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List of co-cited articles
45 articles co-cited >1



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The RNA moiety of ribonuclease P is the catalytic subunit of the enzyme.
C Guerrier-Takada, K Gardiner, T Marsh, N Pace, S Altman. Cell 1983
66

RNase P: interface of the RNA and protein worlds.
Donald Evans, Steven M Marquez, Norman R Pace. Trends Biochem Sci 2006
151
66

The pre-tRNA nucleotide base and 2'-hydroxyl at N(-1) contribute to fidelity in tRNA processing by RNase P.
Nathan H Zahler, Lei Sun, Eric L Christian, Michael E Harris. J Mol Biol 2005
37
50

Catalysis by RNase P RNA: unique features and unprecedented active site plasticity.
Tina Persson, Simona Cuzic, Roland K Hartmann. J Biol Chem 2003
43
50



Evidence that substrate-specific effects of C5 protein lead to uniformity in binding and catalysis by RNase P.
Lei Sun, Frank E Campbell, Nathan H Zahler, Michael E Harris. EMBO J 2006
62
50



The enigma of ribonuclease P evolution.
Enno Hartmann, Roland K Hartmann. Trends Genet 2003
102
50

Structural perspective on the activation of RNAse P RNA by protein.
Amy H Buck, Alexei V Kazantsev, Andrew B Dalby, Norman R Pace. Nat Struct Mol Biol 2005
57
50

Molecular modeling of the three-dimensional structure of the bacterial RNase P holoenzyme.
Hsin-Yue Tsai, Benoît Masquida, Roopa Biswas, Eric Westhof, Venkat Gopalan. J Mol Biol 2003
82
50

Protein activation of a ribozyme: the role of bacterial RNase P protein.
Amy H Buck, Andrew B Dalby, Alexander W Poole, Alexei V Kazantsev, Norman R Pace. EMBO J 2005
73
50



Cross talk between the +73/294 interaction and the cleavage site in RNase P RNA mediated cleavage.
Mathias Brännvall, Ema Kikovska, Leif A Kirsebom. Nucleic Acids Res 2004
29
33

Studies on Escherichia coli RNase P RNA with Zn2+ as the catalytic cofactor.
Simona Cuzic, Roland K Hartmann. Nucleic Acids Res 2005
17
33







Potential contact sites between the protein and RNA subunit in the Bacillus subtilis RNase P holoenzyme.
Christoph Rox, Ralph Feltens, Thomas Pfeiffer, Roland K Hartmann. J Mol Biol 2002
21
33

Structural basis of a ribozyme's thermostability: P1-L9 interdomain interaction in RNase P RNA.
Michal Marszalkowski, Dagmar K Willkomm, Roland K Hartmann. RNA 2008
14
33

Probing the architecture of the B. subtilis RNase P holoenzyme active site by cross-linking and affinity cleavage.
Somashekarappa Niranjanakumari, Jeremy J Day-Storms, Mahiuddin Ahmed, John Hsieh, Nathan H Zahler, Ronald A Venters, Carol A Fierke. RNA 2007
29
33






Thermostable RNase P RNAs lacking P18 identified in the Aquificales.
Michal Marszalkowski, Jan-Hendrik Teune, Gerhard Steger, Roland K Hartmann, Dagmar K Willkomm. RNA 2006
13
33



Type A and B RNase P RNAs are interchangeable in vivo despite substantial biophysical differences.
Barbara Wegscheid, Ciarán Condon, Roland K Hartmann. EMBO Rep 2006
36
33


RNase P without RNA: identification and functional reconstitution of the human mitochondrial tRNA processing enzyme.
Johann Holzmann, Peter Frank, Esther Löffler, Keiryn L Bennett, Christopher Gerner, Walter Rossmanith. Cell 2008
370
33

Bacterial RNase P: a new view of an ancient enzyme.
Alexei V Kazantsev, Norman R Pace. Nat Rev Microbiol 2006
136
33

The residue immediately upstream of the RNase P cleavage site is a positive determinant.
Mathias Brännvall, B M Fredrik Pettersson, Leif A Kirsebom. Biochimie 2002
36
33

Evidence for a polynuclear metal ion binding site in the catalytic domain of ribonuclease P RNA.
Eric L Christian, Nicholas M Kaye, Michael E Harris. EMBO J 2002
40
33

Recognition of a pre-tRNA substrate by the Bacillus subtilis RNase P holoenzyme.
A Loria, S Niranjanakumari, C A Fierke, T Pan. Biochemistry 1998
60
33

Recognition of the 5' leader of pre-tRNA substrates by the active site of ribonuclease P.
Nathan H Zahler, Eric L Christian, Michael E Harris. RNA 2003
65
33


Lead-ion-induced cleavage of RNase P RNA.
J Ciesiolka, W D Hardt, J Schlegl, V A Erdmann, R K Hartmann. Eur J Biochem 1994
70
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Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.