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ISSN: 2059-7983

October 2022 issue

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Cover illustration: The quorum-sensing regulator, RdfS, forms a helical filament with eightfold screw symmetry [Verdonk et al. (2022), Acta Cryst. D78, 1210–1220].


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An introduction to the Proceedings of the 2020 CCP4 Study Weekend on model building which are available as a virtual issue at

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Differences between the binding of RNA and DNA in S1 nuclease were analysed using X-ray crystallography. In order to properly interpret the obtained diffraction data, a correction for multiple lattice-translocation defects was applied.

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The X-ray crystallographic structure of RdfS reveals molecular superhelical polymers in the crystal.

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The structure of the elaiophylin glycosyltransferase homodimer reveals a novel model of a self-activating form of a member of glycosyltransferase family 1 that binds the symmetric substrate.

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A computational method for obtaining the time-dependent intermediate scattering function of supported membrane stacks is presented.

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This study describes the structure of the chloroplast ribosome-associated molecular chaperone trigger factor at 2.6 Å resolution. It is shown that this eukaryotic trigger factor has evolved specific structural features in plants that are distinct from those of the bacterial homolog, contributing to a better understanding of co-translational protein folding in plastids.

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