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English: Three dimensional image of a tRNA.


  • CCA tail in orange
  • Acceptor stem in purple
  • D arm in red
  • Anticodon arm in blue with Anticodon in black.
  • T arm in green.
Español: Estructura del ARN de transferencia
Deutsch: Farbgebung:
  • orange: CCA Ende
  • violett: Acceptor Stamm
  • rot: D-Arm
  • blau: Anticodon Arm
  • schwarz: Anticodon
  • grün: T-Arm
Date 7 November 2005
Source Own work
Author Vossman

Image Creation

This image of w:tRNA was created from PDB 1ehz using w:PyMOL

-- Vossman 17:37, 13 July 2007 (UTC)


This image has been requested to be published twice. If you would like to publish this image in a dissertation or scientific paper, feel free to do so. If you could be so kind as to say "structure reproduced with the kind permission of N.R. Voss" and drop me a note, I would really appreciate it.

Thanks, Vossman 17:36, 13 July 2007 (UTC)

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