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  • Creating a protein
  • DNA is located in the Nucleus of a cell.  It is far too big to leave the cell.  DNA is iin the shape of a double helix and is made from four different nitrogenous bases; Cytisine, Thymine, Adenine, and Guanine.
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  • DNA is the building block for proteins. The first step for creating a protein is unzipping DNA or cutting DNA in half.
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  • When I am copied, you will see a new type of base, Uriail. Urial takes the place of Thymine in the newly made mRNA.
  • Once the DNA is unzipped, a copy of one side is made. This copy is called mRNA. After it is made, it leaves the nucleus, and is lead to a ribosome by tRNA. This process is called Transcription.
  • When the mRNA reaches the Ribosome, the protein will start being made. The Ribosome will run along the mRNA and read each of the bases.  The robodome will read the bases three at a time, each three bases are called a codon, and each codon is a recipe that codes for a certain amino acid.
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  • Very rarely does a Robosome read the mRNA falsely, though, if this does happen, a false amino acid could be made, and this would result in a mutated protein.
  • The new Protein can be used in various places in the body, and can be many different shapes and sizes.
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