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Old 06-17-2011, 12:06 AM   #1
A_Morozov
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It seems like Artemis (release 12.0) translates DNA right ro protein, skipping mRNA stage, so that what seems 2nd reading frame of one chain is actually 2nd frame of complementary one. What is it: i'm wrong, or is this a bug, or is this a feature (and what is its function, if so)?
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Annotations created in Artemis represent the coding sequences of genes. So when the gene is annotated on the forward strand this means that the coding sequence is on the forward strand and that transcription of the gene occurs by reading the gene’s template sequence. So Artemis correctly shows the translation for the coding sequences.
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