Amino Acids & DNA30.07.2012
by Life Enthusiast Staff
DNA Base Pairs Combined With I Ching Bi-grams
These 20 amino acids provide the fundamental building blocks from which all human life is constructed. The entire DNA is written using a code of only 4 letters, namely T-Thymine, A-Adenine, C-Cytosine and G-Guanine. First, DNA is transcribed into long strands of Messenger RNA by using the above four letters in groups of three, and these "Triplet Codons"contain the copied code. The sequence of these triplet groups represent chains specific amino acids found in various enzymes and proteins.