PMID: 6552980Jul 11, 1983

Cloning and DNA sequence of the genes for two bacteriophage T5 tRNAsSer

FEBS Letters
V M KryukovA A Bayev

Abstract

Bacteriophage T5 Bg/II/Hind III DNA fragment (803 basepairs), containing the genes for 2 tRNAs and 2 RNAs with unknown functions, was cloned in the plasmid pBR322. The analysis of DNA sequence indicates that tRNA genes code isoacceptor tRNAsSer (tRNA1Ser and tRNA2Ser) with anticodons UGA and GGA, respectively. The main unusual structural feature of these tRNAs is the presence of extra non-basepaired nucleotides in the joinings of stem 'b' with stems 'a' and 'c'.

References

Feb 25, 2003·Protein Expression and Purification·Galina V MikoulinskaiaAnatolii I Miroshnikov
Apr 15, 1986·European Journal of Biochemistry·M G ShlyapnikovA A Bayev
Jan 23, 2016·Life·Suki Albers, Andreas Czech

Citations

Feb 1, 1976·Journal of Virology·G HenckesT Heyman
Feb 1, 1977·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·A M Maxam, W Gilbert
Nov 1, 1970·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·N H Scherberg, S B Weiss
May 25, 1980·Journal of Molecular Biology·K Fukada, J Abelson
Jan 10, 1981·Nucleic Acids Research·G AkusjärviU Pettersson
Feb 1, 1981·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·G P MazzaraW H McClain
May 31, 1982·Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta·V N KsenzenkoA A Bayev

Related Concepts

RNA Conformation
SDS-PAGE
MT-TA gene
DNA, Viral
Triplet Codon-amino Acid Adaptor Activity
Transfer RNA
Enterobacteria phage T5
Nucleotides
Plasmids
RNA, Transfer, Amino Acyl

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