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Interpreting the Language of Proteins
Proteins Have a Body Language That Depends on Post-Translational Modifications
- The cell has a language all its own, one that ultimately rests on a small alphabet of nucleotides, the iconic A, T, C, and G. Somehow, this small alphabet, in accordance with the genetic code, gives rise to a slightly larger alphabet of amino acids, the molecules that combine ...
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