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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : ZnFs / zinc fingers

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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2018 Programed Assembly of Nucleoprotein Nanoparticles Using DNA and Zinc Fingers for Targeted Protein Delivery. NNPs
2018 Splicing Site Recognition by Synergy of Three Domains in Splicing Factor RBM10. RRMs
2017 The long zinc finger domain of PRDM9 forms a highly stable and long-lived complex with its DNA recognition sequence. DSBs, PRDM9
2017 X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy Combined with Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory Elucidates Differential Substitution Pathways of Au(I) and Au(III) with Zinc Fingers. TDDFT, XAS
2015 Recognition of distinct RNA motifs by the clustered CCCH zinc fingers of neuronal protein Unkempt. ---
2014 Diversity of Prdm9 zinc finger array in wild mice unravels new facets of the evolutionary turnover of this coding minisatellite. ---
2014 Structural basis for Klf4 recognition of methylated DNA. KLF4
2011 The four Zn fingers of MBNL1 provide a flexible platform for recognition of its RNA binding elements. MBNL1
2011 The nucleoporin RanBP2 tethers the cAMP effector Epac1 and inhibits its catalytic activity. cAMP, NPC
10  2009 Thermodynamic profiling of HIV RREIIB RNA-zinc finger interactions. RRE
11  2007 Structural and biophysical analysis of the DNA binding properties of myelin transcription factor 1. MyT1
12  2004 Structural studies on a protein-binding zinc-finger domain of Eos reveal both similarities and differences to classical zinc fingers. ---
13  2000 A class of zinc fingers involved in protein-protein interactions biophysical characterization of CCHC fingers from fog and U-shaped. ---
14  1999 The solution structure of the N-terminal zinc finger of GATA-1 reveals a specific binding face for the transcriptional co-factor FOG. NF