Resources for Plant Cytoplasmic Ribosomal Proteins
Plant RPs Location
We labeled the RP subunits on the architecture of Triticum aestivum 80S ribosome according to the new nomenclature.
Figure legend: Proteins in salmon, paleyellow, orange and red belong to the large subunit whereas proteins in cyan, marine, purpleblue and forest belong to the small subunit. rRNA is represented in gray. We also labeled the approximate positions of the ribosomal active sites: the A (aminoacyl-tRNA) site, the P (peptidyl-tRNA) site,the E (tRNA-exit) site, the entry and exit channels of the mRNA, and the polypeptide exit tunnel on the ribosome.
If you want display the structure yourself, you could download our TaeCRP 80S PyMOL session file and analysis it using PyMOL (version 2.2 or higher). If you want to get more annotated structures for cytoplasmic ribosomes from bacteria, yeast and human, as well as mitochondrial and chloroplast ribosomes, you could visit the Ban Lab.
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