Cell Biology/Genes/Gene expression - Wikibooks, open books for an open worldGene expression is the first stage of a process that decodes what the DNA holds in a cell. It is the expression of a gene that gives rise to a protein. The mRNA in prokaryotes is coupled with several ribosomes which are responsible for translating proteins. Translation is made when a new polypeptide is formed. The genetic code indeed says the order of pe polypeptides, but it doesn't give us a clue about it's tridimensional structure.
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