Here is an imaginary mRNA sequence: 5’- THE BIG BOY SAW THE CAT EAT THE HOT DOG – 3’ Each 3 letter-word is equivalent to the codons in real mRNA.
What would the imaginary mRNA sequence look like if there was a deletion of two bases near the 5’ end of the mRNA? Write out the example above with the two-base deletion and 3-letter “codons” to explain your answer. Label the ends of your imaginary RNA and clearly show the mutation.
I used this: 5’- TBI GBO YSA WTH ECA TEA TTH EHO TDO G-3’. However I am not sure if writing in this form answers the question, can someone tell me whether this is correct and if not how should I change it?