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    Models of potential secondary structure of helix 9 in the 23S rRNA primary transcript of the following strains (asterisks indicate sequences obtained from the data bank, the other sequences were determined in our laboratory, and EMBL accession numbers are in parentheses): A, R. rubrum DSM 107 (AJ251267); B, R. sphaeroides WS8 (AJ251261); C, R. sphaeroides 17023 (AJ251260); D, R. capsulatus B10 (AJ251256); E, R. capsulatus 37b4 (AJ251255); F, R. capsulatus DSM 938* (reference 11); G, R. palustris 5D (AJ251262); H, B. japonicum 110* (reference 17); I, B. bacilliformis KC 584* (reference 22); J, B. henselae ATCC 49882 (AJ251257); K, S. fredii MSDJ 1536 (AJ251258); L, R. giardinii H152 (AJ251263); M, R. etli CFN 42 (AJ251265); R. etli Viking I (AJ251266); O, R. gallicum R602 (AJ251259), R. leguminosarum ATCC 10004 (AJ251264). (B to F) Rhodobacter group of helices. Boxes with highly conservative base pair occupation, specific for this group, are indicated. The differences between the sequences shown in panels E and F are in boldface letters. (G to P) Rhizobium-Bradyrhizobium group of helices. Boxes with highly conservative base pair occupation, specific for this group, are indicated. In panels G and H, sequences of high similarity around the putative deletion and/or insertion site are underlined. Arrows indicate the approximate positions of the RNase III processing sites as determined by RNA fragment length estimation (Table ​(Table4).4). Arrows on the left side of the helices indicate 5′-processing sites; arrows on the right side of the helices indicate 3′-processing sites. Filled arrowheads indicate primary processing sites; empty arrowheads indicate secondary processing sites.
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    Article Title: RNase III Processing of Intervening Sequences Found in Helix 9 of 23S rRNA in the Alpha Subclass of Proteobacteria

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    Models of potential secondary structure of helix 9 in the 23S rRNA primary transcript of the following strains (asterisks indicate sequences obtained from the data bank, the other sequences were determined in our laboratory, and EMBL accession numbers are in parentheses): A, R. rubrum DSM 107 (AJ251267); B, R. sphaeroides WS8 (AJ251261); C, R. sphaeroides 17023 (AJ251260); D, R. capsulatus B10 (AJ251256); E, R. capsulatus 37b4 (AJ251255); F, R. capsulatus DSM 938* (reference 11); G, R. palustris 5D (AJ251262); H, B. japonicum 110* (reference 17); I, B. bacilliformis KC 584* (reference 22); J, B. henselae ATCC 49882 (AJ251257); K, S. fredii MSDJ 1536 (AJ251258); L, R. giardinii H152 (AJ251263); M, R. etli CFN 42 (AJ251265); R. etli Viking I (AJ251266); O, R. gallicum R602 (AJ251259), R. leguminosarum ATCC 10004 (AJ251264). (B to F) Rhodobacter group of helices. Boxes with highly conservative base pair occupation, specific for this group, are indicated. The differences between the sequences shown in panels E and F are in boldface letters. (G to P) Rhizobium-Bradyrhizobium group of helices. Boxes with highly conservative base pair occupation, specific for this group, are indicated. In panels G and H, sequences of high similarity around the putative deletion and/or insertion site are underlined. Arrows indicate the approximate positions of the RNase III processing sites as determined by RNA fragment length estimation (Table ​(Table4).4). Arrows on the left side of the helices indicate 5′-processing sites; arrows on the right side of the helices indicate 3′-processing sites. Filled arrowheads indicate primary processing sites; empty arrowheads indicate secondary processing sites.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Models of potential secondary structure of helix 9 in the 23S rRNA primary transcript of the following strains (asterisks indicate sequences obtained from the data bank, the other sequences were determined in our laboratory, and EMBL accession numbers are in parentheses): A, R. rubrum DSM 107 (AJ251267); B, R. sphaeroides WS8 (AJ251261); C, R. sphaeroides 17023 (AJ251260); D, R. capsulatus B10 (AJ251256); E, R. capsulatus 37b4 (AJ251255); F, R. capsulatus DSM 938* (reference 11); G, R. palustris 5D (AJ251262); H, B. japonicum 110* (reference 17); I, B. bacilliformis KC 584* (reference 22); J, B. henselae ATCC 49882 (AJ251257); K, S. fredii MSDJ 1536 (AJ251258); L, R. giardinii H152 (AJ251263); M, R. etli CFN 42 (AJ251265); R. etli Viking I (AJ251266); O, R. gallicum R602 (AJ251259), R. leguminosarum ATCC 10004 (AJ251264). (B to F) Rhodobacter group of helices. Boxes with highly conservative base pair occupation, specific for this group, are indicated. The differences between the sequences shown in panels E and F are in boldface letters. (G to P) Rhizobium-Bradyrhizobium group of helices. Boxes with highly conservative base pair occupation, specific for this group, are indicated. In panels G and H, sequences of high similarity around the putative deletion and/or insertion site are underlined. Arrows indicate the approximate positions of the RNase III processing sites as determined by RNA fragment length estimation (Table ​(Table4).4). Arrows on the left side of the helices indicate 5′-processing sites; arrows on the right side of the helices indicate 3′-processing sites. Filled arrowheads indicate primary processing sites; empty arrowheads indicate secondary processing sites.

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    Models of potential secondary structure of helix 9 in the 23S rRNA primary transcript of the following strains (asterisks indicate sequences obtained from the data bank, the other sequences were determined in our laboratory, and EMBL accession numbers are in parentheses): A, R. rubrum DSM 107 (AJ251267); B, R. sphaeroides WS8 (AJ251261); C, R. sphaeroides 17023 (AJ251260); D, R. capsulatus B10 (AJ251256); E, R. capsulatus 37b4 (AJ251255); F, R. capsulatus DSM 938* (reference 11); G, R. palustris 5D (AJ251262); H, B. japonicum 110* (reference 17); I, B. bacilliformis KC 584* (reference 22); J, B. henselae ATCC 49882 (AJ251257); K, S. fredii MSDJ 1536 (AJ251258); L, R. giardinii H152 (AJ251263); M, R. etli CFN 42 (AJ251265); R. etli Viking I (AJ251266); O, R. gallicum R602 (AJ251259), R. leguminosarum ATCC 10004 (AJ251264). (B to F) Rhodobacter group of helices. Boxes with highly conservative base pair occupation, specific for this group, are indicated. The differences between the sequences shown in panels E and F are in boldface letters. (G to P) Rhizobium-Bradyrhizobium group of helices. Boxes with highly conservative base pair occupation, specific for this group, are indicated. In panels G and H, sequences of high similarity around the putative deletion and/or insertion site are underlined. Arrows indicate the approximate positions of the RNase III processing sites as determined by RNA fragment length estimation (Table ​(Table4).4). Arrows on the left side of the helices indicate 5′-processing sites; arrows on the right side of the helices indicate 3′-processing sites. Filled arrowheads indicate primary processing sites; empty arrowheads indicate secondary processing sites.
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    1) Product Images from "RNase III Processing of Intervening Sequences Found in Helix 9 of 23S rRNA in the Alpha Subclass of Proteobacteria"

    Article Title: RNase III Processing of Intervening Sequences Found in Helix 9 of 23S rRNA in the Alpha Subclass of Proteobacteria

    Journal:

    doi:

    Models of potential secondary structure of helix 9 in the 23S rRNA primary transcript of the following strains (asterisks indicate sequences obtained from the data bank, the other sequences were determined in our laboratory, and EMBL accession numbers are in parentheses): A, R. rubrum DSM 107 (AJ251267); B, R. sphaeroides WS8 (AJ251261); C, R. sphaeroides 17023 (AJ251260); D, R. capsulatus B10 (AJ251256); E, R. capsulatus 37b4 (AJ251255); F, R. capsulatus DSM 938* (reference 11); G, R. palustris 5D (AJ251262); H, B. japonicum 110* (reference 17); I, B. bacilliformis KC 584* (reference 22); J, B. henselae ATCC 49882 (AJ251257); K, S. fredii MSDJ 1536 (AJ251258); L, R. giardinii H152 (AJ251263); M, R. etli CFN 42 (AJ251265); R. etli Viking I (AJ251266); O, R. gallicum R602 (AJ251259), R. leguminosarum ATCC 10004 (AJ251264). (B to F) Rhodobacter group of helices. Boxes with highly conservative base pair occupation, specific for this group, are indicated. The differences between the sequences shown in panels E and F are in boldface letters. (G to P) Rhizobium-Bradyrhizobium group of helices. Boxes with highly conservative base pair occupation, specific for this group, are indicated. In panels G and H, sequences of high similarity around the putative deletion and/or insertion site are underlined. Arrows indicate the approximate positions of the RNase III processing sites as determined by RNA fragment length estimation (Table ​(Table4).4). Arrows on the left side of the helices indicate 5′-processing sites; arrows on the right side of the helices indicate 3′-processing sites. Filled arrowheads indicate primary processing sites; empty arrowheads indicate secondary processing sites.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Models of potential secondary structure of helix 9 in the 23S rRNA primary transcript of the following strains (asterisks indicate sequences obtained from the data bank, the other sequences were determined in our laboratory, and EMBL accession numbers are in parentheses): A, R. rubrum DSM 107 (AJ251267); B, R. sphaeroides WS8 (AJ251261); C, R. sphaeroides 17023 (AJ251260); D, R. capsulatus B10 (AJ251256); E, R. capsulatus 37b4 (AJ251255); F, R. capsulatus DSM 938* (reference 11); G, R. palustris 5D (AJ251262); H, B. japonicum 110* (reference 17); I, B. bacilliformis KC 584* (reference 22); J, B. henselae ATCC 49882 (AJ251257); K, S. fredii MSDJ 1536 (AJ251258); L, R. giardinii H152 (AJ251263); M, R. etli CFN 42 (AJ251265); R. etli Viking I (AJ251266); O, R. gallicum R602 (AJ251259), R. leguminosarum ATCC 10004 (AJ251264). (B to F) Rhodobacter group of helices. Boxes with highly conservative base pair occupation, specific for this group, are indicated. The differences between the sequences shown in panels E and F are in boldface letters. (G to P) Rhizobium-Bradyrhizobium group of helices. Boxes with highly conservative base pair occupation, specific for this group, are indicated. In panels G and H, sequences of high similarity around the putative deletion and/or insertion site are underlined. Arrows indicate the approximate positions of the RNase III processing sites as determined by RNA fragment length estimation (Table ​(Table4).4). Arrows on the left side of the helices indicate 5′-processing sites; arrows on the right side of the helices indicate 3′-processing sites. Filled arrowheads indicate primary processing sites; empty arrowheads indicate secondary processing sites.

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