The mRNA is the code that is translated into a functional protein...

The ribosome translates the passive DNA information into form and function.
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That is, the two processes, transcription and translation, are temporally and spatially separated.

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Transcription is the first step in protein synthesis. It is the process of forming a short strand of mRNA from one gene on a long DNA strand.

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When you think of transcription, think of the word "script" and associate it with letters. In this stage we are changing the script of one gene from DNA letters into RNA letters. Take a look at the diagram below showing Transcription. Study it and then read the steps below to understand it better.

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The process of polymerization of amino acids to form a polypeptide is called as Translation. It is the second and final step of protein synthesis. The order into which the amino acids are arranged is defined by the bases in mRNA (messenger). Ribosome is the cellular factory responsible for the protein synthesis. The ribosome consists of structural RNAs and about 80 different . It is in inactive stage and exists as two subunits, one large and other small. The synthesis of begins when the small subunit encounters an mRNA. The ribosome also acts as a catalyst for the formation of bonds.

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The process of copying of the genetic information from one strand of DNA into RNA is termed as transcription. This is the first step required for synthesis. Transcription is also based on the complementarity of the strand. Also, only one strand of the DNA is converted into . One transcription unit consists of 3 regions: A promoter, the Structural Gene and a Terminator. The promoter is located towards the 5’ end and defines the template and coding strand. The terminator is towards the 3’ end defining the end of transcription process. The is transcribed in 5' to 3’ direction by polymerase.

As a review of both Transcription and Translation, click through the following tutorial to see them in action:

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Translation is the assembling of protein molecules from information encoded in mRNA. It occurs at the ribosome. All three types of RNA participate in translation. When you think of "translation" think of languages - all three types of RNA help to "translate" from the base pair language in the mRNA into the amino acid language that makes up a protein.

DNA, RNA and Protein Synthesis

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This model incorporates DNA, RNA, and proteins.

DNA may replicate itself
DNA may be transcribed to RNA
RNA may be translated into proteins
RNA and DNA are NOT made from protein
DNA is NOT made from RNA

Called the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology – DNA to RNA to protein

Instead of a tRNA binding to the open A site, a release factor binds there and stops protein synthesis.

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For initiation of the translation process, the ribosome binds to the mRNA at the start codon recognized by the initiator tRNA. The ribosome then proceeds to the elongation phase of protein synthesis. During this stage, the complexes formed by amino acids are linked to tRNA, sub sequentially to bind to the appropriate codon in mRNA by forming complimentary base pairs with the tRNA anticodon. The ribosome moves from codon to codon along the mRNA. Amino acids are added one by one, translated into polypeptide sequences dictated by the DNA and represented by mRNA. At the end, release factor binds to the stop codon, thus terminating the translation stage and completing the protein synthesis process. The complete polypeptide is released from the .