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Biology, 08.11.2019 05:31, kayleahrayne

George beadle and edward tatum used mutant strains of neurospora to formulate the one-gene-one-enzyme hypothesis. researchers later updated this hypothesis to propose that one gene encodes one polypeptide because proteins can have multiple subunits. consider a heterotrimeric protein with all unique subunits. how many genes are required to form this protein?

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