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Peptidyl transferase


The Peptidyl transferase is an aminoacyltransferase (EC 2.3.2.12) as well as the primary enzymatic function of the ribosome which forms peptide links between adjacent amino acids using tRNAs during the translation process of protein biosynthesis.
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Aspects of the topic peptidyl-transferase are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References protein synthesis ( in metabolism (biology): Synthesis of proteins ) 6. The enzyme peptidyl transferase, which is part of the larger of the two ribosomal subunits, catalyzes the transfer of formylmethionine from the tRNA to which it is attached...
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Binding of CCdApPuro by a peptidyl transferase-like motif in the ... peptidyl transferase center that may serve as a probe and/or ...
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The peptidyl transfer is a nucleophilic attack of the α-amino group of the. aa-tRNA on the ester carbonyl group of peptidyl-tRNA. Transition state is turned by 45 deg ...
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Springer Protocols is the largest subscription-based electronic database of ... The peptidyl transferase center is by far the most frequently used target site ...
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Chemical engineering of the peptidyl transferase center reveals an important ... ( B) The peptidyl transferase activity of ribosomes composed of gapped-cp ...
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The photochemical oxidation of the 50-S ribosomal subunit results in a rapid irreversible loss of peptidyl transferase activity.
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Ribosomal binding sites were investigated for the diverse group of antibiotics: anisomycin, anthelmycin, blasticidin S, bruceantin, carbomycin, chloramphenicol, ...
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sis of the catalytic mechanism of the peptidyl transferase ... Figure 2. Binding of Substrates to the Peptidyl Transferase Center ...
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These events are normally performed in the ribosomal peptidyl transferase center. ... to inhibit peptidyl transferase activity rather than by reducing the ability of ...
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Probing the Peptidyl Transferase Center of Ribosomes Containing Mutant 23S rRNA ... ribosome, peptidyl transferase center, photoreactive crosslinking, tRNA, ...
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