Suppose that the following sequence is a complete prokaryotic mRNA. 5'-AUGGAGUAAGGAGGUCGAC

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Suppose that the following sequence is a complete prokaryotic mRNA. 5'-AUGGAGUAAGGAGGUCGACAUGCUAGGAUUUUGUUAGCCAUAA-3'

Give a mutated form of this sequence that is of the same length, differs in sequence by only one base, but results in a shorter polypeptide. This was the answer given:


Does the polypeptide in the mutated sequence start at the second AUG? Also, why has the beginning of the sequence been altered-UAAGGAGGU to UAAGAGGAGGU

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