• anonymous
Is it possible for the step of reverse translation? And if it possible, how that pathway will be?
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  • anonymous
It isn't possible energentically,, because too much ATP energy is expended in the process of translation. Trying to make an RNA sequence from protein sequence would require recharging the amino-acyl tRNA using a ribosome to do it, and there is no way to input more energy into the forward step in order to effectively reverse, as far as I know.

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