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I'm doing question 3d on the AQA biology paper jan 2010. Its about working out the sequence of amino acids, can someone help me as i have no clue.
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unit might be helpful you know
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Ok so you're given the base sequence, and told how many times each amino acid is coded for. Met is coded for twice, so you need to find a three base sequence that appears twice. Similarly, Arg appears 3 times, so you need to find a three base sequence that appears three times. Asn will fit in somewhere where the sequence is different from the sequences for Met and Arg.
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