Molecular Genetics: 4. wissenschaftliche Konferenz der by J. R. S. Fincham (auth.), Prof. Dr. H. G. Wittmann, Dr. H.

By J. R. S. Fincham (auth.), Prof. Dr. H. G. Wittmann, Dr. H. Schuster (eds.)

A small casual symposium on "Molecular Genetics" used to be equipped through us on behalf of the "Gesellschaft Deutscher Naturforscher und Arzte" and came about in Berlin in October 1967. there have been approximately forty partici­ pants from Europe and the us. Molecular Genetics represents this day a very finished learn box. consequently the organizers of the symposium had the alternative both of restricting the assembly to a selected subject or of masking a much broader number of present difficulties. The latter replacement used to be selected. The fields of study of the contributors coated the huge variety of clinical difficulties within which molecular genetics is these days concerned: Genetic code; chemistry and biosynthesis of proteins; mutation, amendment and reactivation of nucleic acids; biochemistry of rules; comple­ mentation; constitution; replication and serve as of viruses, and so forth. The assembly came about within the resort Schweizerhof the place the partici­ pants have been additionally accommodated. This authorized shut touch among the individuals outdoor of the respectable software and allowed casual discussions, which begun throughout the conferences, to be persisted after­ wards. as a result of the casual nature of those discussions, just a a part of them will be incorporated during this booklet. Berlin, September 1968 H. G. WITTMANN H. SCHUSTER Contents record of members . . . . . . . . . . .... VII I. constitution and serve as of Ribosomes; Complementation Complementation and Dominance Relationsship among Protein Subunits. through J. R. S. FINCHAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ribosomal Proteins of E. coli and Yeast. by way of E. KALTSCHMIDT, V. RUDLOFF, G. STOFFLER, A. CHERSI, M. DZIONARA, D. DOl\IIER, and H. G. WITTMANN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . five .

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However, the model does explain why the ribosomes pick up MettRNAu and reject fMet-tRNAF at the internal AUG codons, and vice versa at the initiator codon of the second cistron. The basic feature of the proposal is that fMet-tRNAp binds only to 30S particles, whereas mettRNAu binds only to the 30S-50S complex. The 30S particle makes the initiation complex at the initiator codon of the first cistron, and the 50S particle joins the initiation complex as described before. Any AUG codon for internal methionine is then encountered by the protein synthesizing 30S-50S complex, which is now capable of binding only met-tRNAu and not fMet-tRNA F.

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Ribosomal proteins were also reduced, carboxymethylated and digested with trypsin. 5. 1 fLM of total ribosomal protein were chromatographed on * Present address: Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium Peptides from Cyanogen Bromide Cleavage and Tryptic Digestion 47 Spinco PA-35 resin following the method of JONES (Technicon Symposium, New York, 1967) with a pyridine acetate gradient. '-- Fig. 1. Acrylamide gel electrophoresis patterns of normal ribosomal proteins (left gel) and CNBr-treated ribosomal proteins (right gel), stained with naphtol blueblack.

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