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Drosophila melanogaster
Gene: ... Disease relevance of Trl Binding of the GAGA transcription factor on existing nucleosomes leads... of adjacent nucleosomes. High impact information on Trl GAGA factor associates with euchromatic genes... factor directs chromatin remodeling to its binding sites. Biological context of Trl Chromatin... / Synonyms: E(var)3-trl; TRL; Trl-GAGA
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... Disease relevance of TRNAL2 Interestingly, we found that only peritoneal macrophages from MyD88 -/- mice, but not macrophages from TRL2 -/- or from wild- type mice, were unable to produce tumor necrosis...- labeled TRL1 was greater than that of 125I- labeled TRL2.... / Synonyms: TRL2
Homo sapiens
Gene: ... ( affecting position 3243 in the tRNA leucine mitochondrial gene) was found in all three diabetic patients... macrophages, TRL1 maintained capacity to totally displace beta- VLDL. Other interactions of TRNAL1 Degradation of 125I- labeled TRL1 was greater than that of 125I- labeled TRL2.... / Synonyms: TRL1
Human herpesvirus 5 strain AD169
Gene: ... High impact information on HHV5gp007 As a consequence, strain Toledo encodes a putative TRL13 protein whose C- terminal domain is larger( extending through the TRL14 coding region) and encodes in a reading frame different from that of strain AD169. We propose that TRL13 has been truncated in strain AD...
Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c
Gene: ... Disease relevance of TRL1 The 95- kDa tRNA ligase has been purified to homogeneity from a strain.... High impact information on TRL1 The addition of purified tRNA ligase completes splicing; we therefore... is the physiological substrate and that the Trl1 kinase has a single NTP binding site of which the P- loop...
Agrobacterium tumefaciens
Gene: ... High impact information on trlR We have discovered a second traR- like gene, trlR, on the octopine- mannityl opine- type Ti plasmids pTi15955 and pTiR10. Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of trlR Sequence analysis indicated that trlR is a frameshift allele of traR, and the resulting protein lacks...
trlA  -  ORF6
Erwinia pyrifoliae Ep1/96
Gene: ... Disease relevance of trlA Other Etk homologues are AmsA of the plant pathogen Erwinia amylovora and Orf6 of the human pathogen Klebsiella pneumoniae. High impact information on trlA Sequence analysis of the mutated DNA region resulted in identification of six open reading frames, designated ORF1 through ORF6...
Mus musculus
Gene: ... High impact information on Tbrs3 QTL analysis identified two significant linkages on the distal portion of chromosome 1( Trl- 1, LOD, 4. 80) and on the proximal portion of chromosome 7( Trl- 3, LOD, 4. 66) that each account for approximately 21% of the phenotypic variance.... / Synonyms: Trl-3
Mus musculus
Gene: ... High impact information on Tbrs2 A third suggestive linkage was identified on the proximal portion of chromosome 3( Trl- 2, LOD, 3. 93; additional 18% of the variance).... / Synonyms: Trl-2
Mus musculus
Gene: ... on chromosome 19( Tuberculosis resistance locus- 4, Trl- 4; logarithm of odds 5. 6 ), which regulated pulmonary... significant linkages on the distal portion of chromosome 1( Trl- 1, LOD, 4. 80) and on the proximal portion of chromosome 7( Trl- 3, LOD, 4. 66) that each account for approximately 21% of the phenotypic variance.... / Synonyms: Trl-1


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