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Concentrated sulfuric acid, for its hydrophilic properties.


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Messenger ribonucleic acid. mRNA.

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They signal to stop protein synthesis and release the amino acid chain. Stop codons are important because they signal the end of synthesis. Sometimes, mRNA is longer than what is needed for the amino acids so without stop codons, synthesis would continue until the end of the strand of RNA, leaving you with an incorrect amino acid chain.

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Ribosomes are important because they are the site of protein synthesis.

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