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Which of the following sequences in the coding strand of the DNA could

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Old 11-29-2011, 04:17 AM
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code for this peptide? A) 5' TTT-CCC-AA? A peptide has the sequence NH2-phe-pro-lys-gly-phe-pro-COOH. Which of the following sequences in the coding strand of the DNA could code for this peptide?
A) 5' TTT-CCC-AAA-GGG-TTT-CCC
B) 5' GGG-AAA-TTT-AAA-CCC-ACT-GGG
C) 3' AUG-AAA-GGG-TTT-CCC-AAA-GGG
D) 5' ACT-TAC-CAT-AAA-CAT-TAC-UGA
E) 3' UUU-CCC-AAA-GGG-UUU-CCC

I'm stuck between A and E as the question does mention DNA and not RNA
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and is A as (uracil(U) is not present in DNA )
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