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Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by 997GT3, Apr 8, 2007.

  1. 997GT3

    997GT3 There is no substitute. 10+ Year Member

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    here's question from the kaplan RC.

    edit: here's a different question from the kaplan RC. at the end of the blue book, there is a story on Lesch-Nyhan syndrome. Why the f is #37 E? The solutions say the answer to that is at the end of paragraph four, but I don't think it was made apparent enough that the patients' ability to experience happiness indicates a higher level of intelligence.
     
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  3. Fonz

    Fonz 7+ Year Member

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    The enzymes cleave selectively between certain amino acid residues So they do cleave at different sites when you consider a given chain of amino acids.
     

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