"Tudor Domain" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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A conserved, approximately 50 amino acid, protein sequence that adopts a characteristic strongly bent, five stranded anti-parallel beta-sheet barrel-like fold. The Tudor domain recognizes dimethylated ARGININE through its negatively-charged surface and occurs in many proteins that co-localize with RNA; RIBONUCLEOPROTEINS or SINGLE-STRANDED DNA complexes in the CELL NUCLEUS; MITOCHONDRIA; or KINETOCHORES.
- Tudor Domain
- Tudor Motif
- Motif, Tudor
- Motifs, Tudor
- Tudor Motifs
- Tudor Domains
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