In HbS, the human hemoglobin found in individuals with

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Problem 28.42

In HbS, the human hemoglobin found in individuals with sickle-cell anemia, glutamic acid at position 6 in the beta chain is replaced by valine. (a) List the two codons for glutamic acid and the four codons for valine. (b) Show that one of the glutamic acid codons can be converted to a valine codon by a single substitution mutation, that is by changing one letter in one codon.

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Microbiology 251 Notes from page 340-351 -small subunit -provides framework where tRNA are matched -large subunit -catalyze formation of peptide bonds to link amino acids -when not synthesizing protein, subunits are separate -A and P sites hold tRNA tightly if correct codon is added Elongation Factors EF-Tu -can simultaneously...

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
Edition: 6
Author: William H. Brown and Lawrence S. Brown
ISBN: 9780840054982

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