RNA molecule that is transcribed from DNA and is used to direct the synthesis of a protein.
A chain of single-stranded ribonucleotides that codes for a specific protein. Product from DNA by transcription which serves as the information carrier for translation into proteins in the ribosomes..
molecules that direct the synthesis of proteins in the cytoplasm.
A transcript of one of the strands of DNA, it carries information (as a sequence of codons) for the synthesis of one or more proteins.
RNA molecules that encode proteins. mRNAs are transcribed from DNA templates.
the form of RNA that is translated into a protein amino acid sequence by the ribosome.
A type of RNA that reflects the exact nucleoside sequence of the genetically active DNA. mRNA carries the "message" of the DNA to the cytoplasm of cells where protein is made in amino acid sequences specified by the mRNA.
a form of RNA that copies the DNA code in the nucleus and transports it to the ribosome.
a molecule which carries genetic information to the site of protein synthesis. It specifies the order of amino acid residues.
The complementary RNA copy of DNA formed from a single-stranded DNA template during transcription that migrates from the nucleus to the cytoplasm where it is processed into a sequence carrying the information to code for a polypeptide domain.
any single-stranded RNA molecule that encodes the information necessary to synthesize a given protein.
an RNA molecule that transports the information stored in DNA out of a cell's nucleus in order to make proteins
RNA copied from a gene's DNA and carrying its instructions from the nucleus to the cytoplasm, where it directs the production of protein.
RNA transcribed from the DNA making up a gene. It transmits genetic information from the nucleus to the cytoplasm, where it directs the synthesis of proteins.
the molecule that carries the information from the DNA genetic code to areas in the cytoplasm of the cell that make proteins.
An RNA molecule that specifies the amino acid sequence of a protein. In transcription, messenger RNA molecules copy the genetic information stored in DNA. The mRNA then bring the recipes for proteins from the nucleus to ribosomes in the cytoplasm.
The transcript of a segment of chromosomal DNA which is a template for protein synthesis.
the template for protein synthesis; the form of RNA that carries information from DNA in the nucleus to the ribosome sites of protein synthesis in the cell.
An RNA molecule that is translated into a polypeptide in the process of gene expression.
RNA formed at transcription to direct protein synthesis in the cytoplasm.
Messenger RNA (mRNA) is an intermediate stage between a gene and the protein it codes for. The cell uses an mRNA template when making a protein, rather than reading the DNA code directly.
An RNA molecule that serves as an intermediate in the synthesis of protein. Messenger RNA is complementary to DNA and carries genetic information to the ribosome.
mRNA) A type of RNA that relays the genetic information from the DNA in the nucleus to ribosomes in the cytoplasm.
An RNA molecule that specifies the amino acid sequence of a protein. It is the intermediary molecule between DNA and ribosomes. mRNA takes encoded specifications from the cell's DNA and processes the message to the ribosomes which make the coded-for proteins.
An RNA molecule transcribed from DNA which contains the information to direct the synthesis of a particular protein (enzyme).
RNA that is complementary to the DNA of a gene and acts as a template to make the protein.
The RNA intermediate in protein synthesis containing a transcribed copy of the gene sequence that specifies the amino acid sequence of the polypeptide it encodes.
A type of RNA that is generated from the transcription of a gene, or template DNA. Mature mRNA has intron sequences spliced out and serves as the intermediate template from which proteins are made.
The template for protein synthesis. Each set of three bases, or codons, in mRNA orders the production of a certain protein. The structure of mRNA is the same as one strand of DNA.
A single-stranded RNA molecule that is formed by transcription and which carries the information encoded in the gene to the sites of protein synthesis on the ribosome.
A molecule of RNA whose sequence is complementary to the coding sequence of a gene. Messenger RNA is translated into protein
A type of RNA synthesized from DNA in the genetic material that attaches to ribosomes in the cytoplasm and specifies the primary structure of a protein. metabolism(meh- tab-oh-liz-um) [Gk. metabole, change] The totality of an organism's chemical processes, consisting of catabolic and anabolic pathways.
The RNA template for protein synthesis. mRNA is formed by transcription of the template DNA strand, followed by the excision of introns and the joining of exons to form mature mRNA.
Nucleic acid that carries instruction to a ribosome for the synthesis of a particular protein.
a single strand of RNA that directs protein production.
the type of RNA which codes for protein, as opposed to ribosomal RNA (rRNA) and transfer RNA (tRNA). mRNA is translated to protein by a cell's ribosomes.
RNA that is copied from a gene with the intention of being translated by ribosomes into a protein molecule.
the RNA molecule that acts as template for the synthesis of polypeptides by ribosomes.
The RNA that codes for proteins and is active in the cellular cytoplasm.
An RNA that carries the genetic code for a particular protein from the DNA in the cell's nucleus to a ribosome in the cytoplasm and acts as a template for the formation of that protein.
RNA that serves as a template for protein synthesis. See genetic code.
Ribonucleic acid that is transcribed along a given molecule of DNA; this then serves as a template for protein synthesis.
There are several classes of RNA molecules, including messenger RNA... (IOOakRidge) RNA mensageiro Os segmentos removidos da molécula do RNA mensageiro correspondem a trechos do gene chamados íntrons; os segmentos que restam se chamam exons. (POFapesp3)
An RNA molecule that serves as a template for the synthesis of a protein.
Serves as a template and carries information necessary for protein synthesis from DNA.
A complementary copy of DNA made up of RNA nucleotides, which carries the coded genetic information to the protein-producing units in the cell, called ribosomes.
a type of RNA that is synthesised from DNA in the genetic material. It attaches to ribosomes in the cytoplasm and specifies the structure of a protein.
An RNA molecule transcribed from the DNA of a gene, and from which a protein is translated by the action of ribosomes. The basic function of the nucleotide sequence of mRNA is to determine the amino acid sequence in proteins.
(mRNA) A single-stranded molecule of ribonucleic acid that directs protein production by serving as a template for protein synthesis.
mRNA. The RNA template used for protein synthesis.
strand of RNA that is translated from the genomic DNA, and leaves the cell nucleus to reach the cytoplasm where it is used as a matrix for the synthesis of a protein.
The molecule used to transmit information from a gene on DNA to a ribosome, where the information is used to make protein.
Template for protein synthesis. Each set of three bases, called a codon, specifies a certain amino acid in the sequence of amino acids that compose the protein. The sequence of a strand of mRNA is based on the sequence of a complementary strand of DNA.
Negative copy (single-stranded RNA molecule) of a gene which is used to decode the original gene by specifying the amino acid sequence of one or more polypeptide chains. The messenger RNA passes out of the nucleus and into the cytoplasm where it is latched on to by decoding particles called ribosomes.
A chain of specific ribonucleotides that codes for a specific protein; template for the assembly of amino acids into protein; in cells mRNA is transcribed from DNA, but some RNA viruses function directly as mRNA. ( 16)
The compounds which transmit genetic information from DNA to the protein-forming system of the cell.
"Blueprint" for protein synthesis that is transcribed from one strand of the DNA (gene) and which is translated at the ribosome into a polypeptide sequence. Each set of three bases, called codons, specifies a certain protein in the sequence of amino acids that comprise the protein. The sequence of a strand of mRNA is based on the sequence of a complementary strand of DNA. [ Talking Glossary
The mediating molecule between DNA and protein synthesis.
Messenger Ribonucleic Acid (mRNA) is RNA that encodes and carries information from DNA during transcription to sites of protein synthesis to undergo translation in order to yield a gene product.