C, T, A, G
the four components
(nucleotides) that make up DNA, also known as the genetic code. The linear
series of nucleotides are read as triplets, that specifies the sequence of amino
acids in proteins. Each triplet specifies an amino acid, and the same codons are
used for the amino acids in almost all life-forms, an indication of the
universal nature of the code.
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