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anticodon

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  1. abb0t
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    I will give you the biological definition of anticodon since i have NO clue what your question even is cuz it's just a word. ANTICODON: A sequence of three adjacent nucleotides located on one end of transfer RNA. It bounds to the complementary coding triplet of nucleotides in messenger RNA during translation phase of protein synthesis. Example; the anticodon for Glycine is CCC and binds to the codon (which is GGG) of mRNA.

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