Quantitative Biology


Notes About Genetic Code, Note 2: the Relations Between Four Diversity Types of Protein Amino Acids

Authors: Miloje M. Rakocevic

This Note follows from Note 1(viXra:1612.0127, submitted on 2016-12-08 07:01:10) and it shows further distinctions and splittings within four diversity types of protein amino acids (AAs). First type as in Note 1 (G, P) and second one, also as in Note 1 (A, L; V, I). Within third type there is a chemicaly directed splitting into 4 + 2 AAs [(F, Y, H, W) + (C, M)]. Forth type consists of two halves in form of 4 + 4 AAs; four AAs with nitrogen, and four without: [(N, Q; K, R) + ( S, T, D, E)]. All these distinctions are followed through specific arithmetical regularities.

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