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MT-TE  -  mitochondrially encoded tRNA glutamic acid

Homo sapiens

 
 
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  • The chromosome 1p breakpoint was localized within a repetitive region encoding t-RNA genes, with 12A-2 (PND) as most distal and pHE2.6 (A12M2) as most proximal single-copy breakpoint flanking markers [1].
  • Here, we report on the identification of three clusters of DNA polymorphisms, one in each of the constant regions of the human T cell receptor alpha and beta gene complexes on human chromosomes 14 and 7, respectively, and a third among the human t-RNA genes on human chromosome 14 [2].
  • Other enzyme sites which were affected by (4) marginally were t-RNA and r-RNA polymerases, dihydrofolate reductase, aspartate transcarboxylase, and nucleoside kinases. d(NTP) pools of L1210 cells were reduced after 60 min [3].

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