The Genesis Protein

ATG

CCC

CGC ACC CGC GCT

ACT

GTC GTC CAT TTG CCC TGC GCT
Met Pro Arg Thr Arg Ala Thr Val Val His

Leu

Pro

Cys

Ala

CAT GCC CCG CAC CTC GTT TGC TTG CTC CAT

TTG

CCT

CAT

GCC

His Ala Pro

His

Leu Val Cys Leu Leu His

Leu

Pro

His

Ala

CCG CAC TGC CGC TCA CTG TCG TCC ATT TGC

CCT

GCG

CTC

ACG

Pro His Cys Arg Ser Leu Ser Ser Ile Cys

Pro

Ala

Leu

Thr

CCC TGC GCT CGT CTT ACT CCG CCG CCC TGC

CGT

CGT

TCA

TGC

Pro

Cys

Ala

Arg

Leu

Thr

Pro

Pro

Pro

Cys

Arg

Arg

Ser

Cys

CCC GCC GTC GTT CAT GCC CCG CTG TAT TGT

TTG

CCC

TGC

GCC

Pro

Ala

Val

Val

His

Ala

Pro

Leu

Tyr

Cys

Leu

Pro

Cys

Ala

CAC CTG CTT CGT TTG TCA TGC CCC GCA CGC

TGC

TCG

TGC

CCC

His

Leu

Leu

Arg

Leu

Ser

Cys

Pro

Ala

Arg

Cys

Ser

Cys

Pro

 

The Genesis gene codes for a new protein that does not exist in nature. The table above shows the sequence of amino acids that constitutes the Genesis protein. Underneath the Genesis codons (sequence of three bases, in black) are the amino acids they code for (in red). Below is a table showing the amino acids and their abbreviations.

For more information about the Genesis protein, please click here.

 

Ala: Alanine  Cys: Cysteine  Asp: Aspartic acid  Glu: Glutamic acid
Phe: Phenylalanine  Gly: Glycine His: Histidine  Ile: Isoleucine 
Lys: Lysine Leu: Leucine  Met: Methionine Asn: Asparagine
Pro: Proline Gln: Glutamine Arg: Arginine Ser: Serine
Thr: Threonine Val: Valine Trp: Tryptophane Tyr: Tyrosisne


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