Central Dogma Replication, Transcription, Translation
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Molecular biology

Central Dogma – Definition, Replication, Transcription, Translation

DNA is the full genetic information that determines the nature and function that an animal has. Proteins are made by the genetic code contained in DNA. Conversion of DNA encoded data to RNA is necessary to make proteins. So, in the majority of cells, genetic information is transferred from - DNA to RNA, and then to protein. The transfer of information is controlled by three different processes that help in the transfer of genetic information as well as its transformation into a different form:

Watson and Crick Model of DNA
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Molecular biology, Genetics

Watson and Crick DNA Model

In 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick made a groundbreaking contribution to