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Hamster nucleolin RNA recognition motifs 1-2 (blue) complex with RNA (green) (PDB code 1rkj)

3D structures of nucleolin

Updated on 24-July-2019

2krr – hNCL RBD1-2 – human - NMR
2fc8, 2fc9 – hNCL RRM_1 domain - NMR
1rkj, 1fje – haNCL RBD1-2 + RNA – hamster - NMR
1fj7 – haNCL RBD1 - NMR
1fjc – haNCL RBD2 - NMR


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