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I can understand your confusion but it all makes sense. The basic idea is that what we call the "antisense" strand is actually the one being transcribed. However, since that is in effect a mirror image, it is much simpler to think in terms of the sense strand. To take a very simple example: 5' ATG 3' <-- sense strand 3' TAC 5' <-- antisense strand ...


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Things can certainly vary for different ligands and different levels of cascading but these are the reactions that you may consider. Receptor activation Nuclear translocation (lets assume it is just a part of the receptor. You can assume secondary messengers; it will add an extra step) DNA-binding and Transcription activation Transcription Nuclear export ...


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Genetic code and codons are always used with reference to RNA. When talking about DNA, the the sense strand of a gene is considered its sequence. The anti-sense strand though is the template for mRNA synthesis, does not represent the gene. DNA-codon table has simply U replaced by T. Apart from a wikipedia article, I don't find the term being popularly (not ...



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