Determine how many amino acids are in a protein if the mRNA contains 2586 nucleotides.

mRNA (messenger RNA) or mRNA (messenger RNA) contains information about the structure of the protein and does not contain intron regions. Since the genetic code is triplet, three nucleotides encode one amino acid. Accordingly, to find out how many amino acids a protein contains, we divide the number of mRNA nucleotides by 3: 2586: 3 = 862 amino acids.

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