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Multiple Start Codons Overview

Multiple Start Codons


A frustrating yet commonly observed phenomenon in the lab is the production of unexpected proteins. These occurrences may be explainable by multiple start codons in the mRNA strand. Codon slippage is a theory practically untouched by research, and this project aspires to shed some light on the issue.

Multiple Start Codons

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TECAN Data

The initial circuit for this project has recently been completed. The relative fluorescence of both RFP and sfGFP reporters was tested in a TECANM1000.