Subsystem: Ribosome LSU eukaryotic and archaeal

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P0P1P2L1eL3eL5eL7eL7AeL8eL9eL10eL10AeL11eL12aL12eL13eL13AeL14eL15eL17eL18eL18AeL19eL21eL23eL23AeL24eL26eL27AeL28eL29eL30eL31eL32eL34eL35eL35AeL36eL37eL37AeL38eL39eL40eL41eL44e
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L14e not present in any of greater Methanomicrobioales

In Archaea, L7Ae was originally characterized as a small subunit protein, HS6 (Kimura, J., Arndt, E. and Kimura, M. 1987. Primary structures of three highly acidic ribosomal proteins S6, S12 and S15 from the archaebacterium Halobacterium marismortui. FEBS Lett. 224: 65-70).

The protein is clearly in the large subunit crystal structure (Ban, N., Nissen, P., Hansen, J., Moore, P. B. and Steitz, T. A. 2000. The complete atomic structure of the large ribosomal subunit at 2.4 A resolution. Science 289: 905-920 [also done in Haloarcula marismortui]).

LX = L18Ae by CDD search and PSI-BLAST. This is good, L18Ae was only in eukaryotes and LX was only in Archaea (and not found in Thermoplasmales).