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what is the functions of the proteins made by mRNA

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I recommend you to read this website to answer this question, it will also answer your next question. (Hint: Liver manufactures the 10 non-essential aminoacids) but there is more to it than that. But this should get you in the right direction.
*Ignore my hint it's incorrect, the liver is a major site. but all tissues can essentially manufacture non-essential aminoacids. I shouldn't answer questions in the middle of the night...
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Messenger RNA carries the genetic information for transcribing proteins from genes. mRNA interacts with ribosomes and tRNAs to polymerize amino acids. mRNA doesn't exactly help proteins but is closely associated with proteins in the ribosome and the proteins that it synthesizes.

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