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Genetics Info & Tutorial: Proteins
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The codons have been “translated” to the letters of the alphabet, and now the amino acids attach to the other end of our translators to form a chain. This chain is now a protein, and can be used by the body. In this case, we can pretend this protein is Tyrosinase, and it will be shipped off to make some melanin in our snake.





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