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DNA [Deoxyribonucleic Acid] 'unzips' so that each helix is broken apart. RNA is built in-between the two helixes as a copy of the gene.
The end result of Transcription is RNA [Ribonucleic Acid]. It is short, single stranded, and can fold back upon itself, unlike DNA. RNA is used in the process of Translation
Ribosomes are an organelle that read the order of RNA 3 at a time. They build a protein strand based on that order with amino acids.
tRNA bring the Amino acid to the Ribosomes
The strand of amino acid the ribosome builds is called protein
The end result of Translation is a strand of protein that folds into a certain shape. The protein is used in your body to complete a certain function.
Although Translation and Transcription occur often with little mistakes, a mistake is possible. When this happens the end result of protein is mutated. Even the smallest mistake could mess up the protein. The protein strand is created specifically to fulfill a certain body function, so if mutated, it won't be able to do its job properly which can be harmful to the body.
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