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Longest DNA/RNA chain

Image   No. of bases   PDB
code
  Description
  3354   3izf   Model of the large subunit RNA based on a 6.1 a cryo-em map saccharomyces cerevisiae translating 80s ribosome (with es2 conformation)
  3352   3iz9   Model of the large subunit RNA based on a 5.5 a cryo-em map triticum aestivum translating 80s ribosome
  3206   3o58   Yeast 80s ribosome. This entry consists of the 60s subunit o first 80s in the asymmetric unit.
  3206   3o5h   Yeast 80s ribosome. This entry consists of the 60s subunit o second 80s in the asymmetric unit.
  3170   3jyx   Structure of the 60s rrna for eukaryotic ribosome based on c of thermomyces lanuginosus ribosome at 8.9a resolution
  2912   3i8i   Elongation complex of the 70s ribosome with three trnas and entry 3i8i contains 50s ribosomal subnit. The 30s ribosomal can be found in PDB entry 3i8h. Molecule a in the same asym unit is deposited as 3i8f (50s) and 3i8g (30s).
  2909   3i8f   Elongation complex of the 70s ribosome with three trnas and entry 3i8f contains 50s ribosomal subunit. The 30s ribosoma can be found in PDB entry 3i8g. Molecule b in the same asym unit is deposited as 3i8g (30s) and 3i8f (50s).
  2904   1c2w   23s rrna structure fitted to a cryo-electron microscopic map at 7.5 angstroms resolution
  2904   3izt   Structural insights into cognate vs. Near-cognate discrimina during decoding. This entry contains the large subunit of a programmed with a near-cognate codon.
  2904   3izu   Structural insights into cognate vs. Near-cognate discrimina during decoding. This entry contains the large subunit of a programmed with a cognate codon
  2904   3j01   Structure of the ribosome-secye complex in the membrane envi

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