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why ia a messenger RNA necessary for protein

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m RNA is directly copied from the DNA in the Nucleus, in order for Protein synthesis to take place the mRNA must get out of the nucleus of the cell and bind with a ribosome, which uses the mRNA as a template to build the protein from amino acids.
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