Srikanta Goswami

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Import of nucleus-encoded tRNAs into the mitochondria of the kinetoplastid protozoon Leishmania involves recognition of specific import signals by the membrane-bound import machinery. Multiple signals on different tRNA domains may be present, and further, importable RNAs interact positively (Type I) or negatively (Type II) with one another at the inner(More)
The mitochondrial genomes of a wide variety of species contain an insufficient number of functional tRNA genes, and translation of mitochondrial mRNAs is sustained by import of nucleus-encoded tRNAs. In Leishmania, transfer of tRNAs across the inner membrane can be regulated by positive and negative interactions between them. To define the factors involved(More)
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