How DNA Makes Protein / Protein Synthesis. Starting Facts A section of DNA that codes for a polypeptide (a gene) has it´s bases in the correct order.
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A section of DNA that codes for a polypeptide (a gene) has it´s bases in the correct order.
Aa´s are in the body because we have eaten protein and after digestion, the aa´s were absorbed from the small intestine into our blood. Cells that needed them took them in.
Transcription, aa activation, translation
The order of bases in a gene is changed into a mRNA molecule
Where ? In nucleus
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