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  • Making Proteins
  • By: Celia S.
  • Background of DNA
  • DNA is found inside the cell nucleus
  • DNA is a molecule found in all of your cells. These genes are recipes for proteins that make you different than anybody else. With some expectations you have 46 strands of DNA- 23 from your mom and 23 from your dad.
  • Whats used during transcription and translation
  • mRNA
  • Ribosome
  • DNA
  • The first step of making a protein is transcription. During transcription a gene on DNA is copied to make RNA. DNA is unzipped and an mRNA strand is built as a copy of a gene. After it is made, mRNA leaves the nucleus and heads to a ribosome.
  • The end result of transcription is mRNA
  • The second step of making a protein is translation. During translation the newly made RNA is used as a recipe to build protein. A ribosome reads the recipe in mRNA and attaches the amino acids in the correct order to make protein.
  • There is a place when it should stop, it reads it.
  • Ribosome
  • During both of these steps, if something goes wrong you could have mutations and problems with the formation of your body
  • problems made during these steps of making a protein
  • The DNA folds in a specific pattern, if the pattern is wrong the protein won't function right
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