Nucleotid triplets


Each nucleotide triplet of the gene is equivalent to one amino acid of the protein.

We observe that more than one codon (or triplet) can code for the same protein. There is an encoding string, which is not transcribed.

The translation corresponds to the synthesis of proteins.

In ribosomes, the consecutive assembly of amino acids occurs that is brought in by the tRNA and assembled according to the sequence of the mRNA.

Ribosomes have an inhibitor or codon-stop that cuts the protein.