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What is a codon and what does it represent?

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Codons are 3 nucleic acids together. Any 3 possible combinations, giving 64 possible combinations.

Codons code a single amino acid, and usually theres a lot in a row. This lets DNA make complex proteins that are made of many codons (amino acids) in a row.