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    Concise summary of Central Dogma with example

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    Please help with the following problem:

    Use at following base sequence of one strand of an imaginary DNA Molecule:
    AATGAACACATGCGCCC.
    - Write the base sequence of one strand that would be transcribed from the given DNA
    - Use the Codon wheel to determine the sequence of amino acids in the resulting protein fragment.

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    Use at following base sequence of one strand of an imaginary DNA Molecule:
    AATGAACACATGCGCCC.

    - Write the base sequence of one strand that would be transcribed from the given DNA.

    Chargaff's rules gives us that adenine only bonds with thymine and cysteine only bonds with ...

    Solution Summary

    In this solution, I briefly discuss the processes of transcription and translation using a student-given example. A base sequence of a strange of DNA is given and the problems involve writing the base sequence of one strand that would be transcribed and uses the codon wheel to determine the sequence of amino acids in the resulting protein fragment.

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