aminoacyl tRNA

aminoacyl tRNA

[ə¦mē·nō¦as·əl ¦tē‚är‚en′ā]
(cell and molecular biology)
A molecular complex formed during protein synthesis by the linkage of a transfer ribonucleic acid molecule (tRNA) with its corresponding amino acid.
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Physiocrines are derived from aminoacyl tRNA synthetases, which have been known for decades to function intracellularly in protein synthesis.
The privately held biotech was founded by Scripps Research Institute Professor Paul Schimmel, a leading aminoacyl tRNA synthetase scientist, and is backed by top life sciences investors Alta Partners, Cardinal Partners, Domain Associates and Polaris Ventures.
Chapter 4 presents the two subclasses of aminoacyl tRNA synthetases and the significance of the genetic code assignments to each enzyme.
This groundbreaking research was sponsored in part by aTyr Pharma, through an agreement with The Scripps Research Institute for research into aminoacyl tRNA synthetases, the largest gene family implicated in CMT.
The Company was founded by Professors Paul Schimmel and Xiang-Lei Yang, two leading aminoacyl tRNA synthetase scientists at The Scripps Research Institute.
The privately held biotech was founded by Professors Paul Schimmel and Xiang-Lei Yang, two leading aminoacyl tRNA synthetase scientists at The Scripps Research Institute, and investors include Alta Partners, Cardinal Partners, Domain Associates and Polaris Partners.
The aminoacyl tRNA synthetase gene family is required for life as an essential component of protein synthesis, from bacteria to fruit flies to rodents to humans.
The privately held biotech was founded by The Scripps Research Institute Professor Paul Schimmel, a leading aminoacyl tRNA synthetase scientist, and is backed by top life sciences investors Alta Partners, Cardinal Partners, Domain Associates and Polaris Partners.
Physiocrines are produced from ancient genes, aminoacyl tRNA synthetases, an intercellular gene family in protein synthesis.
Our understanding of Jo-1 antibodies and histidyl tRNA synthetases will help elucidate the role of aminoacyl tRNA synthetases in health and disease, as well as enable us to develop unique and rational therapeutic interventions," said Dr.