSweeney, S.M.

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