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Activating Compound
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4.5S RNA
accelerates the association between Ffh and FtsY 400fold in their GTP-bound form and thereby stimulates GTPase activity
4.5S RNA
stimulates GTPase activity in the SRP-FtsY complex in vitro and is essential for SRP function in vivo
FtsY
GTPase subunit of the bacterial SRP receptor activates Ffh, reciprocal GTPase activation mechanism
FtsY
GTPase subunit of the bacterial SRP receptor, both Ffh and FtsY act as GTPase activating proteins for one another, resulting in a mutual stimulation of GTP hydrolysis by both proteins
FtsY
GTPase subunit of the SRP receptor activates Ffh, Ffh and FtsY reciprocally regulate each other’s GTPase activity
GTP
GTP binding to both the SRP and SR is a prerequisite for the formation of the SRP-SR complex in which GTP hydrolysis is activated in a composite active site
signal recognition particle receptor
SRP and its receptor stimulate each other’s GTPase activity, mechanism of reciprocal activation, substrate twinning activates the signal recognition particle and its receptor
signal recognition particle RNA
SRP RNA, the signal recognition particle RNA distal end triggers GTP hydrolysis in the signal recognition particle protein-SRP receptor GTPase, i.e. Ffh-FtsY GTPase, complex. An intact docking site at the distal end of SRP RNA is required to stimulate GTPase activation. Loop E plays a crucial role in GTPase activation by the SRP RNA
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