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  1. Phases of Degeneracy of the Genetic Code.Manfred Welti - 1987 - Acta Biotheoretica 36 (2):51-60.
    The universally valid genetic code is the final result of a multi-stage course of development. Degeneracy, as an important property of the genetic code, was possibly not yet present in the earliest code, first appearing at a later stage of development. Possibly this step in development is coupled with the presence of a total of four amino acid groups. Each group contains a specific number of amino acid. Amino acid groups: — hydrophobic– - weakly hydrophobic or polar but uncharged – (...)
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  • Correspondences Between Classifications and Between Classes of Entities in Molecular Genetics.Gavril Acalugaritei - 1990 - Acta Biotheoretica 38 (2):103-111.
    Certain correspondences appear between the classifications and between the classes of various entities at molecular genetic level: types of fundamental correspondences between classifications and between classes of normal entities, on the one hand, and of mutant entities on the other hand; ranks of correspondences between classifications and between classes of entities. The concept of universality of the genetic code was reformulated on the basis of the above correspondences.
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