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Central Dogma?

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Central dogma was first proposed by Francis Crick in 1958. It is the process by which the instructions present in the DNA are converted into a functional product.

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The central dogma explains the flow of genetic information from DNA to RNA and then to protein. It suggests that DNA contains all  the necessary information which is needed to make proteins where RNA acts as a messenger. The process by which the instructions of DNA are converted into functional product...

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