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What is the chemical difference between mRNA and tRNA?

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  1. Tim Group Title
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    mRNA is messenger RNA while tRNA is transfer RNA

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    Transfer RNA is used to move around amino acids when constructing a polypeptide chain, while mRNA is basically the plan for a protein

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    (Messenger) mRNA (protein) carries information from DNA to the ribosone (Transfer) tRNA transfers amino acids to the mRNA molecule

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    Ref:NewWorldEncycopedia.org

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    if you need some chemical differences so that you can isolate them, you must know that mature mRNA contain a 5'cap and and a poly-A tail. and this tail is used to the isolation of mRNA

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    tRNAs present spefific regions in their sequences which tend to couple in intramolecular pairings. these pairings cause the tRNA to become a leafclover-like molecule which resembles a L if seen in the 3 dimensions of space. mRNa is instead a linear molecule wich poly(A) and cap at the endings. tRNAs also have a special small sequence at one end which is obtained by a process of splicing typical for tRNAs. after this process, the small sequence, which is the same for all tRNAs, is responsible for binding the aminoacids.

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    m RNA is a key of aminoacids means decide what kind of protein has to be made after transcription and it also behave as template strand for protein while t rna is use for transporting nitrogen base from nucleoplasm and it was ordered by m rna to bring nitrogen base acc. to template strand or in simple m RNA consist 7methylGuanisine cap in 3'end and poly A tail in 5'end and have nomal nitrogen bases while tRNA has abnormal nitrogen bases in between then so the loop is formed

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