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The Genetic Code Degeneration I: Rules Governing the Code Degeneration and the Spatial Organization of the Codon Informative Properties.

Abstract : the present work is devoted to describe a set of rules explaining the discriminating versus non-discriminating behavior of the di-basic stages and to characterize the role of each base in determining such a behavior. Bases are analyze as dual entities characterized by its chemical type and the number of H bonds involved in the codon-anticodon interaction. A codon is characterized as an asymmetric informative entity whose global informative capacity results from the spatially organized combinatory of the 6 proper-ties assigned by the 3 bases.
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Edmundo Rofman, Melina Rapacioli, Vladimir Flores. The Genetic Code Degeneration I: Rules Governing the Code Degeneration and the Spatial Organization of the Codon Informative Properties.. [Research Report] RR-5938, INRIA. 2006. ⟨inria-00081981v2⟩

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