Lecture 20 - cytosine(G-U I-U I-A and I-C The thermodynamic stability of a wobble base pair is comparable to that of a Watson-Crick base pair

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The Genetic Code
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The Wobble Hypothesis: Base-Pairing Involving the Third Base of the Codon is Less Stringent.
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Base-Pairing with Inosine at the Wobble Position
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In molecular biology, a wobble base pair is a non-Watson- Crick base pairing between two nucleotides in RNA molecules. The four main wobble base pairs are guanine-uracil, inosine-uracil, inosine-adenine, and inosine-
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Unformatted text preview: cytosine (G-U, I-U, I-A and I-C). The thermodynamic stability of a wobble base pair is comparable to that of a Watson-Crick base pair. Wobble base pairs are fundamental in RNA secondary structure and are critical for the proper translation of the genetic code....
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Lecture 20 - cytosine(G-U I-U I-A and I-C The thermodynamic stability of a wobble base pair is comparable to that of a Watson-Crick base pair

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