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Transcript
messenger RNA (mRNA)
An RNA molecule that transfers the coding information for protein synthesis from the chromosomes to the ribosomes. mRNA is formed from a
DNA template by transcription. It may be a copy of a single gene or of
several adjacent genes (polycistronic mRNA). On the ribosome, the sequence is converted into the programmed amino acid sequence through
translation.
1992, 64, 160
IUPAC Compendium of Chemical Terminology
2nd Edition (1997)