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How many amino acids could be specified if codons consisted of two nucleotides instead of three? What problem would this present for an organism making proteins using all 20 amino acids?

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    @cwrw238 @biokid

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    @timo86m Anybody??

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    Theres an equation in statistics that you learn that I believe uses factorials pCr or something I can't remember. If you reduce it to 2 you can only have options AT TA AG GA AG AC CA and so on so forth.

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