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Proving the genetic code's flexibility

Four letters -- A, C, G and T -- stand in for the four chemical bases that store information in DNA. A Sequence of these same four letters, repeating in a particular order, genetically defines an organism. Within the genome sequence are shorter, three-Letter codons that represent one of the 20 regularly used Amino Acids, with three of the possible 64 three-letter codons reserved for stop signals. These amino acids are the building...

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