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tRNA curation question

Harold Drabkin hjd at
Tue Mar 14 11:51:57 PST 2006

At mgi, we do not do that to the substrate of a protein kinase or 
protein phosphatase (which would be some protein or gene product).  This 
is a similar case.


Pankaj Jaiswal wrote:
>> Harold Drabkin wrote:
>>> 2. Process
>>> A tRNA is not involved in tRNA aminoacylation. It is the substrate 
>>> of the process. . The aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase is involved in that 
>>> process.
>>> However, it is involved in translation (*GO:0043037*); most likely 
>>> elongation, unless it's an initiator methionine tRNA, in which case 
>>> it would be involved in elongation;
> My question would be, why not also assign a substrate of biological 
> origin (tRNA in this case) a process in which it is directly involved. 
> Without it it process would not happen.
> Pankaj

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