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Visualizing the structure and mechanism of a small nucleolytic ribozyme


Time-resolved crystallography has recently evolved into a powerful and invaluabletechnique for observing conformational and chemical intermediate states ator near atomic resolution in protein enzymes. The application of monochromatic time-resolved X-ray crystallographic freeze-trapping experiments to an RNA enzyme, the hammerhead ribozyme, is outlined here. © 2002 Elsevier Science (USA). All rights reserved.

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