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Phenylalanyl tRNA

PDB ID: 4TNA

Transfer RNA is used during the synthesis of proteins to match a three-nucleotide codon in messenger RNA with the proper amino acid that will be added to the protein. This historic structure was the first structure of a tRNA, solved in the laboratory of Aaron Klug.

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Discussed Structures from Transfer RNA
phenylalanyl tRNA
phenylalanyl tRNA
tRNA and EF-Tu
tRNA and EF-Tu
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Length: 76
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rna
 
 
 
 

Reference

PDB ID: 4TNA , Pubmed

Further refinement of the structure of yeast tRNAPhe.

Hingerty, B., Brown, R.S., Jack, A.

Journal: (1978) J.Mol.Biol. 124: 523-534


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