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Poly (U, s 4-U) as a synthetic messenger RNA for polyphenylalanine synthesis in a cell-free system derivem derived from rat liver.

Two different U and S4-U containing polymers with U:s4U ratio of 3:1 and 5:1 were synthesized. Their activity as messenger RNA was studied in an amino acid incorporation cell-free system from rat liver. It was shown that both copolymers can stimulate the incorporation of phenylalanine into oligophynylalamyl-tRNA.[1]

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