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#Actualszecs

Posted 10 February 2013 - 11:43 AM

Enzimes are pretty big molecules, so the sequence of the DNA "codes" do make up specific enzimes. As far as I know, there are "end of molecule" instructions.

Maybe the sequence of these big "strings" doesn't matter, or maybe it only matters in the order of syntetisation, or the "availability" of more common molecules.

 

But I'm surprised that this isn't explained somewhere


#2szecs

Posted 10 February 2013 - 11:43 AM

Enzimes are pretty big molecules, so the sequence of the DNA "codes" do make up spacific enzimes. As far as I know, there are "end of molecule" instructions.

Maybe the sequence of these big "strings" doesn't matter, or maybe it only matters in the order of syntetisation, or the "availability" of more common molecules.

 

But I'm surprised that this isn't explained somewhere


#1szecs

Posted 10 February 2013 - 11:43 AM

An enzime are pretty big molecules, so the sequence of the DNA "codes" do make up spacific enzimes. As far as I know, there are "end of molecule" instructions.

Maybe the sequence of these big "strings" doesn't matter, or maybe it only matters in the order of syntetisation, or the "availability" of more common molecules.

 

But I'm surprised that this isn't explained somewhere


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