Genetic Code Table: A note on the three splittings into amino acid classes

@inproceedings{Rakocevic2009GeneticCT,
  title={Genetic Code Table: A note on the three splittings into amino acid classes},
  author={Miloje M. Rakocevic},
  year={2009}
}
This note represents the further progress in understanding the determination of the genetic code by Golden mean (Rakocevic, 1998). Three classes of amino acids that follow from this determination (the 7 "golden" amino acids, 7 of their complements, and 6 non-complements) are observed now together with two further possible splittings into 4 x 5 and 5 x 4 amino acids. 
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