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Volume 23 Issue 9, September 2016

m1A and m1G modifications disrupt base-pairing within RNA, but not DNA, duplexes. Cover art by Erin Dewalt based on an image by alashi/Getty (p 803)

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  • Bacteria and phages are engaged in a molecular arms race, constantly coevolving to best each other. The crystal structure of the anti-CRISPR protein AcrF3 bound to Cas3, an essential component of CRISPR-based immunity, sheds light on how phages have found ways to suppress bacterial immunity.

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  • Cells deploy the Hsp100 family of ATP-dependent machines to work with cellular chaperones in dismantling dangerous protein aggregates. New studies reveal an unprecedented spiral structure that provides mechanistic insight into the protein disaggregase Hsp104.

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  • In this Review, the authors discuss recent advances in understanding how post-translational modifications of the RNA polymerase II C-terminal domain (CTD) regulate transcription and RNA processing events and control gene expression.

    • Justyna Zaborowska
    • Sylvain Egloff
    • Shona Murphy
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