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What is the end result of translation in protein synthesis?
Hereof, what is the end result of translation?
The molecule that results from translation is protein -- or more precisely, translation produces short sequences of amino acids called peptides that get stitched together and become proteins. During translation, little protein factories called ribosomes read the messenger RNA sequences.
Beside above, what is the end result of transcription in protein synthesis? The individual nucleotides that are read off of the DNA template strand are transcribed into the nucleotides of the corresponding RNA, so the final result is a single-stranded polymer, namely the mRNA, whose nucleotides correspond exactly to the complementary nucleotides on the DNA strand with the exception that
Likewise, people ask, what happens after translation in protein synthesis?
In the process of translation, the mRNA attaches to a ribosome. Next, tRNA molecules shuttle the appropriate amino acids to the ribosome, one-by-one, coded by sequential triplet codons on the mRNA, until the protein is fully synthesized. When completed, the mRNA detaches from the ribosome, and the protein is released.
What occurs during the stage of protein synthesis called translation?
This process is called protein synthesis, and it actually consists of two processes — transcription and translation. The molecule of mRNA then leaves the nucleus and goes to a ribosome in the cytoplasm, where translation occurs. During translation, the genetic code in mRNA is read and used to make a protein.