Piper, John T.
jpiper at utmb.edu
Wed Mar 10 12:52:56 EST 1999
Answers to the questions:
1. Do your own work
2. Do your own work
3. Do your own work
4. Do your own work
5. Do your own work
Anyone else agree?
From: Edward van Harskamp [mailto:EF_v_Harskamp at hotmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 1999 10:07 AM
To: bioforum at net.bio.net
Subject: gene formula?
What is the general unique molecular structure formula of a gene?
What is the reason for a specific mRNA molecule(coming from a specific
gene or genes) to come to expression in a specific cel and not in a
differend? How does this work on a molecule level?
How does the translation of mRNA into a protein precisely work on a
structural molecular level?
How does the gene proces of transcription and after that translation
work on a structural molecular level?
How does the entire translation of mRNA molecule to the even-tually 3D
molecular protein structure work?
I already looked in the book called The Cell: A Molecular Approach and
other books, but it was not advanced enough to round off the study
project I am working on.
If you have an answer to this question, please, mail this answer to
EF_v_Harskamp at hotmail.com
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