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Last Updated: 08 May 2022
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Translation, as pertaining to genomics, is the process where info inscribed in messenger RNA guides the enhancement of amino acids throughout protein synthesis. Translation is, perhaps, the single essential event in biology due to the fact that what protein is converted versus what isn't equated makes the distinction between your body constructing a heart versus lungs.

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