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Yonath, Ada E., 1939-.... Sudoc [ABES], France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library ISNI

Yonath, Ada 1939- National Library of Poland German National Library

Yonath, Ada National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO

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2.8-Å Cryo-EM Structure of the Large Ribosomal Subunit from the Eukaryotic Parasite Leishmania Wikidata
2009 Nobels: break or breakthrough for women? Interview by Jeffrey Mervis and Kate Travis. Wikidata
23S rRNA 2058A-->G alteration mediates ketolide resistance in combination with deletion in L22. Wikidata
23S rRNA base pair 2057-2611 determines ketolide susceptibility and fitness cost of the macrolide resistance mutation 2058A-->G. Wikidata
Alterations at the peptidyl transferase centre of the ribosome induced by the synergistic action of the streptogramins dalfopristin and quinupristin Wikidata
Ancient machinery embedded in the contemporary ribosome. Wikidata
Antibiotics acting on the translational machinery. Wikidata
Antibiotics targeting ribosomes: resistance, selectivity, synergism and cellular regulation. Wikidata
Atomic resolution snapshot of Leishmania ribosome inhibition by the aminoglycoside paromomycin. Wikidata
Avilamycin and evernimicin induce structural changes in rProteins uL16 and CTC that enhance the inhibition of A-site tRNA binding Wikidata
Biological implications of the ribosome's stunning stereochemistry. Wikidata
A Bright Future for Antibiotics? Wikidata
Comprehensive genetic selection revealed essential bases in the peptidyl-transferase center Wikidata
A crevice adjoining the ribosome tunnel: hints for cotranslational folding. Wikidata
Crystal structure of demetallized concanavalin A: the metal-binding region Wikidata
Crystal structures of complexes of the small ribosomal subunit with tetracycline, edeine and IF3. Wikidata
Crystals of complexes mimicking protein biosynthesis are suitable for crystallographic studies. Wikidata
Elucidating the medium-resolution structure of ribosomal particles: an interplay between electron cryo-microscopy and X-ray crystallograhy. Wikidata
An exit cavity was crucial to the polymerase activity of the early ribosome Wikidata
The fluctuating ribosome: thermal molecular dynamics characterized by neutron scattering. Wikidata
From peptide-bond formation to cotranslational folding: dynamic, regulatory and evolutionary aspects. Wikidata
Induced-fit tightens pleuromutilins binding to ribosomes and remote interactions enable their selectivity Wikidata
Initiation and inhibition of protein biosynthesis studies at high resolution. Wikidata
Large facilities and the evolving ribosome, the cellular machine for genetic-code translation Wikidata
The linkage between ribosomal crystallography, metal ions, heteropolytungstates and functional flexibility. Wikidata
Low-resolution models for ribosomal particles reconstructed from electron micrographs of tilted two-dimensional sheets. Wikidata
Methods for studying nucleic acid/drug interactions / [ed. by] Meni Wanunu, Yitzhak Tor ; [pref. by Ada Yonath]. NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
Molecular biology: triggering positive competition. Wikidata
A new system for naming ribosomal proteins Wikidata
A novel pleuromutilin antibacterial compound, its binding mode and selectivity mechanism. Wikidata
On the interaction of colicin E3 with the ribosome. Wikidata
Polar bears, antibiotics, and the evolving ribosome (Nobel Lecture). Wikidata
Polymers of tripeptides as collagen models Wikidata
Prediction of the structure of the complex between the 30S ribosomal subunit and colicin E3 via weighted-geometric docking. Wikidata
Protoribosome by quantum kernel energy method Wikidata
A Recombinant Collagen-mRNA Platform for Controllable Protein Synthesis Wikidata
Ribosomal Antibiotics: Contemporary Challenges Wikidata
Ribosomal crystallography: peptide bond formation, chaperone assistance and antibiotics activity. Wikidata
The Ribosomal Protein uL22 Modulates the Shape of the Protein Exit Tunnel. Wikidata
Ribosome's mode of function: myths, facts and recent results. Wikidata
The search and its outcome: high-resolution structures of ribosomal particles from mesophilic, thermophilic, and halophilic bacteria at various functional states. Wikidata
The small ribosomal subunit from Thermus thermophilus at 4.5 A resolution: pattern fittings and the identification of a functional site Wikidata
Structural aspects of recognition and assembly in biological macromolecules proceedings of the Seventh Aharon Katzir-Katchalsky Conference, the Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, and Kibbutz Nof Ginossar, February 24-29, 1980 Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands
Structural basis for the interaction of antibiotics with the peptidyl transferase centre in eubacteria Wikidata
Structural Insight into the Antibiotic Action of Telithromycin against Resistant Mutants Wikidata
Structural insight into the role of the ribosomal tunnel in cellular regulation Wikidata
Structural insights of lincosamides targeting the ribosome of Staphylococcus aureus. Wikidata
The structure of ribosome-lankacidin complex reveals ribosomal sites for synergistic antibiotics Wikidata
The structure of triclinic lysozyme at 2-5 A resolution. Wikidata
Structure of trigger factor binding domain in biologically homologous complex with eubacterial ribosome reveals its chaperone action Wikidata
Symmetry at the active site of the ribosome: structural and functional implications. Wikidata
The transition state for formation of the peptide bond in the ribosome Wikidata

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