Translation is the process followed by transcription in the synthesis of amino acids. In the process of protein synthesis mRNA molecule sequence is translated to amino acids sequence. Thus ribosome forms protein through the translated mRNA.
The information in DNA is transferred to a messenger RNA (mRNA) molecule by way of a process called transcription. During transcription, the DNA of a gene serves as a template for complementary base-pairing, and an enzyme called RNA polymerase II catalyzes the formation of a pre-mRNA molecule, which is then processed to form mature mRNA.
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