PMID: 7457Jul 1, 1976

Reconstitution of chemically synthesized ribooligonucleotides with naturally occurring tRNA fragments

European Journal of Biochemistry
E OhtsukaS Takemura

Abstract

Chemically synthesized yeast tRNA terminal fragments were reconstituted with natural tRNA fragments which were obtained by partial digestion with RNase T1. The synthetic 3'-nonanucleotide (I) accepted alanine (3% with respect to the intact tRNA) when combined with a 4-fold excess of the natural 5'-quarter and the chemically synthesized hexanucleotide (II) stimulated the aminoacylation of the natural 3'-half molecule.

References

Jan 15, 1975·FEBS Letters·J R PENSWICKG Dirheimer
Jan 1, 1975·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·G C WalkerR I Gumport
Nov 15, 1975·European Journal of Biochemistry·W WübbelerH G Zachau
Feb 7, 1969·Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications·I I ChuguevA A Bayev
Feb 15, 1974·European Journal of Biochemistry·T LinnéL Philipson
Mar 15, 1972·European Journal of Biochemistry·R ThiebeH G Zachau
Apr 1, 1969·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·N ImuraR W Chambers
Mar 19, 1965·Science·R W HOLLEYA ZAMIR

Citations

Mar 29, 2000·Biopolymers·P J Beuning, K Musier-Forsyth
Sep 1, 1981·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·E OhtsukaM Ikehara

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