Protein biosynthesis is the process whereby biological cells generate new
proteins; it is balanced by the loss of cellular proteins via degradation or export.
Translation, the assembly of amino acid...
Assembly of a protein molecule according to the code in a mRNA molecule? ...
Molecules carry protein assembly instructions from the nucleus to the cytoplasm?
Proteins are synthesized from mRNA templates by a process that has been ... by
three bases (a codon) in the mRNA, according to a nearly universal genetic code.
... of RNA molecules (mRNA templates, tRNAs, and rRNAs), as well as various
proteins ... Although ribosome assembly in vivo (particularly in eukaryotic cells) is
Transfer RNA (tRNA) is the key to deciphering the code words in mRNA. ... along
an mRNA molecule, catalyze the assembly of amino acids into protein chains.
In addition to the mRNA template, many molecules and macromolecules ... and
add an amino acid or terminate translation, according to the genetic code. ....
tRNA binding to the ribosome; ribosome assembly; growth of the protein chain.
Every protein of an organism is made from information contained in RNA
molecules, which are made according to a template based on a sequence of ...
Protein synthesis, or translation of mRNA into protein, occurs with the help of ...
tRNAs have a loop of unbasepaired nucleotides at one end of the molecule that
contains ... In eukaryotes, the synthesis and assembly of rRNAs occurs in the
nucleolus. ... polypeptide chain or terminate translation, according to the genetic
Several ribosomes can be attached to the same mRNA strand, this structure is
called a ... There are about 10 billion protein molecules in a mammalian cell and
.... code group (called a codon) on the strand of mRNA already in the ribosome.
In eukaryotes, rRNA synthesis and most of the assembly steps occur in a
structure ... Ribosomes translate this code using an intermediary, the messenger
RNA, which .... Transfer RNA is the molecule that interacts with the mRNA during
How the code in messenger RNA gets converted into an actual protein molecule.