What is the process of assembling a protein from RNA called?

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The process of assembling a protein from RNA or ribonucleic acid is called translation. Ribosomes add amino acids to the end of a protein chain to complete the translation process. Genetic coding within cells help them determine how the translation process is to be completed and the result which is to be achieved. The protein sequences created in translation are quite complex and require powerful computers to successfully map and understand how they are achieved.
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Translation. This occurs in the ribosomes, and the form of RNA is usually mRNA (messenger RNA) The RNA is transcribed from the DNA in the nucleus and then travels to the ribosomes
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It's called 'translation.
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Transcription. The re-writing or transcribing of the DNA code to RNA is called transcription.
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