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What is mRNA?

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Messenger RNA (mRNA) is a single-stranded RNA molecule responsible for carrying genetic information from the nucleus to the cytoplasm for protein synthesis by ribosomes. mRNA is transcribed in the nucleus with DNA acting as its template.

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messenger RNA is a single stranded RNA Molecule that is complementary to one of DNA strands that codes for a gene. It is located on the cytoplasm of the cell and works in transcription.

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mRNA (or messenger ribonucleic acid) is the product obtained after transcription of one strand of DNA. The mRNA is a single-stranded molecule, composed of nucleotides and contains the information necessary to the production of corresponding proteins. The mRNA is located in the cytoplasm of the cells.

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