In this article, we report the resonance assignment of CTD-interacting domain (CID) of pre-mRNA down-regulation (Nrd)1 bound to Ser5-phosphorylated CTD (pSer5) of RNA Polymerase II. The presented assignment of backbone and side-chain resonances of the Nrd1 CID proton, carbon and nitrogen nuclei will allow studies of the structure and interaction of CID with carboxy-terminal domain (CTD) of the RNA polymerase II.
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This work was supported by HHMI/EMBO start-up grant, HFSP Career Development Award, Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic (MSM0021622413 and Ingo LA08008), GACR (204/08/1212 and 305/10/1490), and GAAV (IAA401630903). The NOESY spectra were obtained at the BMRZ NMR facility supported by the EU-NMR program (RII3-026145).
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