#IFECompound(s)RNA source organismTitleMethodResolutionDate
12VUQ|A (rep)Homo sapiensCrystal structure of a human tRNAGly acceptor stem microhelix (derived from the gene sequence DG9990) at 1.18 Angstroem resolutionX-RAY DIFFRACTION1.182009-03-10
21FL8|AHYPERMODIFIED NUCLEOSIDES IN THE ANTICODON OF TRNALYS STABILIZE A CANONICAL U-TURN STRUCTURESOLUTION NMR2000-10-16
32JLU|CDengue virus 4 NS3 helicase in complex with ssRNAX-RAY DIFFRACTION2.042008-11-25
42JLV|CDengue virus 4 NS3 helicase in complex with ssRNA and AMPPNPX-RAY DIFFRACTION1.92008-11-25
52JLW|CDengue virus 4 NS3 helicase in complex with ssRNA2X-RAY DIFFRACTION2.62008-11-25
62JLX|CDengue virus 4 NS3 helicase in complex with ssRNA and ADP-VanadateX-RAY DIFFRACTION2.22008-11-25
72JLY|CDengue virus 4 NS3 helicase in complex with ssRNA and ADP-PhosphateX-RAY DIFFRACTION2.42008-11-25
82JLZ|CDengue virus 4 NS3 helicase in complex with ssRNA and ADPX-RAY DIFFRACTION2.22008-11-25
92K65|ANMR solution structure of the exon/intron binding site 1 (EBS1/IBS1) of the group II intron Sc.ai5(gamma)SOLUTION NMR2009-07-14
102L9E|ASolution Structure of the human Anti-codon Stem and loop(hASL) of transfer RNA Lysine 3 (tRNALys3)SOLUTION NMR2011-03-02
112O81|AThe Structure of Tandem GA RNA Pairs When Flanking Pairs are isoG-isoC PairsSOLUTION NMR2007-07-10
122W89|AEscherichia coliCrystal structure of the E.coli tRNAArg aminoacyl stem issoacceptor RR-1660 at 2.0 Angstroem resolutionX-RAY DIFFRACTION22009-11-17

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Release0.60.70.80.90.100.110.120.130.140.15
Date2011-03-052011-03-122011-03-192011-03-262011-04-022011-04-092011-04-112011-04-162011-04-232011-04-30

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Heat map of mutual geometric discrepancy, in Angstroms per nucleotide. Instances are ordered to put similar structures near each other. The colorbar ranges from 0 to the maximum observed discrepancy, up to 0.5

#S - ordering by similarity (same as in the heat map).
#SPDBTitleMethodResolutionLength