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The mechanism of this action is not known. 2. Phosphoribosyl Transfcrase Kovach et al. (68) purified phosphoribosyl transferase from Salmonella lyphimurium so that the enzyme was more than 90% pure. Using tritiumlabeled histidyl-tRNA, these workers were able to demonstrate the binding of this RNA to the enzyme either on Sephadex G-100 gels or by filtration studies. The binding of histidyl-tRNA was favored over that of other aminoacylated tRNAs, but the enzyme did have a high affinity for tRNA. Binding of RNA was dependent on Mg2+concentration.
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