During transcription the DNA double helix is separated into two individual strands. Each strand may serve as a template for RNA polymerase, which travels along the DNA structure in a 3' to 5' direction. As it progresses down the strand, RNA polymerase synthesizes a pre-messenger RNA strand that is complementary to the sequence on the DNA template. For example if the DNA sequence on the template was 5' ATACA 3', then the pre mRNA sequence synthesized would be 3' UAUGU 5'. (Remember, RNA synthesis utilizes the nucleotide uracil instead of thyamine).
DNA is a template for making RNA. I hope this answers your question.
A binds with T, and C binds with G. Meaning the strand of DNA produced from the template AACCT would be TTGGA.
If the nucleotide sequence is cggattacaaactcggctaggcttgtagggctattgttgcg How would i determine the sequence of bases in the complentary strand to the DNA template strand?
for apex, it's DNA provides a template for RNA polymerase.
What do you really want to ask? template DNA is a DNA you want to amplify. So you should know what you are amplifying before a PCR or you can make it by sequencing your PCR product.
The template DNA strand.
The amino acid sequence comes from an mRNA transcript which is synthesized from a DNA template. So DNA makes RNA makes proteins.
transcription:"the first step in protein synthesis, a sequence of nucleotide bases becomes exposed in an unwound region of a DNA strand. That sequence acts as a template upon which a single strand of RNA - a transcript - is synthesized from free nucleotides."The synthesis of an RNA molecule from the DNA template strand is called transcription.
5' CAGTCTACCTATTGAGTACTGTCCATGGT 3'
The template sequence would be 5' TTGATGGCT 3'. You can find any DNA template sequence by finding the complementary base pair sequence for the mrna sequence. To do this, remember that A matches with U or T (U is used in the RNA strands wheras T is used in the DNA strands) and G matches with C (and vice versa). Next just flip the 5' and 3' ends because the complementary strands are always antiparallel to each other.
The intermediate molecule formed between DNA and protein is mRNA (messenger RNA). The process in which the DNA sequence is copied to an RNA sequence is called transcription. The process in which the mRNA template is read to produce protein is called translation (protein synthesis)
AAC CT would produce TTG GA The coding strand is the DNA strand that has the same base sequence as the RNA transcript. It contains codons, and the non-coding strand has anti-codons instead.
mRNA is made by RNA polymerase, using DNA as a template.
It would have the complementary sequence to that of the DNA template strand from which it is transcribed from except that instead of Thiamine, u will have Uracil bases.
DNA is double-stranded, but only one strand serves as a template for transcription at any given time. This template strand is called the noncoding strand. The nontemplate strand is referred to as the coding strand because its sequence will be the same as that of the new RNA molecule.
the specific sequence of bases along the DNA strands
That would be a start codon.