User: rebelCoder

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Programmer. For life extension! Into Brain & Consciousness studies. Robotics/A.I. engineering for Space travel. Vegan. 100% FOSS. Transferring my programming skills into Bioinformatics.

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Comment: A: Multiple START codons in DNA/RNA Translation
... I think I found a good answer here: > It's common to have multiple ATG codons in an mRNA sequence. > Generally, the first ATG serves as protein translation starting site > and is considered as a start codon if that ATG is at the beginning of > a full and functional open reading frame. T ...
written 6 months ago by rebelCoder10
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Comment: C: Multiple START codons in DNA/RNA Translation
... Oh. It is not a problem at all. I understand the process and I have my code working just fine. All I am asking, is, are those, multiple START codon sequences useful and do we have any real proteins that have double or more START codons in them? It does not look like there are? So it is not as proble ...
written 6 months ago by rebelCoder10
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Multiple START codons in DNA/RNA Translation
... Hello! If we apply a basic algorithm to a reading frame to scan it and look for START and STOP codons (to assemble a possible protein), we get cases, when we have multiple START codons and one STOP codon: Example: Reading Frame: `['A', 'S', 'M', 'A', 'P', 'M', 'Q', 'P', 'I', 'T', 'P', 'S', 'A', ...
codons translation rna dna written 6 months ago by rebelCoder10 • updated 5 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Comment: A: DNA Codon Table vs RNA Codon Table?
... May I ask a related question? `Open Reading Frames`: I create 6 reading frames from a `DNA` string and search for `START` - `STOP` codons (standard/simple stuff), but I am confused with one point: when/why/if we should use a `DNA/Reverse Complement` to create 6 reading frames to search in, or shoul ...
written 8 months ago by rebelCoder10
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DNA Codon Table vs RNA Codon Table?
... Hello smart people! What is the point of `DNA Codons` (`DNA Codon Table`) ? ![enter image description here][1] Don't we do `DNA` --> `RNA` `Transcription` to generate `mRNA` and use `RNA Codon Table` to do a `Translation` in order to generate a sequence of `Amino acids`? ![enter image descrip ...
gene written 8 months ago by rebelCoder10
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Answer: A: Looking for a DNA -> Protein Sample/Example.
... I got some help from IRC, so this is no longer a problem: Insulin DNA Sequence: ![enter image description here][1] Protein Sequence: ![enter image description here][2] [1]: https://i.imgur.com/FscJRYq.png [2]: https://i.imgur.com/0BVBqBU.png ...
written 13 months ago by rebelCoder10
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Looking for a DNA -> Protein Sample/Example.
... Hello everyone! I am looking for a real example of a DNA sequence that codes for a real (any) protein. the shorter, the better. I have the following Fake/Randomly Generated sequence: `"AAAGAACATGACTCCAATTTCGGAACCAAGTAGTTAAATCCTGTGA"` And it has the following Fake/Not Real/Test protein sequence: ...
sequence protein dna written 13 months ago by rebelCoder10

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