Why is mRNA important to the cell?
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It initiates protein synthesis by carrying coded information form the DNA to the sites of protein synthesis. So without it, cells would not be able to carry out protein synthesis.
mRNA in body is the center of the Central dogma and is responsible for the synthesis of various types of protein.
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