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CDC65  -  tRNA

Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c

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Disease relevance of CDC65

  • The relative rates of hydrolysis of synthetic and natural polynucleotides was found to be: poly (U) 100, poly (dT) 33, denatured calf-thymus DNA 33, yeast tRNA 9, E. coli total RNA 6, poly (dA dT) 5, poly (A) less than 1, poly (C) less than .05, and poly (G) less than .05 [1].

High impact information on CDC65

  • In order to investigate glutamine tRNA behavior further, anticodon mutations that confer nonsense suppression were identified in yeast sup70 gene, which codes for glutamine tRNA(CAG) [2].
  • These new start mutations define two previously unidentified genes, CDC67 and CDC68, and reveal that a previously identified gene, DNA33 (here termed CDC65), can harbour start mutations [3].
  • Our data confirm that pseudohyphal growth occurs gratuitously in sup70-65 mutants cultured in nitrogen-rich medium at 30 degrees C. However, we find neither any defect in NCR in the sup70-65 mutant nor any alteration in the control of YVH1 expression, which has been previously shown to be specifically induced by nitrogen starvation [4].

Associations of CDC65 with chemical compounds

  • By exploiting the growth inhibition of sup70 alleles, some exceptional codon recognition properties of glutamine tRNAs were revealed [2].


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