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anonymous

  • one year ago

In the topic of Central Dogma, Is reverse translation possible? If possible, how it work?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    From the polypeptide chain to become the mRNA...I would like to know the step if it can reverse.. assume that there are special factors could help these process.

  2. Koikkara
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    @boataro \(\small\rm\color{blue}{Welcome~to~OpenStudy!}\) I would say that the most notable exception to the central dogma is reverse transcription, in which RNA encodes DNA. This process is used by retroviruses and transposons to parasitise the genomes of eukaryotic organisms. (...and ofcourse, it's an exceptional case). \(\small\rm\color{green}{Does ~that~help~?}\)

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