What is an aminoacyl tRNA molecule called?
What is a decylated/uncharged tRNA molecule?
What is a peptidyl tRNA molecule?
Which codon is the start codon?
Which codons are stop codons?
What can the deletion or insertion of a base cause?
Why does protein synthesis take place outside the nucleus?
What is the 5' cap composed of that is added to pre-mRNA?
What adds the 5' cap to the pre-mRNA?
Why is a 5' cap added to the pre-mRNA?
How is a 3' poly-A-tail added to the pre-mRNA?
Why is a poly-A-tail added?
What is splicing of pre-mRNA?
What does alternative splicing mean?
What does the mRNA do after transcription?
What do ribosomes consist of?
What is initiation?
What is elongation?
What is termination?
Where are proteins destined for use in the cytoplasm synthesised?
Where are proteins destined for secretion out of the cell synthesised?
What is the name given to the cavities of the RER and golgi?
What mutation occurs in sickle cell anaemia?
What happens to blood cells in sickle cell anaemia?
What are the clinical consequences of sickle cell anaemia?
Where is sickle cell anaemia common?
Where can the nucleotides required for mRNA synthesis be found?
Why does alternative splicing mean that more than one protein can be synthesised from a gene?
Is the product of translation the finished protein?
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