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On 23 Aug 2001, at 22:36, Scott Chase wrote:
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> >We read genomes like a code; we know that pairs of the four
> >relevant amino acids, in certain sequences, promote production of
> >certain proteins, which have particular effects.
> Which four revelant amino acids are paired up leading to production of
> proteins? Are you confusing base pairs (A-T and G-C) with amino acids?
> Genomes are comprised of nucleic acids (DNA). Proteins are comprised
> of amino acids.
Yes, I was lumping adenine, thymine, glycine and cytosine (uracil)
in with the amino acid group.
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