gonelli Posted August 19, 2007 Share Posted August 19, 2007 When it comes to tRNA molcules involved with translation, they each will have a certain anticodon so they can put in their amino acid when the corresponding mRNA codon comes up. But how many different types of tRNA molecules would there be? Because you can say there are 64 (4 x 4 x 4), however are there ones for the 3 stop codons? So I'm guessing either 64 or 61 (i'm leaning more towards 61), but can anyone help me out here? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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