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3D Animation of DNA to RNA to Protein

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A 3D animation shows how the DNA genetic “code” leads to proteins that help us develop and function.
Keywords:
Spinal muscular atrophy, SMA, RNA, mRNA, splicing, gene, genetic, DNA, antisense, motor neuron, splice, Central dogma, transcription, translation, intron, exon, encode, read, protein, pre mRNA, trait, function, cell, nucleus
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