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Peptide and genes question 10 pts?

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you study a small peptide whose entire sequence reads WHAMMY (single letter a.a. code).

1. potentially how many different DNA sequences can encode this peptide?
2. Write out two mRNA sequences for the WHAMMY peptide that differ at the largest number of positions. What percent identity are your two messages?
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