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1. General Term: Messenger RNA
Messenger RNA mRNA (Messenger RNA) is the mediating template between DNA and proteins. The
information from a particular gene is transferred from a strand of DNA by the
construction of a complementary strand of RNA through a
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2. General Term: RNA
RNA RNA (ribonucleic acid) is an information encoded strand of nucleotides ,
similar to DNA , but with a slightly different chemical structure. There are
three main forms of RNA, each a slightly different function. mRNA
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3. Genetics Topic: Should Genes Be Patented?
edited out. It is coded
into messenger RNA by the process that reads the raw cellular
DNA. This fact leads to an interesting double-mindedness on the
part of Daniel Kevles, historian of science, and Leroy Hood, molecular
geneticist. On the one
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4. Genetics Topic: Patenting Gods Creation?
by creating messenger RNA (mRNA), Venter set his focus on mRNA.
He began making sturdier clone copies of the otherwise fragile
mRNA; and these stronger and analyzable copies he called cDNAs .
By sequencing only the cDNAs he could
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