Suppression of an alkaline phosphatase amber mutant by the Su6+ suppressor gene results in the substitution of leucine for a tryptophan residue in the phosphatase molecule. Thus, the Su6+ gene causes the amber triplet UAG to code for leucine. This is the fifth amino acid that can be specified by UAG as a result of suppression by different suppressor genes.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||Journal of Molecular Biology|
|State||Published - Nov 14 1969|
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