TITLE

Wobble during decoding: more than third-position promiscuity

AUTHOR(S)
Cochella, Luisa; Green, Rachel
PUB. DATE
December 2004
SOURCE
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology;Dec2004, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p1160
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Examines the mechanisms by which the ribosome's decoding site accommodates non-Watson-Crick base pairs in the third position of the codon-anticodon triplet while maintaining the one-amino-acid-per-codon framework. Details of the codon-anticodon interaction; Use of post-transcriptional modifications to modulate codon-anticodon interactions; Molecular details of the wooble rules.
ACCESSION #
15243168

 

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