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Characterization of leucyl-TRNA synthetase from homo sapiens and escherichia coli in aminoacylation, amino acid editing and interdomain interactions (2010-05-14)Aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases (aaRSs) are ancient enzymes that charge tRNA with its cognate amino acid. In order to maintain fidelity during protein synthesis, editing mechanisms ensure that tRNAs are accurately charged. ...
(2016-01-20)The family of aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases (aaRS) are essential to all living cells. They are fundamental to setting the genetic code during protein synthesis by charging tRNA with a specific amino acid. As such, they have ...
(2010-05-14)Translation, the process of reading genetic information and synthesizing the corresponding proteins, is universal and found throughout the three domains of life. The flow of information in translation involves a series of ...