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What is tRNA?

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tRNA stands for Translation RNA. This is a small RNA molecule that binds to the mRNA codon (sequence of 3 bases) at the ribosomes to code for amino acids. The tRNA has a complementary shape to a specific mRNA codon so a specific amino acid is coded for.

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