What Organelle Makes Proteins?

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There are four main organelles that are important in making proteins. Three of these are membrane-bounded, while one is not. The four organelles, in the order in which they work to make protein, are: nucleus, ribosomes, rough endoplasmic reticulum (also known as the rER), and the Golgi apparatus.
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Ribosomes are the organelles that are the main sites of protein synthesis and are, therefore, known as the miniature protein factories of the cell.
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