Why 5'->3' and not 3'->5' ?

Adam Noel Harris adhar at stanford.edu.XX
Thu Mar 26 20:37:52 EST 1998

Scott McMahan <mcmahan at oncology.wisc.edu> wrote:
:In article <6fes6c$jqt at ringer.cs.utsa.edu>, jkumar at lonestar.jpl.utsa.edu
:(Jay  . Kumar) wrote:
:Quick answer:
:Because the triphosphate group is off the 5' and not the 3'
[snip long answer]

Yes, but why is the triphosphate group not off the 3' end? :)
You evolutionist continually ignore the obvious design.

Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of Stanford University.
PGP Fingerprint = C0 65 A2 BD 8A 67 B3 19  F9 8B C1 4C 8E F2 EA 0E

More information about the Bioforum mailing list