What do ribosomes do inside of the cell?
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Ribosomes are the sites of all protein synthesis in cells. Ribosomes bind to messenger RNA molecules and translate the sequences of bases in the mRNA into a chain of amino acids.
answered Mar 7, 2012 by anonymous

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