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Once the DNA is unzipped an enzyme runs along the DNA making a RNA copy.
After transcription we have a strand of RNA ready to be transported out of the nucleus to a ribosome
During Translation the ribosome reads the nucleotides 3 at a time and transfer RNA brings a complementary amino acid
After Translation the amino acid chain breaks off and after some modification they will fold into a specific 3-D protein
If the protein is made incorrectly by getting a incorrect amino acid or folding into a incorrect shape it cannot perform it's intended function, This is a huge problem as many crucial parts of the body are proteins.
Thank you and remember DNA to RNA and RNA to protein
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