Wolfgang Wintermeyer spends much of his time researching Ribosome, Biochemistry, Transfer RNA, Biophysics and EF-Tu. His 50S, Elongation factor, 23S ribosomal RNA and TRNA binding study in the realm of Ribosome interacts with subjects such as Ribosomal RNA. His studies examine the connections between Biochemistry and genetics, as well as such issues in Eukaryotic Ribosome, with regards to Eukaryotic Small Ribosomal Subunit.
His study in Transfer RNA concentrates on EF-G, Peptide Elongation Factor G, T arm and 30S. Wolfgang Wintermeyer interconnects Translation, Signal recognition particle receptor, Signal recognition particle and Ribosomal protein in the investigation of issues within Biophysics. Wolfgang Wintermeyer has included themes like Aminoacyl-tRNA, Ternary complex, A-site, Binding site and GTP' in his EF-Tu study.
Wolfgang Wintermeyer focuses on Ribosome, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Transfer RNA and A-site. His work carried out in the field of Ribosome brings together such families of science as Translation and Protein biosynthesis. His study in EF-Tu extends to Biochemistry with its themes.
His studies in EF-Tu integrate themes in fields like Aminoacyl-tRNA and Ternary complex. His Biophysics research includes themes of Protein structure, Förster resonance energy transfer, Signal recognition particle and Translocon. His A-site research is multidisciplinary, relying on both P-site, TRNA binding and Stereochemistry.
His main research concerns Ribosome, Biophysics, Biochemistry, Transfer RNA and Signal recognition particle. The Ribosome study combines topics in areas such as Protein biosynthesis, Cell biology, Translation, Membrane protein and Peptide. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Förster resonance energy transfer, A-site, GTPase and Translocon.
Biochemistry is closely attributed to Eukaryotic Ribosome in his research. His work in Transfer RNA is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Ribosome Subunits. His Signal recognition particle study combines topics in areas such as Plasma protein binding and Membrane.
His primary scientific interests are in Ribosome, Biophysics, Transfer RNA, Biochemistry and Cell biology. His research in Ribosome intersects with topics in Membrane protein and Protein biosynthesis. His Biophysics research integrates issues from Lipid bilayer, Peptide and SecYEG Translocon.
His Transfer RNA research includes elements of Elongation factor, Ribosome Subunits and GTPase. His research on Biochemistry frequently links to adjacent areas such as Eukaryotic Ribosome. His work deals with themes such as A-site and EF-Tu, which intersect with T arm.
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Hydrolysis of GTP by elongation factor G drives tRNA movement on the ribosome
Marina V. Rodnina;Andreas Savelsbergh;Vladimir I. Katunin;Wolfgang Wintermeyer.
COMPLETE KINETIC MECHANISM OF ELONGATION FACTOR TU-DEPENDENT BINDING OF AMINOACYL-TRNA TO THE A SITE OF THE E.COLI RIBOSOME
Tillmann Pape;Wolfgang Wintermeyer;Marina V. Rodnina.
The EMBO Journal (1998)
Visualization of elongation factor Tu on the Escherichia coli ribosome
H. Stark;M. V. Rodnina;J. Rinke-Appel;R. Brimacombe.
The Escherichia coli SRP and SecB targeting pathways converge at the translocon
Quido A. Valent;Pier A. Scotti;Stephen High;Jan Willem L De Gier.
The EMBO Journal (1998)
Ribosome dynamics and tRNA movement by time-resolved electron cryomicroscopy
Niels Fischer;Andrey L. Konevega;Wolfgang Wintermeyer;Marina V. Rodnina.
Induced fit in initial selection and proofreading of aminoacyl‐tRNA on the ribosome
Tillmann Pape;Wolfgang Wintermeyer;Marina Rodnina.
The EMBO Journal (1999)
Fidelity of Aminoacyl-tRNA Selection on the Ribosome: Kinetic and Structural Mechanisms
Marina V. Rodnina;Wolfgang Wintermeyer.
Annual Review of Biochemistry (2001)
Large-Scale Movement of Elongation Factor G and Extensive Conformational Change of the Ribosome during Translocation
Holger Stark;Marina V Rodnina;Hans-Joachim Wieden;Marin van Heel.
An elongation factor G-induced ribosome rearrangement precedes tRNA-mRNA translocation.
Andreas Savelsbergh;Vladimir I. Katunin;Dagmar Mohr;Frank Peske.
Molecular Cell (2003)
Arrangement of tRNAs in pre- and posttranslocational ribosomes revealed by electron cryomicroscopy.
Holger Stark;Elena V Orlova;Elena V Orlova;Jutta Rinke-Appel;Nicole Jünke.
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