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“Letter”? In other words, there can be four sites (A, U, G,
and c) code for 20 different amino acids? That code is a three digit code which is based on three codes.
coding, supposedly. Since there are only four letters (A, G, C, U), it is clear that a letter code cannot contain 20 amino acids; It’s only four. can mark.
Two of them are only 4 × 4 = 16 characters
Coding – not enough yet. but a triple code can be
4 × 4 × 4 = up to 64 codons. This is enough to encrypt 20 amino acids.
Marshall W. Nirenberg and J.H. Matthews, National
Institute of Health makes first decoding breakthrough
When they realized in 1961 that they could use a simple synthetic polynucleotide instead of a complex natural mRNA messanger.
They can identify polypeptides
Synthetic messenger coded.
Scientists develop synthetic mRNA
The bases are Uracil (Poly U). When Poly U is included in a test.
Tube containing all the components needed for protein synthesis (ribosomes, all amino acids, activating enzymes,
dRNA and other factors), formed the polypeptide. This
only one polypeptide material
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