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A role for ubiquitin in the spliceosome assembly pathway.Academic Article Why?
Assembly of ribosomes and spliceosomes: complex ribonucleoprotein machines.Academic Article Why?
Cryo-electron microscopy snapshots of the spliceosome: structural insights into a dynamic ribonucleoprotein machine.Academic Article Why?
Cryo-EM structure of the spliceosome immediately after branching.Academic Article Why?
CryoEM structures of two spliceosomal complexes: starter and dessert at the spliceosome feast.Academic Article Why?
Evidence for a group II intron-like catalytic triplex in the spliceosome.Academic Article Why?
Mechanical devices of the spliceosome: motors, clocks, springs, and things.Academic Article Why?
Metal ion catalysis during group II intron self-splicing: parallels with the spliceosome.Academic Article Why?
Postcatalytic spliceosome structure reveals mechanism of 3'-splice site selection.Academic Article Why?
Spliceosome discards intermediates via the DEAH box ATPase Prp43p.Academic Article Why?
Structural basis for conformational equilibrium of the catalytic spliceosome.Academic Article Why?
Structure of a spliceosome remodelled for exon ligation.Academic Article Why?
A human postcatalytic spliceosome structure reveals essential roles of metazoan factors for exon ligation.Academic Article Why?
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