Glycyl-tRNA synthetase from baker's yeast. Interconversion between active and inactive forms of the enzyme.

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Glycyl-tRNA synthetase from baker's yeast has been purified to homogeneity. This synthetase was found to be very sensitive to proteases present in the yeast extracts and to oxidizing agents of thiol groups. In the absence of protease inhibitors and/or dithioerythritol, the enzyme rapidly lost its activity and could not be isolated. The use of these… (More)

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@article{Kern1981GlycyltRNASF, title={Glycyl-tRNA synthetase from baker's yeast. Interconversion between active and inactive forms of the enzyme.}, author={D. Kern and Richard Gieg{\'e} and J. P. Ebel}, journal={Biochemistry}, year={1981}, volume={20 1}, pages={122-31} }