Hypothesis there must be 64 m-RNAs

fbonsignore at beethoven.com fbonsignore at beethoven.com
Wed Jan 19 12:12:23 EST 2005


There are 63 "varieties", but logic indicates there must be 64, 16
binding to each DNA base. Considering that DNA is a language base 4, it
makes sense to have all 64 as that allows an integrated formal language
approach to DNA sequencing and the ultimate formal translation into
protein structures (which in turn can be transformed into an
architectural model for biological structures). The missing RNA should
be found or its nonexistence explained.




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