The sequence of phenylalanine tRNA from E. coli

@article{Barrell1969TheSO,
  title={The sequence of phenylalanine tRNA from E. coli},
  author={Bart Barrell and Frederick Sanger},
  journal={FEBS Letters},
  year={1969},
  volume={3}
}
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Transfer ribonucleic acid from Mycoplasma laidlawii A.
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The use of rifampicin to evaluate tRNA transcriptional organization in Escherichia coli.
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Comparison of Escherichia coli tRNAPhe in the free state, in the ternary complex and in the ribosomal A and P sites by chemical probing.
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The results correlate well with the three-dimensional structure of tRNAPheyeast determined by X-ray studies, and the pattern of reactivity was not affected either by charging the tRNA with phenylalanine or by labelling the 3' terminus with pCp.
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