Please help me to answer the number 13.

Please help me to answer the number 13.

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  • Answer posted by: ksalmon1
    Answer:You can come up with several different answers. See my explanationExplanation:Probably easiest to first figure out which amino acids these are:Amino Acid 1 is LysineAmino Acid 2 is AlanineAmino Acid 3 is GlycineTo create two different proteins (that have 4 amino acids in each) just make up two different strings of amino acids:1. Lysine-Alanine-Glycine-Lysine2. Alanine-Lysine-Glycine-Glycine3. Glycine-Glycine-Alanine-LysineYou can just keep going. Even one change to the order will generate a new protein. Just make sure you use all 3 amino acids and make sure the order is different!

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