A single base change in the intron of a serine tRNA affects the rate of RNase P cleavage in vitro and suppressor activity in vivo in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

I. Willis, D. Frendewey, M. Nichols, A. Hottinger-Werlen, J. Schaack, D. Söll

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