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Snu13p is a highly conserved RNA binding protein from Saccharomyces cerevisiae required for both eukaryotic pre-mRNA splicing and pre-rRNA processing. The 1H, 13C, and 15N assignments were determined from multidimensional, multinuclear NMR experiments conducted at 25°C.
Human granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor (hGM-CSF), also known as sargramostim or molgramostin, is a cytokine that functions as a hematopoietic cell growth factor. Here we report a near complete assignment for the backbone and side chain resonances for the mature polypeptide.
We have assigned 1H, 15N and 13C resonances of the Bright/ARID DNA-binding domain from the human JARID1C protein, a newly discovered histone demethylase belonging to the JmjC domain-containing protein family.
SUMO, an important post-translational modifier of variety of substrate proteins, regulates different cellular functions. Here, we report the NMR resonance assignment of the folded and 8 M urea-denatured state of SUMO from Drosophila melanogaster (dsmt3).
Talin is a large dimeric 270 kDa adapter protein which binds the cytoplasmic face of a subset of integrin β-subunits and couples them to the actin cytoskeleton. Here we report the near complete 15N, 13C and 1H chemical shift assignments for the C-terminal actin-binding domain.
UbcH7 is a human E2 conjugating enzyme in the ubiquitin-dependent protein degradation pathway. The resonance assignments of UbcH7 will assist in elucidating the structural basis of interactions that occur within ubiquitination.
51142 contains a 78-residue protein, cce_0567, that falls into the DUF683 family of proteins associated with nitrogen fixation. Here we report the assignment of most of the main chain and 13Cβ side chain resonances of the ∼40 kDa homo-tetramer.
Resistance of cancer cells to oncotherapeutics designed to trigger programmed cell death (a.k.a. apoptosis) greatly limits clinical efficacy. The human FLN29 protein may play a role in this process via protein-protein interactions. Here we report the NMR spectral assignment of the N-terminal...
We report the assignment of a 109 amino acid C-terminal chromo domain of the chloroplast signal recognition particle cpSRP43 subunit. cpSRP43 plays a crucial role in the targeting of light harvesting chlorophyll proteins to the thylakoids.
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