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The modern science mainly treats the biochemical basis of sequencing in bio-macromolecules and processes in medicine and biochemistry. One can ask whether the language of biochemistry is the adequate scientific language to explain the phenomenon in that science. Is there maybe some other language, out of biochemistry, that determines how the biochemical processes will function and what the structure and organization of life systems will be? The research results provide some answers to these questions. They reveal to us that the process of sequencing in bio-macromolecules is conditioned and determined not only through biochemical, but also through cybernetic and information principles. Many studies have indicated that analysis of protein sequence codes and various sequence based prediction approaches, such as predicting drug-target interaction networks, predicting functions of proteins, analysis and prediction of the metabolic stability of proteins, predicting the network of substrate-enzyme product triads, membrane protein type prediction. protein structural class prediction, protein secondary structure prediction, enzyme family class prediction, identifying cyclin proteins, protein subcellular location prediction , among many others as summarized in a recent review , can timely provide very useful information and insights for both basic research and drug design and hence are widely welcome by science community. The present study is attempted to develop a novel sequence-based method for studying insulin in hopes that it may become a useful tool in the relevant areas. [Kuric L (2011) Molecular Biocoding of Insulin - Amino Acid Ser]
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