Zeitschriftenartikel (11)

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    Kostrewa, D.; Zeller, M. E.; Armache, K.-J.; Seizl, M.; Leike, K.; Thomm, M.; Cramer, P.: RNA polymerase II–TFIIB structure and mechanism of transcription initiation. Nature 462 (7271), S. 323 - 330 (2009)
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    Sydow, J. F.; Cramer, P.: RNA polymerase fidelity and transcriptional proofreading. Current Opinion in Structural Biology 19 (6) (2009)
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    Damsma, G. E.; Cramer, P.: Molecular basis of transcriptional mutagenesis at 8-Oxoguanine. Journal of Biological Chemistry 284 (46) (2009)
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    Dengl, S.; Cramer, P.: Torpedo nuclease Rat1 is insufficient to terminate RNA polymerase II in vitro. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 284 (32), S. 21270 - 21279 (2009)
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    Andrecka, J.; Treutlein, B.; Arcusa, M. A. I.; Muschielok, A.; Lewis, R.; Cheung, A. C. M.; Cramer, P.; Michaelis, J.: Nano positioning system reveals the course of upstream and nontemplate DNA within the RNA polymerase II elongation complex. Nucleic Acids Research 37 (17) (2009)
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    Sydow, J. F.; Brueckner, F.; Cheung, A. C.M.; Damsma, G. E.; Dengl, S.; Lehmann, E.; Vassylyev, D.; Cramer, P.: Structural basis of transcription: Mismatch-specific fidelity mechanisms and paused RNA polymerase II with frayed RNA. Molecular Cell 34 (6) (2009)
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    Brueckner, F.; Ortiz, J.; Cramer, P.: A movie of the RNA polymerase nucleotide addition cycle. Current Opinion in Structural Biology 19 (3), S. 294 - 299 (2009)
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    Dengl, S.; Mayer, A.; Sun, M.; Cramer, P.: Structure and in vivo requirement of the yeast Spt6 SH2 domain. Journal of Molecular Biology 389 (1), S. 211 - 225 (2009)
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    Brueckner, F.; Armache, K. J.; Cheung, A.; Damsma, G. E.; Kettenberger, H.; Lehmann, E.; Sydow, J.; Cramer, P.: Structure–function studies of the RNA polymerase II elongation complex. Acta Crystallographica Section D: Biological Crystallography 65 (2), S. 112 - 120 (2009)
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    Reich, C.; Zeller, M.; Milkereit, P.; Hausner, W.; Cramer, P.; Tschochner, H.; Thomm, M.: The archaeal RNA polymerase subunit P and the eukaryotic polymerase subunit Rpb12 are interchangeable in vivo and in vitro. Molecular Microbiology 71 (4), S. 989 - 1002 (2009)
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    Koschubs, T.; Seizl, M.; Larivière, L.; Kurth, F.; Baumli, S.; Martin, D. E.; Cramer, P.: Identification, structure, and functional requirement of the Mediator submodule Med7N/31. The EMBO Journal 28 (1), S. 69 - 80 (2009)

Editorial (1)

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    Cramer, P.; Arnold, E.: Proteins: how RNA polymerases work. Current Opinion in Structural Biology 19 (6) (2009)
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