How xanthoproteic acid affect on protein?
Whether xanthoproteic acid is or is harmful to the body
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And how he is functioning
The amino acid sequence is shifted, and this kind of mutation is called a frame shift mutation. All of the amino acid sequence after the mutation will be changed, which will cause a change in shape of the protein, which will then probably result in a nonfunctional protein, since the shape of a protein determines its function.
The sequence of nucleotides in DNA molecule is equivalent and is closely related to an amino acid sequence in the protein molecule. If for any reason the sequence of DNA nucleotides changes it will be reflected in amino acid sequence in the protein. Moreover, the correct sequence of amino acid in the protein will form the correct three-dimensional structure, or tertiary structure, that will confer the biological activity to protein. If a wrong amino acid…
How will a mutation that causes the codon ugu to be changed to ugg affect the amino acid sequence specified by a strand of mrna?
The codon UGU codes for the amino acid Cysteine. The codon UGG codes for the amino acid Tryptophan. Therefore the mutation will cause the amino acid Cysteine to be replaced with Tryptophan. These amino acids are quite different, and the final shape of the protein could be changed as a result. This could affect the function of the protein.