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In vitro inhibition of tRNA methyltransferases by queen substance, a pheromone of queen honeybees



In vitro inhibition of tRNA methyltransferases by queen substance, a pheromone of queen honeybees



Comptes Rendus des Seances de l'Academie des Sciences. Serie D Sciences Naturelles 288(17): 1335-1338



The Queen Substance 1, a pheromone of the queen Honeybee Apis mellifica is an in vitro inhibitor of E. coli B tRNA methylations. This activity is not specific of the methylase source, as inhibitions have been observed with preparations from queen honeybee ovaries, Rat liver or a Mouse plasmocytoma 1-adenine methylase. These results, together with preceding ones concerning t, t-farnesyl-acetone 3, are discussed.

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