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September 2010

Volume 285Issue 38p29033-29670
Open Access
On The Cover: The ATP synthase of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae in the spotlight. The refined crystal structure of the Mg·ADP-inhibited F1c10 complex reveals a new conformation of the catalytic sites and a torsion of the γ-subunit. In the rotor ring, the surrounding of the proton binding site suggests that a hydronium ion could be involved in proton translocation. For details see the article by Dautant et al., pages 29502–29510....
On The Cover: The ATP synthase of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae in the spotlight. The refined crystal structure of the Mg·ADP-inhibited F1c10 complex reveals a new conformation of the catalytic sites and a torsion of the γ-subunit. In the rotor ring, the surrounding of the proton binding site suggests that a hydronium ion could be involved in proton translocation. For details see the article by Dautant et al., pages 29502–29510.

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