• April 2nd, 2016

Week5 D1 The promise of gene therapy

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From DNA to Protein
How do we get from DNA to Protein?
Within a gene, base pairs are read in triplicate, meaning that three bases code for a single amino acid in a specific sequence. Enter the “Central Dogma” first proposed by Francis Crick. The central dogma shows genetic information flowing as follows:
This means that genetic information in double stranded DNA has to be transferred to single stranded RNA then RNA produces the protein. Sounds simple enough!
Now let’s delve in a little deeper. Simply put, we get three types of RNA that are copied from DNA:
•Transfer RNA (tRNA)
•Messenger RNA (mRNA)
•Ribosomal RNA (rRNA).

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