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Selenocysteine is encoded by the opal codon.

6 May, 2011 (13:17) | Networks, Sentence reuse | By: mj_bell

As mentioned previously, sentence reuse is common in both manual and automated annotation curation. Although our analysis is in its early stages, we have already noticed that, in most cases, sentences are only shared between clusters of proteins. In Swiss-Prot version 9 we noticed one sentence, “THE ACTIVE-SITE SELENOCYSTEINE IS ENCODED BY THE OPAL CODON, […]