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Academic Article Mechanism of N-methylation by the tRNA m1G37 methyltransferase Trm5.
Academic Article Differentiating analogous tRNA methyltransferases by fragments of the methyl donor.
Academic Article Potential for interdependent development of tRNA determinants for aminoacylation and ribosome decoding.
Academic Article Pyrophosphorolysis of CCA addition: implication for fidelity.
Academic Article Recognition of guanosine by dissimilar tRNA methyltransferases.
Academic Article Prevention of mis-aminoacylation of a dual-specificity aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase.
Academic Article Amino acid activation of a dual-specificity tRNA synthetase is independent of tRNA.
Academic Article Poly(C) synthesis by class I and class II CCA-adding enzymes.
Academic Article Breaking the stereo barrier of amino acid attachment to tRNA by a single nucleotide.
Academic Article Metal-ion-dependent catalysis and specificity of CCA-adding enzymes: a comparison of two classes.
Academic Article Catalysis by the second class of tRNA(m1G37) methyl transferase requires a conserved proline.
Academic Article Distinct kinetic mechanisms of the two classes of Aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases.
Academic Article Synthesis of cysteinyl-tRNACys by a prolyl-tRNA synthetase.
Academic Article Kinetic quality control of anticodon recognition by a eukaryotic aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase.
Academic Article Distinct determinants of tRNA recognition by the TrmD and Trm5 methyl transferases.
Academic Article Conservation of structure and mechanism by Trm5 enzymes.
Academic Article The temperature sensitivity of a mutation in the essential tRNA modification enzyme tRNA methyltransferase D (TrmD).
Academic Article Loss of N1-methylation of G37 in tRNA induces ribosome stalling and reprograms gene expression.
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