Two separate helical regions stack to form coaxial helices as a pseudo-continuous (quasi-continuous) helix. Coaxial helices are highly stabilizing tertiary interactions and are seen in several large RNA structures, including tRNA, pseudoknots, the group I intron P4-P6 domain, and in the Hepatitis Delta Virus ribozyme.
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