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November 08, 2013

Volume 288Issue 45p32106-32820
Open Access
On The Cover: The cover image shows the three-dimensional structure of the V1 moiety of Enterococcus hirae V-ATPase (EhV1). EhV1 is composed of the A3B3DF complex, and the rotor DF rotates unidirectionally in the hexameric stator A3B3 ring upon ATP hydrolysis. In this issue, Minagawa et al. revealed common properties of V1-ATPases as rotary molecular motors, distinct from those of F1-ATPases. For details, see the article by Minagawa et al., pages 32700–32707....
On The Cover: The cover image shows the three-dimensional structure of the V1 moiety of Enterococcus hirae V-ATPase (EhV1). EhV1 is composed of the A3B3DF complex, and the rotor DF rotates unidirectionally in the hexameric stator A3B3 ring upon ATP hydrolysis. In this issue, Minagawa et al. revealed common properties of V1-ATPases as rotary molecular motors, distinct from those of F1-ATPases. For details, see the article by Minagawa et al., pages 32700–32707.

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