Synthesis of a protein from amino acids as anabolic or catabolic

This universality, for example, makes the insertion of a fragment of human DNA containing a gene for the production of a given protein into the genetic material of bacteria feasible. Since bacterial transcription and translation systems work in the same way as corresponding human systems, the bacteria will begin to synthesize the human protein associated with the inserted DNA fragment. There exist industries that produce human insulin (for use by diabetics) in this way, synthesized by bacteria with modified DNA. If the genetic code were not universal, this kind of genetic manipulation would be impossible or very difficult to accomplish without new technological advancements.

Synthesis of a protein from amino acids as anabolic or catabolic

synthesis of a protein from amino acids as anabolic or catabolic

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