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How does mRNA move?

How does mRNA move? - RNA Forum

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Default How does mRNA move?



Hi,
I know that in the translation process, it's the mRNA that gets forward , and not the ribosome. What makes mRNA get forward?
I must say, that while writting that question, it makes me wonder about a bigger question- how do molecules move in cell at all- They are all mollecules and not a living creature...
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