The anticodon for CGA is GCU.
anticodon for auc is UGA which is thymine
An anticodon has 3 bases.
Anticodon for Methionine (Met) is UAC.
No, lysine is an amino acid.
i just came across a lysine-lysine bond in a b-barrel n-termini fragment that's embedded in the membrane
The anticodon would be CUA
Anticodon for codon GGU is CCA.
In anticodon,there is no thymine.It is replaced by uracil.
Lysine is one of the essential amino acids
Yes, it is rich in lysine.
Its anticodon. Like if the codon is GUG its anticodon is CAC.
The matching anticodon for GCA would be CGU.
A pairs with T so the anticodon would be TTT
The tRNA has the anticodon and mRNA has the codon.
An anticodon has 3 bases that are the pair match with the codon.
The anticodon would be UAG, and the amino acid coded for is isoleucine.
The anticodon that pairs with AAA is UUU.
an anticodon would be the opposite strand that binds to the codon. A binds to T, C-G. So, TCG would have an anticodon of AGC
Anticodon are essential for protein synthesis. The anticodon is complementary to the codon found on the tRNA that determines which amino acid is brought to the growing protein.
Yes. tRNA molecules pair up with anticodons. The region on the tRNA that interacts with the anticodon is called the anticodon loop
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