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The central dogma of molecular biology explains that DNA codes for RNA, which codes for proteins. DNA is the molecule of heredity that passes from parents to offspring. It contains the instructions for building RNA and proteins, which make up the structure of the body and carry out most of its functions.
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the central dogma shows that a dna strand comes from an existing dna and that this strands will then serve as a guide for the production of m-rna that will be translated into a chain of amino acids
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