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what are the implication of these studies and how are they related to one another?
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For the following strand of DNA, use the table below to provide: bases for the complementary mRNA and the associated amino acids. What do you notice about the genetic code for proline in the peptide? How would the loss of the first G or switching that G to a T affect the structure and function of this protein?
DNA: GGC CTA CAA GCC GGA ACA GTT ACC GCG TAA CGA
RNA: ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ???
Amino Acid:??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? (3 Letters)
Genetic Code Table (mRNA)
2nd position (middle)
Please Explain how to solve this problem.
Like alpha helices, beta sheets often have one side facing the surface of the protein and one side facing the interior, giving rise to an amphiphilic sheet with one hydrophobic surface and one hydrophilic surface. From the sequences listed below, pick the one that could form a strand in an amphiphilic beta sheet. Think about the way side chains are arranged in a strand of a beta sheet. (See Table 8, page 966, for one-letter amino acid code; the mnemonic in problem 3-18 might also be helpful.) A. A L S C D V E T Y W L I B. D K L V T S I A R E F M C. D S E T K N A V F L I L D. T L N I S F Q M E L D V E. V L E F M D I A S V L D