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ixatives, etc, so one can be confident the observed complexes represent the native structure. This is a major advance for the structural description of the receptor clusters that appear to be present in all bacteria that chemotax - an enormous array of prokaryotic organisms that share the same general chemotaxis pathway. The bacterial chemotaxis pathway is widely discussed as a paradigm system in signaling biology.

The Structural Basis of Ribozyme-Catalyzed RNA Assembly and its Implications for an RNA World. William Scott, University of California, Santa Cruz.

Professor William G. Scott. just solved the first structure of an RNA ligase. This elegant study reveals the mechanism by which RNA is able to copy itself and directly addresses the "chicken or the egg" problem of what came first, proteins or nucleic acids. It is a wonderful contribution to the biophysical literature and represents absolutely fundamental science.

For more information or press credentials, contact Ellen Weiss at eweiss@biophysics org, or stop by the Society office located in the Charles St. VIP Suite in the Baltimore convention center.


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Contact: Ellen R. Weiss
eweiss@biophysics.org
Biophysical Society
27-Feb-2007


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