pair up your nucleoide sequence with the mRNA sequence then you will find from the amino acids in the codons what amino acids are present in the lactase production. Each dna sequence coincincids with the appropriate mRNA sequence unless there is a mutation

can someone please show me the mRNA sequence and amino acid codes that is equivalent to the human gene for lactase production ie

position - - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 -
nucleoide- - T A C T C G G A A -



Amino acid codes: Met, Ser, Leu

good luck with the rest of S103

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