Depends on your mRNA sequence
If the DNA sequence is ACT, the complimentary mRNA sequence would be UGA
mRNA is produced based on the DNA code. If the original (correct) sequence is AGC, then the correct mRNA sequence should be UCG.However, the mutated DNA sequence (ATC) now codes for the mRNA sequence UAG. So, the incorrect DNA sequence is spread through to create an incorrect mRNA sequence.
BBC is the DNA in a MRNA sequence. This is part of the body.
The anticodon is a sequence of the tRNA that compliments the matching t base pairs on the mRNA. The anticodon is an amino acid specific to the tRNA molecule.
mRNA contains the following bases: guanidine (G) cytosine (C) adenine (A) uracil (U) The precise sequence of bases in any given mRNA is determined by the DNA sequence from which the mRNA was transcribed.
The corresponding mRNA sequence of ATGCCCTAAGTG is UACGGGAUUCAC
The mRNA sequence that is complementary to the sequence ATC on DNA is UAG. UAG is a codon that stops protein synthesis.
Anticodon is the tRNA nucleotide sequence that lines up on the mRNA.
A sequence of three mRNA nitrogen bases is called a codon.
the sequence of bases in DNA
The complimentary mRNA sequence would be: U-A-A-C-G-U
The linear sequence of codons on mRNA determines the linear sequence of amino acids in a polypeptide.
The mRNA sequence which is complementary to the DNA sequence 5' - GAC ATG GAA - 3' is:3' - CUG UAC CUU - 5'
On the GGAGG sequence.