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J H T A N T I C O D O N M M Y G G N A O C
C C F E A F C A D C C G C T Q N J T C E G
N K L E G B Y G I N H Q I F F C H D I K R
A K I J I L A B E F W N Q E E T H C K X U
N P L W E Y O G G Y U P L P R O U V W W E
T R F P T R R J X M W E R O S Q O A J C K
I C F Q E E K U M H L H P D A O S B U P F
B J S A L B C I I L A S P D D P V C I Q Y
O J G L H H E A A N N D G D H C M N H M O
D A A J J V D H I A Q I I Y K R P C A T U
Y X X N I J O X R X P W U D N Y I W B T J
L A C T I V A T I O N E N E R G Y L W W T
W D C G W H E L D U I B J J X I L Y A W L
C A P S K V P A C T I V E S I T E C Y S M
F T A X I V E L M H E G T N J B Q I L O I
V K J T K W Y Y N O F E U L V M O Q L I V
E X C O J A A X A N T I B I O T I C G H M
O A V C L H W G M N K G R D B N W T Y U D
F B C W A O G Y Q F L D V T V T X K O K K
F V Q R O E O M Q Q F I E F I L Y P A I S
K I G I M Q D J W V L U U G Y G N S E R C

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  • A group of amino acids that make up the region of an enzyme into which the substate fits in order to catalyse a reaction. (6, 4)
  • A normally harmless substance that causes the immune system to produce an immune response (8)
  • A protein produced by lymphocytes in response to the presense of the appropriate antigen. (8)
  • a sequence of three adjacent nucleotide on a molecule of transfer RNA that is complementary to a particular codon on a messenger RNA molecule. (9)
  • A substance produced by living organisms that can destroy or inhibit the growth of microorganisms (10)
  • Connected with the presence of free oxygen (7)
  • Energy required to bring about a reaction. it is lowered by the presence of enzymes (10, 6)
  • Movemen of a substance from a region where it is in a low concentration to a region where it is in a high concentration. (6, 9)
  • one of a number of alternative forms of a gene (6)
  • Resistance to diease resulting from the activies of an individuals own immune system (6, 8)

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