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Our findings indicate that N-terminal domain-driven oligomerization spatially separates the adjoining highly aggregation-prone, C-terminal low-complexity domains of consecutive TDP monomers, thereby preventing low-complexity domain inter-molecular interactions and antagonizing the formation of pathologic aggregates. Our website will not work properly. This is version 1. Find similar proteins by: Warning You are using a web browser that we do not support. Macromolecule Content Total Structure Weight: Deposition Data Deposited Date:

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View more in-depth experimental data. Physiological TDP oligomerization is mediated by its N-terminal domain, which can adopt dynamic, solenoid-like structures, as revealed by a 2.

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Physiological TDP oligomerization is mediated by its N-terminal domain, which can adopt dynamic, solenoid-like structures, as revealed by a 2. Deposition Data Deposited Date: View more in-depth experimental data. Warning You are using a web browser that we do not support. Macromolecule Content Total Structure Weight: This is 3dd 1.

Experimental Data Snapshot Method: Deposition Data Deposited Date: Please update to a newer version or download a new web browser, such as Chrome or Firefox. Here the authors combine X-ray crystallography, nuclear magnetic resonance and electron microscopy studies and show that physiological oligomerization of TDP is mediated through its N-terminal domain, which forms functional and dynamic oligomers antagonizing pathologic aggregation.

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Here the authors combine X-ray crystallography, nuclear magnetic resonance and electron microscopy studies and show that physiological oligomerization of TDP is mediated through its N-terminal domain, which forms functional and dynamic oligomers antagonizing pathologic 3r. Our website will not work properly.

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Initial release Version 1. These head-to-tail TDP oligomers are unique among known RNA-binding proteins and represent the functional form of the protein in vivo, since their destabilization results in loss of alternative splicing regulation of known neuronal RNA targets. Warning You are using a 3c browser that we do not support.

This is version 1. TDP aggregation is observed in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Our findings indicate that N-terminal domain-driven oligomerization spatially separates the adjoining highly aggregation-prone, C-terminal afrzo domains of consecutive TDP monomers, thereby preventing low-complexity domain inter-molecular interactions and antagonizing the formation of pathologic aggregates.

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Macromolecule Content Total Structure Weight: Our website will not work properly. Go to Gene View: Here, we report that physiological nuclear TDP in mouse and human brain forms homo-oligomers that are resistant to cellular stress. Here, we report that physiologica Find similar proteins by: Go to Gene View: Find similar proteins zfroz Experimental Data Snapshot Method: Please update to a newer version or download a new web browser, such as Chrome or Firefox.

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TDP is a primarily nuclear RNA-binding protein, whose abnormal phosphorylation and cytoplasmic aggregation characterizes affected neurons in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and frontotemporal dementia.

These head-to-tail TDP oligomers are unique among known RNA-binding proteins and aforz the functional form of the protein in vivo, since their destabilization results in loss of alternative splicing regulation of known neuronal RNA targets. TDP aggregation is observed in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

Here, we report that physiological nuclear TDP in mouse and human brain forms homo-oligomers that are resistant to cellular stress.

TDP is a primarily nuclear RNA-binding protein, whose abnormal phosphorylation and cytoplasmic aggregation characterizes affected neurons in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and frontotemporal dementia.

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