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DNA lives inside the nucleus and it's not allowed to leave so that it doesn't get damaged
During Transcription, the DNA unzips to make a strand of MRNA, whuch can leave the nucleus to travel to the ribosome
Translation happens in the Ribosome which is located in the Cytoplasm. The Transfer RNA reads the code of MRNA 3 letters at a time
When the Transfer RNA read the code it then find the corresponding amino acid that makes up the protein
When a mistake occurs in Transcription and Translation a mutation can happen and the protein could be made incorrectly.
This is a problem because if a mutation occurs and gets copied in the MRNA, its going to keep copying and could make the wrong amino acid that your body needs to make a protein.
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