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Central Dogma of Molecular  Genetics: DNA         DNA     Transcription     Occur in the Nucleus of the Cell RNA ( mRNA : Messenger RNA)       Translation             Occurs in the Cytoplasm of the Cell Polypeptide (Protein Chain)   Replication
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2 General Categories of Proteins: 1.  Fibrous  These proteins generally play a structural  role Example -  Elastin -  Collagen -  Keratin 2.  Globular  These proteins generally play a functional  role. Example -  Hormones        -  Enzymes        -  Antibodies        -  Pigment Proteins
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Enzymes: -   They are biological catalyst that increase the rate  of the reaction. -  All are proteins. -   They are almost always involved in a number of  chemical reactions (metabolic reactions) that occur  in a cell. -  Each enzyme (E) reacts only with a specific  molecule called a substrate (S).
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