Genetics as it applies to evolution, molecular biology, and medical aspects.
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RNA differs from DNA -- one difference is U instead of T. Why then when you look at Genbank listings for mRNA sequenecs do the sequences include T, not U?
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They could do it either way. Usually, though, what was sequenced was a cDNA copy of the mRNA, so typically you report it as a DNA sequence.
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