PDB entry 5vft: Nucleotide-driven Triple-state Remodeling of the AAA-ATPase Channel in the Activated Human 26S Proteasome
PDB entry 5vft
Nucleotide-driven triple-state remodeling of the aaa-atpase channel in the activated human 26s proteasome
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|Experiment type:||Electron Microscopy, resolution 7.00Å|
|Authors:||Zhu, Y., Wang, W.L., Yu, D., Ouyang, Q., Lu, Y., Mao, Y.|
|Species:||Homo sapiens (Human)|
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