amino acid activation

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amino acid activation

activated amino acid

activated amino acid

amino acid activation

Substrate Recognition and Activation Mechanism of D-Amino Acid Chridase: A Study Using Substrate Analogs

L-amino acid oxidase from Naja atra venom activates and binds to human platelets

Activation of a peroxisomal Pichia pastoris d-amino acid oxidase, which uses d-alanine as a preferred substrate, depends on pyruvate carboxylase

Random mutagenesis on the Pseudomonas lipase activator protein, LipB: exploring amino acid residues required for its function.

Structural activation of the transcriptional repressor EthR from Mycobacterium tuberculosis by single amino acid change mimicking natural and synthetic ligands

Cell-free co-production of an orthogonal transfer RNA activates efficient site-specific non-natural amino acid incorporation

Activated transcription via mammalian amino acid response elements does not require enhanced recruitment of the Mediator complex

Clusters of Basic Amino Acids in Midkine: Roles in Neurite-Promoting Activity and Plasminogen Activator-Enhancing Activity

Association between nasal carriage of Staphylococcus aureus and the human complement cascade activator serine protease C1 inhibitor (C1INH) valine vs. methionine polymorphism at amino acid position 480

Pepsinogens and Pepsins from House Musk Shrew, Suncus murinus: Purification, Characterization, Determination of the Amino-Acid Sequences of the Activation Segments, and Analysis of Proteolytic Specificities

Reactivity of Chemical Sensitizers Toward Amino Acids In Cellulo Plays a Role in the Activation of the Nrf2-ARE Pathway in Human Monocyte Dendritic Cells and the THP-1 Cell Line

Amino Acid- and Insulin-Induced Activation of mTORC1 in Neonatal Piglet Skeletal Muscle Involves Sestin2-GATOR2, Rag A/C-mTOR, and RHEB-mTOR Complex Formation

Human Xanthine Oxidase Changes its Substrate Specificity to Aldehyde Oxidase Type upon Mutation of Amino Acid Residues in the Active Site: Roles of Active Site Residues in Binding and Activation of Purine Substrate


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A coupled reaction catalyzed by a specific aminoacyl synthetase that attaches a specific amino acid (AA) to a specific transfer RNA (tRNA) in preparation for translation (q.v.). AA + ATP → AA-AMP + 2PAA-AMP + tRNA → AA-tRNA + AMP

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