6 edition of RNA - Ligand Interactions, Part A (Methods in Enzymology, Volume 317) (Methods in Enzymology) found in the catalog.
May 2000 by Academic Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||John N. Abelson (Editor), Melvin I. Simon (Editor), Daniel W. Celander (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||549|
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LigandRNA: computational predictor of RNA–ligand interactions Anna Philips, 1, 2 Kaja Milanowska, 1, 2 Grzegorz Łach, 1 and Janusz M. Bujnicki 1, 2, 3 1 Laboratory of Bioinformatics and Protein Engineering, International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, Warsaw, Poland The RRE RNA was annealed by being heated to 95 °C for 2 min and then cooled to room temperature over 1 h.
Fl-Rev with RRE. A 2-fold dilution series of unlabeled RRE RNA was prepared in 25 nM Fl-Rev and 5% dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), with the ﬁnal concentrations of RRE RNA ranging from 2 μM to nM.
Samples were incubated on ice for at RNA and protein molecules interact to perform translation, splicing, and other fundamental processes.
These interactions are defined by their strength and specificity, but it remains infeasible to experimentally measure these properties for all biologically important RNA–protein complexes.
Development of computational strategies for calculating RNA–protein energetics has been hindered by A Small Molecule Microarray Platform To Select RNA Internal Loop−Ligand Interactions Jessica L. Childs-Disney, Meilan Wu, Alexei Pushechnikov, Olga Aminova and Matthew D.
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Daniel W. Celander, John N. Abelson RNA-Ligand Interactions, Part A, its companion, VOLUME focuses on structural biology methods. The critically acclaimed laboratory standard for more than forty years, Methods in Enzymology is one of the most highly respected publications in the field of biochemistry.
Sinceeach volume has been eagerly awaited, frequently consulted, and RNA-Ligand Interactions, Part A focuses on structural biology methods. Major topics covered include semisynthetic methodologies (RNA synthetic methods and derivatization of RNA); RNA structure determination (X-ray crystallography, NMR, EM); techniques for monitoring RNA conformation and dynamics (solution methods and electrophoretic and spectroscopic methods); and modeling tertiary Analyzing Known RNA–Protein Interactions Assaying the interaction between a specific RNA and protein is straightforward.
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Biological Research Protocol Books >> Biochemistry and Molecular Biology >> Nucleic Acids >> RNA. Definition of RNA - Ribonucleic acid (RNA) is one of two forms of nucleic acids and it is responsible for transferring information from the hereditary DNA into a form that is used and expressed by an romolecules.
Their text book is intended for under- graduate and graduate courses and also for the expe- rienced researcher. Part III concerns the relation be- tween structure and properties and the mechanisms underlying biological function.
The topics covered include ligand interactions at equilibrium and the(81) A variety of novel methods for these studies have emerged in recent years, and Methods for Studying DNA/Drug Interactions highlights new and non-conventional methods for exploring nucleic acid/ligand interactions.
Designed to present drug-developing companies with a survey of possible future techniques, the book compares their drawbacks and RNA-Ligand Interactions, Part B focuses on molecular biology methods.
Major topics covered include: solution probe methods, tethered-probe methodologies, in vitro affinity selection methodologies, genetic methodologies for detecting RNA-protein interactions, protein engineering methodologies useful for RNA-protein interaction studies, and cell biology :// RNA is an important therapeutic target but information about RNA-ligand interactions is limited.
Here, we report a screening method that probes over 3, combinations of RNA motif-small Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) technology with biosensor surfaces has become a widely-used tool for the study of nucleic acid interactions without any labeling requirements.
The method provides simultaneous kinetic and equilibrium characterization of the interactions of biomolecules as well as small molecule-biopolymer :// Fluorescence anisotropy provides a powerful method to quantitatively characterize kinetic and thermodynamic parameters for many RNA–ligand interactions.
By manipulating assay design, it is possible to extract equilibrium binding constants down to the low or even sub-nanomolar range, as well as measure reaction on- and off-rates, changes in 4 Inhibitors of the Tat–TAR Interactions.
Chimmanamada U. Dinesh and Tariq M. Rana Introduction. Mechanism of Transcriptional Activation by Tat. Tat–TAR Interactions. RNA as a Small Molecule Drug Target. Ligands for TAR RNA. TAR RNA Bulge Binders. Targeting Multiple Sites in TAR The ability of a protein to bind selectively and with high affinity to a ligand depends on the formation of a set of weak, noncovalent bonds—hydrogen bonds, ionic bonds, and van der Waals attractions—plus favorable hydrophobic interactions (see Panelpp.
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Unmatched in its breadth and quality, around specialists from all over the world share their up-to-date expertise and experiences, including hundreds of protocols, complete with explanations, and Protein–ligand interactions may affect both protein conformation and biological activity.
However, for many bioactive compounds, knowledge is lacking of their molecular targets, their effects on protein structure, and how they can modulate different cellular pathways and functions. Studies providing such information are welcomed and will help Indeed, protein–ligand interactions may affect both protein conformation and biological activity.
However, for many bioactive compounds there is a lack of knowledge of their molecular targets, their effects on protein structure, and how they can modulate different cellular pathways and :// A variety of NMR methods have been introduced to study ligand-protein interactions.
These methods include one- two- and three-dimensional NMR experiments. Many studies, to date, proved the power of stable-isotope labelling and isotope-edited NMR in the investigation of ligand-protein :// This volume looks at the different spectroscopic and biophysical methods used by researchers to study the structure and folding of RNA, and interactions.
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Like protein receptor–ligand pairs, their binding dynamics are traditionally categorized as following one of two paradigmatic mechanisms: conformational selection and induced fit.
In conformat PCCP Perspectives Drug-DNA interaction. DNA as carrier of genetic information is a major target for drug interaction because of the ability to interfere with transcription (gene expression and protein synthesis) and DNA replication, a major step in cell growth and Aminoglycoside targeting of ribosomal RNA is a well-known success story, and mRNAs and tRNAs have also served as therapeutic targets as well as model systems for understanding RNA-ligand Specific areas of research include protein-ligand interactions for drug discovery, RNA structure prediction and biomaterials design.
In collaboration with other experimental groups, we utilize computer modeling and simulations to understand these complex biomolecular systems and to discover molecules for treating disease and improving human ://?page_id=.
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