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T h e phenylylanine was found to be attached to the 3’-amino group and like the 2’ -aminoacyl derivative discussed above was inactive in protein biosynthesis. A consistent scheme would have the 26 RALPH YOUNT amino acids linked initially to the 2’ OH of tRNA and then transferred to the 3’ position for peptide bound formation. If the 3’ position is an amino group, transacylation from the 2’ position occurs but the resulting amide linkage is too stable for effective transfer to the acceptor aminoacyl-tRNA by the ribosome.