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Structure of TRNA and RRNA – DNA, RNA and the Genetic Code

by Kevin Ahern, PhD
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    The lecture Structure of TRNA and RRNA – DNA, RNA and the Genetic Code by Kevin Ahern, PhD is from the course Biochemistry: Basics.


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    1. They contain many chemically modified bases
    2. They have a codon loop opposite of the part of the molecule where the amino acid is carried
    3. They have an amino acid attached to the 5’ end
    4. They carry ribosomes to the protein being made
    1. They have extensive secondary structures
    2. They catalyze the formation of themselves
    3. They code for protein using the genetic code
    4. They are smaller than tRNAs
    1. The anticodon present at the 5’ end of the acceptor end helps the tRNA to recognize and bind to the correct amino acid floating in the cytoplasm of the cell
    2. The tRNA is an adaptor molecule, which serves as a physical link between mRNA and the amino acid sequence of the protein
    3. The large subunit rRNA present in the ribosomes is an example of a ribozyme which helps in the formation of peptide bond during protein synthesis
    4. The D-loop contains dihydrouridine bases in it, whereas TΨC-loop contains pseudouridine in it
    5. The amino acid gets attached to the base A of CCA tail present at the 3’ end of the tRNA at the acceptor stem

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     Kevin Ahern, PhD

    Kevin Ahern, PhD


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