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peptide bond formation
National Institutes of Health
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Gene cloning and biochemical characterization of eryngase, a serine aminopeptidase of Pleurotus eryngii belonging to the family S9 peptidases
Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
Corpus ID: 6618988
Pleurotus eryngii serine aminopeptidase that has peptide bond formation activity, redesignated as eryngase, was cloned and…
The Proto-Ribosome: an ancient nano-machine for peptide bond formation.
Israel journal of chemistry
Corpus ID: 37391709
The ribosome is a ribozyme whose active site, the peptidyl transferase center (PTC) is situated within a highly conserved…
The interaction between C75 of tRNA and the A loop of the ribosome stimulates peptidyl transferase activity.
J. L. Brunelle
Corpus ID: 20396444
Ribosomal variants carrying mutations in active site nucleotides are severely compromised in their ability to catalyze peptide…
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