The complex class of cobalamin-sensitive riboswitches use a “kissing loop” to regulate gene expression. The molecular details of the recognition and folding mode of this riboswitch have been revealed by recent X-ray structures. These insights, together with the identification of RNA polymerase pause sites during transcription, have resulted in a more complete understanding of the response mechanism. AdoCbl=adenosylcobalamin.
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