What Is the Role of Mrna in Protein Synthesis?

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The role of messenger RNA(mRNA) in protein synthesis is to transcribe the genetic code of a DNA molecule. It is responsible for copying the code from the DNA molecule into the nucleus. This process is known as transcription.
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