codon

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codon (plural codons)

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  1. (biochemistry) A sequence of three adjacent nucleotides, which encode for a specific amino acid during protein synthesis, or translation. Three special codons, called "stop codons," signal protein synthesis to terminate.

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codon m (plural codons)

  1. (biochemistry) codon

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