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Biochemistry and Modern Applications (ISSN: 2638-7735)

The Polytope of Hereditary Information the Structure, Location, Signification

Gennadiy Vladimirovich Zhizhin

Avaliable from December, 2019

Abstract

The geometry of the neighborhood of the compound of two nucleic acid helices with nitrogen bases was investigated. It is proved that this neighborhood is a cross-polytope of dimension 13 (polytope of hereditary information), in the coordinate planes of which there are complementary hydrogen bonds of nitrogenous bases. The structure of this polytope is defined, its image is given. The total incident flows from the low-dimensional elements to the higher-dimensional elements and vice versa of the hereditary information polytope are calculated equal to each other. High values of these flows indicate a high intensity of information exchange in the polytope of hereditary information that ensures the transfer of this information.


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*Corresponding author: Gennadiy Vladimirovich Zhizhin, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, St. Petersburg, Shotman Street, house 18, apartment 63, Russia 193232, Tel: +79932203662, Email: genzhizhin@gmail.com

Citation: Zhizhin VG. The polytope of hereditary information the structure, location, signification (2019) Biochem Modern Appl 2: 56-62


Keywords

Hereditary information, Nucleic acids, Polytopes, DNA sequences, Carbon cycle