Gaber RF and Culbertson MR (1982) The yeast frameshift suppressor gene SUF16-1 encodes an altered glycine tRNA containing the four-base anticodon 3'-CCCG-5'. Gene 19(2):163-72
Abstract: The SUF16 frameshift suppressor locus encodes a glycine tRNA. The SUF16-1 suppressor tRNA is inferred by DNA sequence analysis to contain the four-base anticodon sequence 3'-CCCG-5' in place of the wild-type anticodon 3'-CCG-5'. SUF16-1 mediates translation of the four-base messenger RNA (mRNA) sequence 5'-GGGU-3' but apparently fails to act at the sequence 5'-GGGG-3'. A molecular model is presented that accounts for the observed specificity of tRNA-mediated frameshift suppression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
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