1. mRNA copy of the instructions are made in the nucleus

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  • 1. mRNA copy of the instructions are made in the nucleus
    • e.g.) to make the hormone- insulin - this is known as the gene for that hormone
      • gene is on a chromosone
    • 2. mRNA leaves nucleus via nuclear pores
      • 3. Attaches to a ribosome
        • E.G A ribosome on the RER
        • 4. Ribosome reads instructions and uses coding to assemble the hormone (protein)
          • 5. Assembly protein in RER then pinched off
            • 6. Into vesicle
              • 7. Transported to Golgi Apparatus
                • 8. Golgi Apparatus packages and modifies the protein
                  • 9. Into vesicle again and moved to cell surface

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