Yeast tRNAPhe has been studied by using proton NMR and nuclear Overhauser effect (NOE) with deuterium substitution. Direct NOE evidence is presented for assignment of imino resonances of 23 of 27 base pairs in this tRNA. Other indirect evidence is presented for tentative assignment of four other base pairs. Almost total assignment also has been made of the important noninternally bonded imino protons and tertiary interactions (however, G18-psi 55 remains unassigned). The most surprising result has been identification of GC11 at -13.68 ppm; this is the first time a GC base pair has been identified so far downfield. This peak (GC11) is also identified as the resonance of the unique imino proton that exchanges in a time of more than 1 day, as previously described. These identifications of imino proton resonances made it possible to reinterpret the proton solvent exchange rate data previously published on this tRNA and understand them better. The assignments of resonances should pave the way for more detailed solution study of this tRNA and its interaction with biologically relevant molecules.
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