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That is, a human gene is in the same language as a bacterial gene. differences are similar to dialects of the same language
languages ​​instead of completely different languages. So machines can use theoretical genes from humans and their own genes to transcribe and translate a bacterium.
The codons are mRNA codons.

The original sequence of the DNA strand is translated to produce
mRNA is their complement and is similar
So there are codons, for example, 3′-AAA-5 in a DNA template.
strand corresponds to phenylephrine (encryption).

The template contains mRNA codons 5′-UUU-3 ), and 3′-ACC-5
DNA is similar to tryptophan (encryption)
mRNA codon 5′-UGG-3 ). How it is fixed by biologists
Codons in specific amino acids? Biologists decipher the genetic code
by using artificial messengers.

In the early 1960s molecular biologists broke down the genetic code.
The problem is confusing: how to code above 20″
Words only four. written in the “letters” of

 

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