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Figure 9

Figure 9. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

Evolution of aaRS complexes in eukaryotes.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 8

Figure 8. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

UNE domains as found in human aaRSs.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 6

Figure 6. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

Structure of WHEP domains in aaRSs.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

Evolution of N-helix in eukaryotic AspRS and LysRS.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 14

Figure 14. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

CMT2D-causing mutations generate structural metamorphosis of GlyRS.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 10

Figure 10. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

Multi-aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase complex (MSC) in higher eukaryotes.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 13

Figure 13. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

Post-translational modifications generate structural metamorphosis of LysRS.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

Elaboration of new domains and sequence additions on aaRSs during the evolution of eukaryotes.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 7

Figure 7. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

Leucine zippers in human ArgRS and aaRS-associated MSC p43/AIMP1 and p38/AIMP2.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

New domains and sequence additions as found in human aaRSs.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

Phylogenetic analysis of GST domains from aaRSs and other GST-containing proteins.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 15

Figure 15. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

Structural metamorphosis of aaRSs generated by quaternary structure changes.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 11

Figure 11. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

Appended domains join to TyrRS (A) and TrpRS (B) enzyme cores via flexible linkers that serve as cleavage sites for the activation of novel functions of TyrRS and TrpRS.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

The structure of E. coli Trbp111 and the structures of the EMAPII domain from human MSC p43 and human TyrRS. The potential cytokine motif in EMAPII domains is labeled in yellow.

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.
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Figure 12

Figure 12. From: Architecture and Metamorphosis.

Alternative splicing generates structural resections of aaRSs. A. Human TrpRS and its splicing isoform; B. Human HisRS and its splicing isoform; C–D. Structure of human full-length HisRS (C) and the alternatively spliced isoform (D).

Min Guo, et al. Top Curr Chem. ;344:89-118.

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