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Section 5: The Central Dogma, after p. 201:

Topic Name: MIT Biology Hypertextbook's "Central Dogma"
DNA is transcribed to yield RNA. RNA is then translated to yield protein. This concept describing the flow of information is referred to as the Central Dogma of molecular biology. Go to this web site to read about information transfer in a cell, RNA, and the genetic code.
What are the advantages of having RNA as an intermediate between DNA and protein?
In what three ways is RNA different from DNA?
Visit the site "MIT Biology Hypertextbook's "Central Dogma""

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