Making proteins

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Making proteins

1. The DNA unzips so there is now one coding strand and one strand that is not useful The DNA now resembles a ladder.

2. The mRNA duplicates the DNA (but replaces thymine with uracil) and then the mRNA leave the nucleus, outside of the nucleus ribosomes attach themselves to the mRNA

3. On the mRNA the bases are all set up in codons (or triplets). These triplets all attract…


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