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    • #3936
      09MillerLr
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      anybody know please help

    • #42725
      canalon
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      Look up our tutorials….

    • #42836
      Question
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      Proteins are synthesised at the ribosomes i believe, messenger RNA attach to ribosomes on the endoplasmic reticulum and tRNA bring the amino acids to make the polyptides.

    • #42905

      i agree they are synthesised by mRNA in teh ribosomes

    • #43040
      Poison
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      mRNA in the ribosome???
      I thought there were rRNA in the ribosome…. 🙂

    • #43041
      MrMistery
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      It’s a funny way of saying, but i would regard it as correct, since the mRNA kinda crosses the ribosome in a protein synthesis

    • #43043
      Poison
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      But not found in the structure.

    • #43050
      MrMistery
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      No, not in the structure of the ribosome, but you have to understand a ribosome is not a whole organelle. A ribosom doesn’t exist without a mRNA attached. If there is no mRNA, there are just 2 isolated subunits.

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