In a number of clinically important viruses RNA, rather than DNA, carries the viral
genetic information. RNA also plays an important role in regulating cellular ...
RNA is important to cells because it relays information encoded in DNA to tiny
organs within the cell, called ribosomes, which produce protein according to the ...
Ribonucleic acid or RNA is a nucleic acid polymer consisting of nucleotide
monomers that plays several important roles in the processes that translate
Oct 29, 2008 ... Where does the mRNA molecule take the information? pl i need this answers,
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BACKGROUND: The blueprint for the structure and functioning of our bodies is
contained in the genetic material found in the nucleus. The genetic material ...
Nov 10, 2007 ... Trafficking of proteins and RNAs is essential for cellular function and
homeostasis. While it has long been appreciated that proteins and RNAs ...
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Biological significance of RNA editing in cells. Tang W(1), Fei Y, Page M.
Feb 10, 2010 ... Could life be possible without nucleic acids? Probably not. Learn about the
importance of nucleic acids in life, genetics, and science.
RNA plays an important role in each step in gene expression. In the first, the DNA
molecule containing a gene is transcribed into RNA. In the next step, these ...
RNA, in one form or another, touches nearly everything in a cell. RNA carries out
a broad range of functions, from translating genetic information into the ...