Authors: Deyi Wang
Base Sequencing and Dui Gua Form By: Deyi Wang Summary: The alternation of bases composes the DNA chain. When this chain is deconstructed into units at the triplet level, we can see that this chain is actually connected in the form of dui gua, or “opposing hexagrams,” as dui means “opposing” and gua means “hexagram.” Since the 1980s’ discovery that the 64 hexagrams and the 64 codons correspond perfectly, the dui gua form of sequencing in DNA chains once again proves the intimate relationship between DNA and the 64 hexagrams, thereby setting the stage for further analysis of the sequencing of the four bases.
Comments: 27 Pages. translated from Chinese
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