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The human gene for the production of lactose is on chromosome 2. The dna nucleotide sequence of a small part from the middle is 123456789
TACTCGGAA
I haVeTO WRITe DOWN THE EQVIVALENT SEQUENCE FOR MRNA AND HENCE WORK out the sequence of amino acids coded in this part of the polypeptide produced

I get AUGAGCCUU
AUG = METHIONNNE
AGC= SER
CUU= LECINE
is this correct and would you be able to critique this for me


thanks

i have the same oh the Methionine is MET it is a start of the structure

check page 127 as seems your on the ou

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