2.10.06 L50 - February 11, 2008 Lecture 8: Translation...

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Lecture 8: Translation Three Main Molecules: MRNA – Carries code to ribosome RRNA – Holds the factory together TRNA – The translation. TRNA Production Amino acid Ribosome: 2 rna, 55 proteins In a Nutshull: Three binding sites for Trna: E, P, and A Mrna moves to mrna biding side and the initiator rna with the right anticodon binds to the mrna in the p  section. ENERGY FROM GTP allows assembly Elongation Cycle: then ribosome shifts, releasing the protein, then the trna is released.  Continues till reaches a stop codon.  Targeting to to ER The polypeptide that is being produced by translation goes through a pore in the ER They are then released into the cisternae KNOW FIG 17.26 ! Clicker Question: TGG on non template side ACC on template side UGG in mRNA ACC anti-codon Mutations: Definition o Weird as ever inheritable changes in DNA
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2008 for the course BIO G 101 taught by Professor Gilbert,c. during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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2.10.06 L50 - February 11, 2008 Lecture 8: Translation...

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