If a single polypeptide chain protein contains 185 aminoacids, what is the smallest number of mRNA nucleotides that could code for this protein? How is this calculated?
If looking for the number of DNA nucleotides, the answer is the same. The number is the same because mRNA is complimentary to a DNA sequence, matching a sing
What tripeptide would be synthesized from the informational strand of DNA with the sequence 5' GTATCCAGT?
The beta-chain of hemoglobin is a protein that contains 146 aminoacid residues. What minimunm number of nucleotides must be present in a strand of mRNA that is coded for this protein?
Transcribe and translate EACH of the three following DNA gene sequences. Turn these in using the graphic organizer. The letters represent the DNA N-base sequences of the genes.
The first is the original gene. The next two are mutations of the original. Note that the changes (mutations) are shown in parenthesis.
I have a list of of codons and the aminoacids they code from, and I'm having problems listing the six aminoacids in the protein chain above starting from the left of the tRNA chain.
You start with a normal functioning cell where all parts of protein production are working properly. You treat a cell with RNAase that prevents production of mRNA. For each of the following molecules, describe if their concentrations will increase above 100 molecules, decrease below 100 or remain the same and why.
Please help with the following problem:
Use at following base sequence of one strand of an imaginary DNA Molecule:
- Write the base sequence of one strand that would be transcribed from the given DNA
- Use the Codon wheel to determine the sequence of aminoacids in the resulting protein fragment.
A portion of an exon of a eukaryotic protein-coding gene has the followingsequence on the template strand:
What is the sequence of the non-template strand written in the 5'-3' orientation?
What is the sequence of the corresponding region of the mRNA?
, what is the aminoacidsequence of the corres