Glycine codon discrimination and the nucleotide in position 32 of the anticodon loop.

@article{Claesson1995GlycineCD,
  title={Glycine codon discrimination and the nucleotide in position 32 of the anticodon loop.},
  author={Catharina Claesson and Florentyna Lustig and T. Espa{\~n}ol Boren and C Simonsson and Miroslawa Z. Barciszewska and Ulf Lagerkvist},
  journal={Journal of molecular biology},
  year={1995},
  volume={247 2},
  pages={191-6}
}
Using an in vitro protein-synthesizing system that allowed us to monitor separately the reading of each glycine codon, we have previously shown, that in constructs based on glycine tRNA1 from Escherichia coli the nature of the nucleotide in position 32 determines the ability of the anticodon UCC to discriminate between the glycine codons. Thus, with a U in position 32 the anticodon UCC discriminated according to the wobble rules, but with a C in this position it had lost its ability to… CONTINUE READING

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