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How to Change the Oligomeric State of a Circular Protein Assembly: Switch from 11-Subunit to 12-Subunit TRAP Suggests a General Mechanism

Multisubunit circular proteins play key roles in a variety of biological mechanisms. A number of proteins including bacterial toxins [1], viral portal proteins [2], flagellar motor proteins [3], [4], Sm-like proteins [5], components of the type III secretion system [6] and protective antigen of anthrax toxin [7], [8] can form circular oligomers with alternative oligomeric states. In some cases, for example for the viral portal proteins, a single functional oligomeric state is found in vivo and it is not known if the alternative oligomeric states are active.

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How to Change the Oligomeric State of a Circular Protein Assembly: Switch from 11-Subunit to 12-Subunit TRAP Suggests a General Mechanism

Multisubunit circular proteins play key roles in a variety of biological mechanisms. A number of proteins including bacterial toxins [1], viral portal proteins [2], flagellar motor proteins [3], [4], Sm-like proteins [5], components of the type III secretion system [6] and protective antigen of anthrax toxin [7], [8] can form circular oligomers with alternative oligomeric states. In some cases, for example for the viral portal proteins, a single functional oligomeric state is found in vivo and it is not known if the alternative oligomeric states are active.

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How to Change the Oligomeric State of a Circular Protein Assembly: Switch from 11-Subunit to 12-Subunit TRAP Suggests a General Mechanism

Multisubunit circular proteins play key roles in a variety of biological mechanisms. A number of proteins including bacterial toxins [1], viral portal proteins [2], flagellar motor proteins [3], [4], Sm-like proteins [5], components of the type III secretion system [6] and protective antigen of anthrax toxin [7], [8] can form circular oligomers with alternative oligomeric states. In some cases, for example for the viral portal proteins, a single functional oligomeric state is found in vivo and it is not known if the alternative oligomeric states are active.

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