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A sequence of RNA is shown below:
5, prime, start text, space, U, C, U, space, U, G, U, space, C, G, A, space, end text, 3, prime
Genetic code table. Each three-letter sequence of mRNA nucleotides corresponds to a specific amino acid, or to a stop codon. UGA, UAA, and UAG are stop codons. AUG is the codon for methionine, and is also the start codon.
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Using the codon chart, what is the sequence of amino acids that is produced when this RNA is translated?
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