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Seshaiah, P., Andrew, D.J. (1999.7.29). aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases. 
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From gm119@XXXX Tue Jun 01  10:51:19  1999
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From: Gillian Millburn (Genetics) <gm119@XXXX>
Date: Tue, 1 Jun 1999  10:54:52  +0100
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Dear Dr. Andrew,
I am curating your paper for FlyBase:
Seshaiah and Andrew, 1999, Molec. Biol. Cell 10(5): 1595-1608
In this paper you look at the expression of all 20 aminoacyl-tRNA
synthetases.
You state that you found Berkeley EST's which correspond to each of
these tRNA synthetases. It would be very helpful to FlyBase if you
could tell me the number of each EST (e.g. LD10023) which corresponds
to each particular tRNA synthetase. This information would be recorded
as a personal communication from you to FlyBase,
I look forward to hearing from you,
Gillian
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Gillian Millburn.
FlyBase (Cambridge),
Department of Genetics,
University of Cambridge,
Downing Street, email: gm119@XXXX
Cambridge, CB2 3EH, Ph : 01223-333963
UK. FAX: 01223-333992
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From dandrew@XXXX Thu Jul 29  14:50:39  1999
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Date: 29 Jul 99  09:58:15  -0400
From: Debbie Andrew <dandrew@XXXX>
Subject: tRNA synthetases
To: Gillian Millburn <gm119@XXXX>
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Dear Gillian,
Sorry for taking so long to get this information to you--its the info on which Berkeley ESTs correspond to the 20 AA-tRNA synthetases. The information should be recorded as a personal communication from both me and the graduate student who did the work (Partha Seshaiah and Deborah J.
The information is in the enclosure.
Cheers,
Debbie
Deborah J. Andrew
Dept. of Cell Biology and Anatomy
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
725 N. Wolfe St.
Baltimore, MD 21205-2196
Ph: 410-614-2722
FAX: 410-955-4129
email: dandrew@XXXX
ClassI
ArgRS GM08880
CysRS LD07625
GlnRS LD25392
GluRS LD14109
IleRS LD11930
LeuRS GM06905
MetRS LD07463
TrpRS GH06221
TrpRS LD24552
TyrRS GM09071
ValRS GM09906
ClassII
AlaRS LD07142
AsnRS GM04706
AspRS LD24891
GlyRS GM01134
HisRS GM05203
LysRS LD13687
PheRS LD05193
ProRS GM03563
SerRS HL02233
ThrRS LD06190
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Seshaiah and Andrew, 1999, Mol. Biol. Cell 10(5): 1595--1608 [FBrf0108275]

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