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Synonyms for tRNA

RNA molecules present in the cell (in at least 20 varieties, each variety capable of combining with a specific amino acid) that attach the correct amino acid to the protein chain that is being synthesized at the ribosome of the cell (according to directions coded in the mRNA)

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The mitochondrial circle structure was built using GenomeVx and the tRNAs structure was downloaded from online report of MITOS analysis result.
I then merge the TRNA dataset with stock prices from the Center of Research in Security Prices (CRSP) and firms' financial information from COMPUSTAT.
We are grateful to Thompson Reuters for making the TRNA dataset available for our research.
coli, it has been suggested that GidA and MnmE are part of the same tRNA modification pathway [6,7].
Lys](UUU) were retrieved from a tRNA database (tRNAdb, http://trna.
We demonstrated the site-specific s labeling of an RNA hairpin and tRNA molecules by T7 transcription mediated by the s-Pa pair (Figs.
Once a stop codon is reached, the growing polypeptide chain and tRNA molecule proceed to the E site.
Physiocrines are derived from aminoacyl tRNA synthetases, which have been known for decades to function intracellularly in protein synthesis.
The second molecule is an enzymatic synthetase that can recognize the engineered tRNA, and load it with the third engineered molecule--an unnatural amino acid.
coli, it has been shown that when the rate of tRNA aminoacylation does not meet the demands of protein synthesis, the ribosome associated RelA is activated (1).
Although these enzymatic defects of the respiratory chain are often associated to myopathies caused by mitochondrial DNA or nuclear DNA (nDNA) abnormalities (28), many point mutations in the mitochondrial tRNA genes have been well documented in disorders such as diabetes mellitus, migraine, neurodegenerative diseases and autism (29), producing recognized phenotypes of diseases that are otherwise transmitted as a polygenic complex, such as autism (4).
23,24) Las mutaciones pueden agruparse en dos categorias: reorganizaciones grandes, y con mayor frecuencia, mutaciones puntuales; (20,25) cada vez es mayor el reporte de mutaciones en mtDNA asociadas a alguna condicion patologica, (7, 19) las que pueden ocurrir en rRNA, tRNA, o en genes que codifican para proteinas de los complejos de CR y OXPHOS.
AaAaAa - More recently, two additional zones have been identified 120 metres east of the TRNA Zone and channel sampling was carried out.
Papers address nuclear pore complex organization and nucleoporin functions, structural analysis of karyopherin-mediated nucleocytoplasmic transport, the translocation channel of the nuclear pore complex, nuclear export of ribosomes, nuclear-cytoplasmic tRNA trafficking, mRNA export as an integrative component of gene expression, import and export of UsnRNPs, transport of inner nuclear membrane proteins, nucleocytoplasmic transport of steroid hormone receptors, the role of the cytoskeleton in nucleocytoplasmic transport, and single substrate and transport receptor molecules at the nuclear pore complex.