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suppressor tRNA


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tRNA suppressor

suppressor tRNA

tRNA suppressor

Rational design of an orthogonal tryptophanyl nonsense suppressor tRNA

Misreading of termination codons in eukaryotes by natural nonsense suppressor tRNAs

Effect of single base insertion into anticodon loop of frameshift suppressor tRNA

Development of amber suppressor tRNAs appropriate for incorporation of nonnatural amino acids

A novel therapeutic approach for genetic diseases by introduction of suppressor tRNA

Misacylation of Yeast Amber Suppressor tRNATyr by E. coli Lysyl-tRNA Synthetase and Its Effective Repression by Genetic Engineering of the tRNA Sequence

Eukaryotic release factor 1 (eRF1) abolishes readthrough and competes with suppressor tRNAs at all three termination codons in messenger RNA

Co-Expression of Yeast Amber Suppressor tRNATyr and Tyrosyl-tRNA Synthetase in Escherichia coli: Possibility to Expand the Genetic Code

New insights into the incorporation of natural suppressor tRNAs at stop codons in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Wheat cytoplasmic arginine tRNA isoacceptor with a U*CG anticodon is an efficient UGA suppressor in vitro

Preparation of an ochre suppressor tRNA recognizing exclusively UAA codon by using the molecular surgery technique

Screening of amber suppressor tRNAs suitable to introduce nonnatural amino acids into proteins by real-time monitoring of cell-free translation

A spontaneous tRNA suppressor of a mutation in the Chlamydomonas reinhardtii nuclear MCD1 gene required for stability of the chloroplast petD mRNA

Complete set of orthogonal 21st aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase-amber, ochre and opal suppressor tRNA pairs: concomitant suppression of three different termination codons in an mRNA in mammalian cells

 

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Any species of transfer RNA (tRNA) that recognizes a termination codon in messenger RNA. It adds an amino‐acid residue to what is normally the C terminus of a nascent polypeptide ...

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