BE.180:Assignment4

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Submit your one Python file to: be180hw@gmail.com.  Please do not send anything other than this file to the gmail account (all questions can be sent to spencers@mit.edu or sontag@mit.edu).  Please note that we will be posting the solutions to this assignment at 5pm on April 25, and we will not accept any homework after that time.
Submit your one Python file to: be180hw@gmail.com.  Please do not send anything other than this file to the gmail account (all questions can be sent to spencers@mit.edu or sontag@mit.edu).  Please note that we will be posting the solutions to this assignment at 5pm on April 25, and we will not accept any homework after that time.
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===Corrections to problem set===
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*The sentence on page one should read "If the first positions of all codons encoding an amino acid are the same, write that nucleotide’s letter to the mRNA string (i.e., A, C, U, G)", not (A, C, T, G)!

Revision as of 14:30, 17 April 2006

BE.180 Homework Assignment #4 - Due on Tuesday, April 25 at 5pm

Submit your one Python file to: be180hw@gmail.com. Please do not send anything other than this file to the gmail account (all questions can be sent to spencers@mit.edu or sontag@mit.edu). Please note that we will be posting the solutions to this assignment at 5pm on April 25, and we will not accept any homework after that time.

Corrections to problem set

  • The sentence on page one should read "If the first positions of all codons encoding an amino acid are the same, write that nucleotide’s letter to the mRNA string (i.e., A, C, U, G)", not (A, C, T, G)!
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