How are RNA and DNA used to make proteins?


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2018-01-18 12:48:11
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DNA has coded instructions for making proteins, and RNA translates the code.


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RNA and DNA are used to make proteins whereby RNA translates the genetic code of DNA to make proteins.

how are RNA and DNA used to make proteins

Yes. DNA codes for RNA, which is used to make proteins.

DNA & RNA are used in making proteins during transcription and translation reactions .

dna has coded instructions for msking proteins, rna translatres the code.

In addition to DNA, messenger RNA, ribosomal RNA, and transfer RNA are needed to make proteins.

RNA is used for transport of proteins, DNA is the blue prints for your cells and your body; or it helps make you.

DNA makes RNA, and RNA makes proteins

No,DNA and RNA are proteins.

Yes, DNA is transcribed into RNA and that RNA is used as a blueprint for proteins

DNA is used as a template to synthesize RNA which helps bring the correct amino acids to synthesize proteins.

DNA has the code to make proteins but it can't send that code to the site where the proteins are made (ribosomes) without RNA.

DNA replicates itself into RNA which makes proteins DNA> RNA>proteins

Proteins or amino acid are translated to RNA and RNA are transcripted to DNA.

DNA is used to reproduce and repair cells. I think either DNA or RNA makes proteins (I know RNA does)

A molecule that works together with DNA to make proteins is RNA

DNA is the instructions for making proteins through the medium of RNA. DNA -> RNA -> proteins The central dogma of molecular cell biology.

DNA is transcribed into RNA which is translated into proteins. Only a small percentage of DNA and RNA become proteins. Some of the time the process stops after DNA is transcribed into RNA.

The general flow and direction of Genetic Data: DNA --> RNA --> Proteins.DNA produces more DNA through replicationDNA used as template for transcription of RNARNA directs synthesis of proteins through translation

Yes; DNA makes RNA, & RNA makes polypeptides (proteins)

DNA --> RNA --> carrier proteins DNA> RNA> Proteins. Central dogma.

No, RNA is the cells' chemical messenger that carries instructions from DNA in the nucleus to the rest of the cell about when to make proteins and which ones. DNA makes RNA however the process does involve some enzymes that are proteins

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