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Author(s)Trifonov EN
TitleGenetic sequences as product of compression by inclusive superposition of many codes
SourceMOLECULAR BIOLOGY 31 (4): 647-654
Date1997 JUL-AUG
TypeJournal : Article
LCR2   NCR: 74   LCS: 0   GCS: 0
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AddressWeizmann Inst Sci, Dept Biol Struct, IL-76100 Rehovot, Israel
AbstractApart from the classical RNA-protein translation code, the genomic DNA sequences carry many other, nontriplet codes of different nature. Those of them which are at least partly deciphered are discussed in this review in the order of their estimated occupancy in the eukaryotic genome. Each of the codes is degenerate, like the triplet code. This is the basis for their coexistence in one and the same sequence, so that the same base often (if not always) belongs to several different overlapping sequence patterns. The genomic DNA sequence is, therefore, an unusual example of natural sequence compression where, apparently, each single symbol not only is not wasted, but is also used simultaneously in many superimposed messages.
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