Solution: Using the following DNA strands, identify the primary structure of the encoded protein. Show each step you took.5' - T A T A A A A A C T A A T G T T G C A T T A A G A A T A A A - 3'3' - A T A T T T T T G A T T A C A A C G T A A T T C T T A T T T  - 5

Problem

Using the following DNA strands, identify the primary structure of the encoded protein. Show each step you took.

5' - T A T A A A A A C T A A T G T T G C A T T A A G A A T A A A - 3'

3' - A T A T T T T T G A T T A C A A C G T A A T T C T T A T T T  - 5


Solution

The primary structure of an encoded protein pertains to the amino acid sequence of the polyeptide. Thus, from the initial DNA sequence, it should undergo transcription to create the mRNA, which will then be used as the template for the translation process to create the peptide product.

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