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What RNA is used to assemble amino acids in the cytoplasm?

Question asked by: newtron16

Asked on: 10 Mar 2010

Well there is transfer RNA and messenger RNA from what I can remember at school science.

So the answer is probably one of those, though I'm not sure which - but the one that would make most sense is probably transfer RNA.

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Replied at: 11 Mar 2010
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