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Transcription starts when a gene on DNA is copied to make RNA, because DNA can't leave the nucleus.
RNA in comparison to DNA is single stranded, has uracil and is much shorter than DNA.
Unlike DNA this RNA can actually leave the nucleus to do it's job during the next step, called translation.
This RNA now is used as a recipe to build protein.
TRNA's job during translation is to bring over the correct amino acids to the ribosome when required.
The ribosome then attaches the amino acids in the right order to make a protein!
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