RNA acts as the information bridge between DNA and protein

This model allows you to explore the effects of deletion, substitution, and insertion mutations on a single strand of DNA and the subsequent outcomes in related protein synthesis in cells. The model represents effects from mutations that include 1) the number of genes that are encoded in the DNA, 2) the mRNA molecules that are transcribed, and 3) the tRNA molecules that are used to transcribe the mRNA into an amino acid chain, as wells as 4) the subsequent protein that is synthesized.

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Instruction 1: You will be simulating the process of protein synthesis from DNA that occurs in every cell and the effects of mutations on the proteins that are produced.

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Instruction 3: To produce proteins, each gene in the original DNA strand must be transcribed into an mRNA molecule. Do this by pressing the 1-TRANSCRIBE button.

Transcribe the DNA to produce the mRNA copy by placing the correct bases into position to make the mRNA transcript.

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Genes start locations in DNA in this model don't use promoters to initiate transcription of a particular gene, like they do in reality. Rather, the start codon (encoded by a three letter sequence of nucleotides [ATG], when read from a particular direction), signals the start of transcription for mRNA. In reality, ATG start condons are the first codon in mRNA that is translated by ribosome. Therefore, in reality mRNA often contains additional non-translated nucleotides, before the start codon in mRNA and additional non-translated nucleotides after the stop codons in mRNA.

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In this model nucleotides are molecules, that when joined together, make up the structural units of DNA. Visually this appears as single nitrogen base (represented as a colored polygon) and 1 phosphate group (represented as a yellow circle). Only a single strand of the double stranded DNA molecule is show in this model, as the protein synthesis process starts with the doubled stranded DNA being unwound into two single strands to permit mRNA production.

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Some mutations introduce brand new genes into a strand of DNA. Some mutations remove an entire gene in a strand of DNA. Some only affect a few of the amino acids that used in protein synthesis. Others affect many. And some mutation affect the non-coding regions of DNA, resulting in no effects in the proteins produced by the cell.

A short sequence at the 5' end of the U1 snRNA is complementary to the 5' splice sites of the pre-mRNA.

mRNA consists of codons while tRNA consists of anticodons and rRNA ..

In this model, however, that complexity of additional "dangling" non-transcribed mRNA has been eliminated by setting the start codon as the site for transcription of DNA to mRNA and the stop codon as the site for ending transcription of DNA to mRNA as well.

Now that we’ve described DNA and RNA, it’s time to take a look at the process of protein synthesis

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Transcription is the process of making all of the cell's RNA molecules, not just those used in protein synthesis what are called the messenger RNAs (mRNAs).

The same nitrogen bases are used for mRNA and tRNA, as for DNA, except no [T]hymine is used

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Transcription is the process of making any RNA, whether it is mRNA, ribosomal RNA (rRNA), transfer RNA (tRNA), as well as other small RNAs (we will take up siRNAs and similar molecules later).