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A Textbook of Biotechnology Vol-I
Transfer RNA or t-RNA. t-RNA molecules are also called as soluble RNA or
Supernatant-RNA. t-RNA is about 10- 15% of the total weight of RNA of the cell.
Its molecular weight is 25000 to 30000 dalton. The sedimentation co-efllcient of t-
Textbook of Biochemistry for Dental/Nursing/Pharmacy Students
Very high specificity is the most significant feature, because once amino acid is
attached to t-RNA, recognition of a specific codon on m-RNA is due entirely to the
t-RNA, not to the amino acid. This very high specificity of aminoacyl t-RNA ...
Textbook of Medical Biochemistry
Transfer RNA or t-RNA These are also called as soluble or s-RNA. They remain
largely in cytoplasm. The t-RNAs are relatively small, single-stranded, globular
molecules with molecular weight of 2 to 3 × 104. There are at least 20 different ...
M. N. Chatterjea, Rana Shinde, 2012
In prokaryotes there are two such factors called EF-T (T-refers to transferase) and
EF-G. The T-factor is of two types, temperature stable (EF-Ts) and temperature
unstable (EF-Tu). The factor EF-Tu is responsible for binding amino acyl t-RNA ...
Comprehensive MCQs in Biology
Attachment of Activated Amino Acid with t-RNA. The enzyme bound activated
amino acids attaches to 3 end of t-RNA molecules and form aminoacyl-tRNA in
presence of enzyme aminoacyl synthetase. AA - AMP - Enzyme + t-RNA > AA ...
Hemant Roy Sri, Shri Hemant Roy
Biotechnology Foundation Course
CHAIN INITIATION Initiation is a complex process in which the 2 ribosomal
subunits and (f) Met t-RNA assemble on a properly alligned m-RNA to form a
complex. The process also requires "initation factors". Selection of Initiation Site
In E-coli, ...
Adv in Microbial Physiology APL
creased by 80% when uncharged t-RNA was added, whereas amino
acidcharged t-RNA gave an inhibition of only 25%. These results were recently
confirmed by Bremer et al. (1966) showing furthermore that the binding of t-RNA
to the ...
Anthony H. Rose, John Frome Wilkinson, 2011
Textbook of Biotechnology
The t-RNA at the 'P' site is called peptidyl t-RNA. Dissociation of IF–3 is
necessary for association of 50 S sub-unit. GTP hydrolysis is necessary to form
an active 70 S ribosome after association of 30 S and 50 S sub-units. GTP
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(ii) Transfer of Amino Acid to t-RNA ○ t-RNA reacts with citidine triphosphate (
CTP) and ATP before amino acid is transferred to it. AMP and amino- acyl
synthetase enzyme are released. (iii) Initiation of Polypeptide Synthesis ○ In the
Biochemistry for Students
This enters after its free amino group has been formylated (i.e. blocked) and
activated as formylmethionine t-RNA. This is enzyme catalyzed reaction in which
N10 formyl tetrahydrofolate acts as a formyl group donar. The free methionine